LUCILE PINON and her daughter welcome you to their beautiful 17th century mansion which belonged to de Combettes Labourélie family. Lovers of old architecture will be charmed by the Renaissance staircase which leads to five tastefully decorated bedrooms overlooking the Tarn, the abbey church of Saint-Michel and the old city.
Our guest houses is situated in front of the Abbey Saint Michel, on the banks of the Tarn in the old city of Gaillac.
The house, with its old covered terrace and wooden balustrade opens onto a lovely balcony garden.
Next to the Abbey Church, you will find the Gaillac wine center and tourist information office, both nestling within the walks of the old convent.
To the left of the house lies the Place Griffoul with its 14 th century fountain and a fine selection of shops and restaurants.
There are four bedrooms each with bath or shower and w.c, together wich a very comfortable suite.
- 50 euros per night (1 pers)
- 65 euros per night (2 pers)
- 80 euros per night (suite) Breakfast is included
We have at your disposal a twin room.
These have been decorated by your hostess in the Napoleon III style and include a television lounge.
In summer breakfast is served on the covered terrace overlooking the church of saint Michel, the old Gaillac mansions and the Tarn.
We do not make « table d’hôtes ». But there are many possibilities of restaurants in the center of Gaillac and in the surroundings. The pallet is wide: gastronomy, fast food and home cooking. We shall recommend to you according to your wishes.
- Rarely closed
- Free Wi-Fi internet access
- Pets are accepted
- English spoken
Gaillac traces its roots to Roman times.
It become wealthy in the 16th Century thanks to th pastel. Our house belonged to the de Combettes Labourélie family who administred the city.
During the revolution, the Committee of Public Safety was based here. In the 19th century the house was bought by Philadelphe Thomas, well known naturalis, who left his collections to the city of Gaillac and its museum. The house has welcomed guests since 1991.
In Gaillac and Albi (classed to UNESCO since 2010), You will be charmed by red brick buildings and tiled roofs reminiscent of Tuscany.
This area will surprise you. You will succumb to the beauty of its little fortified villages (Puicelsi, Cordes-sur-ciel, Lisle-sur-Tarn, Castelnau- de- Montmirail, Salvagnac,…), the diversity of its landscapes, its vineyards.
Gaillac has a terrific, lively market on Friday.
Walk, golf, pilgrim way to St. James of Compostela, cycling
Reservations an be made by telephone, fax, e-mail or post.
Tel : +33 5 63 57 61 48
Fax : +33 9 72 37 65 11
From the city center, you will find us easily by taking the direction of LAVAUR. You will arrive on the place Saint Michel.
From the motorway A 68 exit at junction 9 and take Montauban direction . Leave this road at the Gaillac ST Michel turnoff. Turn right at the junction and the road leads directly to Place St Michel (1km) just over the Tarn bridge.
You can easily park in the square.