You can walk to shops from this charming property with its beautiful and peaceful outlook on an enclosed park. There is stunning landscape all around you and a large concentration of 'Plus Beaux Villages de France' close by.
Located in a stunning and unspoilt part of the southwest, in the northern Aveyron close to the Lot Valley, this charming 13th century château was restored in the 19th century and totallly refurbished in recent years. It was originally built by Raymond VI, count of Toulouse to protect the area from Simon de Montfort. It is located at the heart of the quiet village of Viviez which has a bakery, a grocer and basic services.
There are many lovely places to discover nearby. Conques (27km) and Belcastel (32km) are particularly impressive medieval villages. Villefranche-sur-Rouergue (40km) is a beautiful town well worth discovering, as is Figeac (24km) in the Lot. Night markets and festivals abound in the summer. The impressive viaduct at Millau is just one hour away to the south.
Horse riding is possible at Asprières (11km). There are swimming, fishing, canoeing and kayaking on the rivers Lot and Aveyron within a few km. Swimming and water sports are also possible on the many leisure lakes in the area, at Privezac (20km), Tolerme (44km) and Pareloup (73km). There is a 9 hole golf course at Villefranche-de-Rouergue (40km) and an 18 hole golf course at Onet-le-Château (44km).
Living room, library, dining room, kitchen, sitting room with billiards, 3 bathrooms with separate shower and wc, 2 bathrooms with wc, 1 shower room with wc, 2 separate wcs, 5 double bedrooms (3 can be make up as twins), 1 twin bedroom, 3 additional single beds available as well as a child's bed (up to 6 years)
Washing machine, dishwasher, dryer, bed linen/bathroom towels included, cot (linen provided), highchair, no telephone, WiFi, satellite TV, DVD, CD, billiards, piano, barbecue, table tennis, swings