1847 stone house in Aveyron

Entire home hosted by Diane Et Lucien

  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Our house is ideal for spending a few days with family, friends, for a break after work, in Upper Segala. It is located in the center of the village close to all amenities (bakery, pastry, butcher, florist, early bird, restaurant, cinema)
The neighborhood is quiet, not overlooked, a ball court is located at the foot of the house. The Church of Saint Martial (11th century), classified as a Historic Monument, the lake, the arboretum will be part of your environment

The space
The house formerly dating back to 1874 was a stable where hay on the upper floor and cows on the ground floor coexisted.
Today renovated, it continues to host lovers of this village and Upper Segala.

You will have at your disposal all the comforts of the 21st century (Washing machine, hair dryer, vacuum cleaner, coffee maker, microwave, oven, refrigerator, hob, toaster, hood, flat screen TV, access to TNT channels,...).
And even little bonuses like boules de pétanque, ready to roll on the ground in front of the garage.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed, 1 single bed

What this place offers

Lake access
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Washing machine
Bath
Patio or balcony
Children’s books and toys
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Where you’ll be

Rieupeyroux, Occitanie, France

Our neighborhood is unique, it is located at the foot of the church of Saint Martial of the eleventh century, classified as Historic Monuments

Shortly before the year one thousand, Ischanfrède, born in Peyroles, had married Rixendis, Meudou's heiress, and thus owned considerable property. He came to live in Meudou. In 1009, he went on a pilgrimage with the pious Rixendis to visit the church of St Martial in Limoges. (St Martial was then in veneration in Rieupeyroux). Ischanfrède stayed 4 days in Limoges giving all his time to prayer before Blessed Martial. Upon his return, touched by the grace of God, and filled with admiration by the discipline of the monks, he donated to the monastery all his Modulant possessions in case his son Deusdet died without a legitimate lineage. The Preparation of this project between Ischanfrède and Abbé Gaufredus de St Martial de Limoges is between 1009 and 1018. Ischanfrède and his wife returned to their land in Meudou, but he fell ill and felt his imminent end, and wrote the donation agreement that his wife and son signed. Ischanfrède died and was buried in the church of Meudou. Deusdet and Rixendis attended the ceremony. Then, eight days later, Deusdet was killed and buried with his father. From then on, nothing stood in the way of fulfilling Ischanfrède's promise. The takeover of the given land, where the future church was to be located, took place between 1025 and 1031. The location chosen was exactly that occupied by the current church.

The village was once surrounded by ramparts. The enclosure surrounded the houses grouped around the Benedictine monastery of St Martial de Limoges founded in 1031. Although completely destroyed, it is still perfectly identifiable. It affects the shape of an irregular rectangle, the major axis of which is oriented east-west. The walled town had five access gates, most of which were topped by a tower projecting from the courtyards. It was at the western end, at the bottom of the slope, that the monastery was located, with only the fortified church and a section of perimeter wall remaining. The church had a crown of 14th century machicoulis still visible with archeries of the same time. In the event of a siege, the religious building served as a refuge for the population. In the second half of the 18th century, the crenellation and parapet raised above the arches, the courtyard around the building were demolished as well as the walls of the bastide.

Hosted by Diane Et Lucien

  1. Joined in April 2017
  • 21 Reviews
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Nous sommes des Aveyronnais qui aimons notre région et nous essayons de la faire partager à partir de chez nous Rieupeyroux.

During your stay

Throughout your stay, I will be available to help and inform you.
For a weekend, I can offer to arrive on Friday evening around 7pm, and a departure on Sunday around 10am, if the house was not rented during the same week (2 nights, €90).
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  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 14:00 - 16:00
Check out: 10:00
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Smoke alarm
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £169

Cancellation policy