The Cadenède estate is an ideal setting to gather family and friends, to organize business seminars, sports, cultural or nature-themed workshops. Superbly located in front of Millau viaduct, the old mansion, recently renovated, can accommodate up to 25 guests in 12 custom-made rooms, 7 bathrooms, 3 hospitable drawing rooms with fireplace, a large dining room located in the old stables, several kitchens including one outdoors in the summertime, with barbecue grills next to the swimming pool, inner Renaissance-style courtyard with mullioned windows.
On the entertainment side: 46x23-ft. swimming pool, completely secured, surrounded by a slabstone beach measuring 1,945 square ft. equipped with many deckchairs; volley-ball courts; pétanque lanes; swings; 12 moutain-bikes; gym; table tennis; French or American billiards; karaoke digital piano; hi-fi music system; TV set; board games; bookshelves, etc.; all of which take place in a 6-acre park with trees, PA system and lights for your outdoor evening parties.
The rates are valid for the rental of the whole house (max. 25 guests), all expenses included (electricity, water, municipal holidaying fee, central heating, wood for the fireplace, maintenance of the garden and the swimming pool, post-rental clean-up and 4-hour clean-up in the middle of the week.
Free Wi-fi; bed linen, towels, and cloth included; beds are made just before your arrival.
Children under 3 are admitted for free. A few extra people can be accommodated beyond 25 guests, but a fee is required.
- With access for the disabled
- Animals are welcome
- Swimming pool
- Piscine 98 m² et cuisine d'été
- 12 VTT
Open: year round; swimming pool open April through October.
- 12 bedrooms
- 900 square meter
- Per week : 3500
- On weekend : 2300
- Per week : 8000
- Nearby city: Millau (4 km)
- Nearby city: Severac le château (20 km)
- Distance from Paris: more than 180 miles
- Nearby airport: Rodez (80 km), Montpellier (100 km), Toulouse (180 km)
- Nearby station: Millau (4 km), Montpellier TGV (100 km)
Romanesque chapel of Brocuéjouls, village of Peyre and its troglodytic church, Gallo-Roman site of Graufesenque, glove-making factories, Roquefort caves, outdoor sports, microlight flights over the Millau viaduct, karting race track, grottoes of Aven Armand and Dargilan, tour of the Templars’ Larzac, tours of the dolmens, tours of the vaulted fountains; Southern Aveyron is noted for its gastronomy.