Happiness is in the Aubrac!

Our charming guest house in the heart of the Boralde Valley of Saint Chély allows you to discover the magic of Aubrac on horseback in 3 departments: Lozère, Aveyron and Cantal. Huge basaltic plateau of medium mountains (between 1000 and 1500 m of altitude), it offers a variety of landscapes each more spectacular than the other. Michel Bras, formerly a Michelin-starred chef in Laguiole, describes Aubrac as follows: "A natural fortress, a desert. The sky, the mineral, the plant, here everything takes you back to the essential. ”

Villages autour d'Aubrac

The villages of Aubrac

Already from our guest house, you can discover on foot the village of Saint Chély d'Aubrac at an altitude of 820 m which houses a beautiful architectural heritage from the 14th century to the present day such as the Pont des Pèlerins (classified Cultural Property World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO), the church with its double stands and its altarpiece from the 14th, the wash houses, the half-timbered houses.

plateau de l'Aubrac automne à la Domerie


This village is famous all over the world for its knives, cheese and gastronomic representatives such as the Suquet des Bras restaurant! In the heart of Laguiole, you can visit several forges that are the pride of the region and buy a knife as a souvenir, symbol of the Aveyron.

On the Place du Foirail, you can admire the Taureau de Laguiole, an imposing bronze statue of Georges Guyot which immortalizes the Aubrac breed well known for its elegance with its fawn coat, its horns in the shape of a lyre and its eyes highlighted in black, as make-up!

The activities

The Aubrac is a land of hiking and offers an infinite intertwining of paths and trails that allow you to travel the Aubrac on foot, on horseback or by bike. You can tour the Aubrac Mountains starting from Saint Chély d'Aubrac and discover first a hilly and green landscape then a more austere granite area with a little Mongolian air! Another great classic is the Compostela trail (GR65) which leads from Aubrac to Conques.

At the end of May, you can take part in the traditional festival of transhumance, which gives the departure of the herds of cows to the Aubrac plateau. On this occasion, you will be able to watch the show of the passage of flocks adorned with flowers, feathers and ribbons and enjoy the numerous animations.

From May to October, you can go to the buron de Camejane, the only buron in Aubrac where cheese is still made the old-fashioned way. There, you can buy tomatoes and cheese from Laguiole.

Because we love it so we give you advice

Your well-being is so important to us that we thought: we will give them our favorite addresses, so that our customers can enjoy them.

So follow the guide, this is the tour.

La Chaldette SPA

A crazy desire to have you pamper, massage, make a real break with the routine of your daily life? Don't look for that's where you have to go.


Not only does Fred have gold in his fingers, but he will also make you shoes for life, worthy of the biggest names of footwear makers.

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La Forge de Laguiole

An iconic forge, whose building is the first thing you see when you arrive from Aubrac.

Twelve the distillery

Visiting a distillery? But this isn't Scotland! And yet you will be surprised at the magnificent work that we managed to do these 12 friends, like the 12 apostles... whisky.

(but also thanks to the remarkable work of the master distiller !!!)

Where do we eat?

If there is one thing that should not be neglected in our lands, it is food! We love good food and spend time at the table! It is the

social network of the Aveyron region (with drinks at bar counters). so put your towels around your neck, grab your cutleryand enjoy !

Le Suquet - Bras

It used to be 3 stars in the Michelin guide, and is the place for lovers of haute cuisine.

Le Mejane

to Espalion

Here again a very good gastronomic table. Each plate is a work of art made with local products.

Hôtel Remise

in Saint-Urcize

A table that is simpler than the previous ones but that does not have to envy the others both for its quality and its simplicity.

Buron de Cap Combattut

to Marchastel

Traditional Buron lost in the landscapes as far as the eye can see, you will eat typical and traditional dishes of the region.

Finally, to go home with a little of us...

Maison Conquet

As it is a land of generous culture and pride in what it can offer, it seemed normal to us that you be given the address where excellence and quality are the keywords of this house. Finishing your stay on the set without going through this butcher's shop would be an unnamed regret on the way back.