La Chapelle

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The Main House

The main entrance at the side of the house, leads into the living area with sofas and TV and a wood burning stove.  The dining area and kitchen have recently been re-furbished with new cupboards and appliances – dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob and fridge/freezer.  The kitchen opens out onto a balcony offering panoramic views over the valley of the Lot.  A table and chairs mean that eating ‘al fresco’ on a warm summer evening is a must!

Steps down from the balcony lead to the paved terrasse

The accommodation comprises of:

  • A fitted kitchen with refrigerator, electric cooker, & gas hob.
  • An open plan living and dining area with dining table and chairs and comfortable armchair and sofas.
  • 1 bedroom with double bed and 1 with twin beds
  • 1 bathroom & 1 shower room, hand basin and WC.

All utilities, end of stay cleaning, bed linen, towels and pool towels are included in the price.

Grounds, pool and surrounding area

The very private 8x4m pool has a terrace with tables and chairs and of course sun beds. Footpaths meander through chestnut woods and stunning countryside for those who love to walk. You can go for miles without seeing another soul!

There is parking for 2 cars.

La Chapelle is an extremely picturesque cottage with comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests. It is built into the side of a hill at one end of the secluded hamlet of Crestes, just behind the tiny Chapel that lends the house its name. The cottage is over 200 years old, built of stone with the traditional lauze roof tiles of the region. It has been renovated sympathetically whilst retaining many original features.

There is a private pool and terrace overlooking the Lot Valley and miles of walks in the beautiful surrounding countryside.


The hilltop village of Le Fel has two very good and interesting restaurants and tennis courts about 10 minutes drive away.

The nearest towns are Entraygues-sur-Truyère (16km) and Montsalvy (10km). In both of these small towns there are banks, shops, bakers, bars and restaurants plus weekly markets, where good, reasonably priced local produce can be found. The large towns of Aurillac and Rodez are about an hour’s drive and both offer extensive shopping, culture, restaurants and activities to suit all tastes.

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