Furnished accommodation and Gîtes
in St-André-de-Najac

Le Combal

On the hillside, the gîte, swimming pool and gardens offer breathtaking panoramic views. Ideal for resting, enjoying tourism, outdoor activities and observing the stars and sunsets. Welcome.

We are a Belgian couple, Alexandra & Pascal.

We decided to leave our flat country and our roots to come and settle in Aveyron and take up a gîte.

Lovers of the region, nature, hiking and meeting people, we fell under the spell of "Combal": the house, the gîte and above all the exceptional panorama it offers.

We intend to perpetuate the atmosphere and authenticity of the place to allow you to spend friendly moments in this beautiful region of Aveyron.

“Le Combal” was an old stone barn. It was transformed with passion and lots of charm by the previous owners. They made it a lodge and a dwelling house. A real gem!!

The comfortable and spacious independent accommodation (adjoining the owners' house) can accommodate 2 to 8 people.

Ideal for family vacations or with friends.

Located in Saint-André-De-Najac (isolated but 800m from the village center), in the department of Aveyron, on the borders of Tarn, Tarn et Garonne and Lot.

Not even 10 minutes by car from Najac (one of the most beautiful villages in France). Ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities: hiking, cycling, canoeing, stargazing and sunsets.

Alexandra speaks English, Dutch and French fluently.

Welcome everyone to Combal!!

We speak: English, French, Dutch

Rankings & Labels

  • Declaration in town hall

Capacity

Total number of people: 8

Opening

Opening hours from January 01 to December 31, 2024
MondayOpen
TuesdayOpen
WednesdayOpen
ThursdayOpen
FridayOpen
SaturdayOpen
SundayOpen

Prices

PricesMin.Max.
High Season Week Rental – June, July and August
1200 €1700 €
Mid Season Weekly Rental – April, May, September and October
800 €1400 €
Low Season Week Rental – November, December, January, February and March
375 €900 €
From 1200 € / week

Address

584 route de la Severie
Le Combal
12270 St-André-de-Najac
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