La Petite Maison
La Petite Maison, a charming gîte in Raulhac, in the Cantal (4 to 6 people)
You can have an unforgettable stay at Chez Mimi – La Petite Maison, which is located in Raulhac in the heart of Auvergne, in the Cantal, in the middle of the Carladès (a region that once belonged to the Princes of Monaco).
Chez Mimi – La Petite MaisoN
4 to 6 persons
A 150 m² house
Ground floor – First floor – Garden
Independent accommodation, independent entrance, fully-equipped kitchen, very large windows for enjoying the beautiful view of the Cantal mountains, living room, sofa, washing machine, dryer, television, free Wi-Fi.
Bedroom 1 : a 180×200 bed + a mezzanine (possibility to install a 90×200 bed)
Bedroom 2 : a 180×200 bed + a mezzanine (possibility to install a 90×200 bed)
Bathroom 1 : walk-in shower
Bathroom 2 : bath
Fridge, coffee machine, kettle, microwave, kitchen utensils, hob, dishwasher
View of the garden, view of the Goul Valley, private terrace, garden furniture (one table and six chairs)
Prices from 07 August To 11 September
1 week, 6 nights (4 to 6 people) : 900 euros
Household cleaning included, bed linen and towels included
Arrival between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday
Departure between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturday
Security deposit : 450 euros to be handed in on the day of arrival
To book: fill out the form below or contact us by phone +33 7 50 59 13 33 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
La Petite Maison
activities in the area
In the area
Chez Mimi – La Petite Maison is ideally situated 30 kilometres from Aurillac and its airport (daily flights), 30 kilometres from Pierrefort, 20 kilometres from Vic-sur-Cère, 60 kilometres from Saint-Flour and 8 kilometres from Mur de Barrez (Aveyron).
The region provides many opportunities for sporting activities for those who love the great outdoors: hiking, fishing, Haute-Auvergne golf course, tennis, downhill and cross-country skiing in winter…
Whilst staying in this very pleasant house, you can complete your discovery of this traditional region by visiting historic castles, churches and picturesque villages, the Rocher de Carlat, Salers, etc., so many examples of the rich and well-preserved historical and cultural heritage of the Auvergne region.