The Les Gris Bed & Breakfast is an idyllic and fully renovated farmhouse in a quiet hamlet, seven kilometres from the centre of the bastide town of Villefranche-de-Rouergue. Les Gris was lovingly renovated by Kim and Len Grey over seven years. As your current hosts, Mishe Schemmann and Jörg Lorenz will do our utmost to continue to warrant the outstanding customer reviews earned over the last few years.
We have two rooms to rent in the historic “pigeonnier”, dating back to 1790 with a shared luxurious bathroom. Ideal for singles, a couple, two couples who know each other well enough to share a bathroom, or a family with children.
You can use our sun terrace, free private gated parking, free WiFi, barbeque facilities, and a gorgeous garden full of trees and sitting areas. With garden views, the rooms feature parquet floors, bathroom with shower, hair dryer and towels. The whole house is very bright. Linens provided.
We have three lovely dogs – who are not allowed at any time to enter the bed & breakfast rooms. Although we love animals, we have decided that our two rooms are animal and smoking free spaces.
The nearest airports are Rodez Airport (40 minute drive) or Toulouse (90 minute drive). Car rentals are available at both airports and pick-ups can be arranged. The nearest train station is Villefranche de Rouergue Main Station.
At Les Gris Bed & Breakfast you have found a unique home-away-from-home – for two nights or two weeks.
A green mosaic of gorges and valleys, mountains and rivers. Historic villages. Lively street markets. Curvy roads. Buttery croissants. Roquefort cheese. Festivals and celebrations.
A region in Southern France filled with the „Plus Beaux Villages de France“ (the most beautiful villages in France). If you are looking for everything people love about France without the crowds, the Aveyron is for you. That includes rivers, mountains and hills for hiking, rafting, canyoning, motorcycle tours, biking and more.
We would love to find out more about your interests and can suggest local excursions or help book activities. For a good overview of things to do, we recommend the Aveyron tourism site: https://www.tourisme-aveyron.com
Look out for our blog, coming out in July 2022.