Le Barry du Grand Chemin
Martine and Guy give you a hearty welcome for a quiet stay !
LE BARRY DU GRAND CHEMIN, previously a farm of which the oldest part, a vaulted room from the 17th century is very well preserved.
It's where breakfast and dinner are served.
You'll enjoy a restful and pleasant stay in this typical house, where restfulness and authenticity will seduce you.
The five rooms, all of them at ground level, are accessible through the garden. In this garden you can laze away in the shadow of the gallery or in the sun, enjoy a good moment of relaxation and rest.
The five rooms, all of them located at ground level and alongside the garden are protected from the sun (and possible bad weather) by a covered gallery.
The all have their independent entrance, are equipped with central heating, private and modern restrooms (shower, washbasin and toilet).
During the warm days, garden furniture is at your disposal.
We also invite you to share our evening meal.
We use only fresh and seasonal produce. You'll enjoy the cooking of Guy, a self-educated and enthusiastic chef. Local culinary specialities, lamb and beef grilled in the fireplace, home made pastry and marmalade, etc... All of this in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.
The plateau (Causse) of the Larzac is a region of magnificent natural sites. The plateau is about 1000 km2 with an altitude from 600 to 900 m, influenced by a Mediterranean and mountainous climate.
It's the world of calcareous soil, cut by deep valleys and canyons, with strange landscapes formed by the erosion of wind and rain. This stone dissolution has created caves, natural wells, subterranean rivers, ruinous rocks, but also 'dolines' or 'lavognes', real excavations of good cultivation land or containing water and used as drinking reservoirs for flocks.
It's an area of magnificent retirement, unique in France, for the happiness of the eyes : a paradise for hikers and a symbol for ecologists.
Despite of a difficult climate, different ethnic groups have settled, suffering during the centuries the unavoidable invasions and destructive wars or religions. Roman roads, menhirs and dolmens, cities built by the templar knights are the witnesses of this glorious past.
||88 Faubourg Saint Martin
34520 LE CAYLAR
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This page was last updated: 08 August 2011