Self Catering Gîte
The property offers a Chalet style apartment that sleeps four, and a relaxing Lake Cabin that sleeps two.
The water mill is almost 400 years old (1637), located at an altitude of 840 m in the Regional Natural Livradois in the French Auvergne. The mountainous area of the Forez know as the top 'Pierre sur Haute (1634 m)
Nature is at its most magnificent in the volcanic mountain ranges and wild river gorges of the Massif Central.
This is a vast and unspoiled territory which offers spectacular sightseeing and every imaginable outdoor activity, with rafting, paragliding, canoeing and hiking among the many choices. There are hundreds of churches, cháteaux and museums to nourish lovers of history, architecture and art; and good, hearty regional cooking and wonderful local wines for lovers of good living.
The Chaletfrom €350Open plan living with a cosy log burner. Extensive views across the valley from the balcony.
The Cabinfrom €300Relaxing on the terrace with a bottle of fine locally made red or white. Glamping just doesnt get better than this!
Tourers & Motorhomes€POA2 hard standing pitches suitable for Touring caravans or Motor homes are available. Over night or per week.
Take advantage of the many things to do in Auvergne and the diverse landscapes of the Puy-de-Dôme for outings as a family in the fresh air. The lakes, rivers, valleys, and volcanoes of the Chaîne des Puys range offer a multitude of activities. The natural spirit of the Auvergne is preserved in two of France's largest regional nature parks: the Auvergne Volcanoes Park and the Livradois-Forez Park.
Offering a vast variety of things to do in Auvergne. A wonderland for open-air sports enthusiasts and providing a welcome break for the family at any time of year . Check out sports including cycling, skiing, horseback riding, paragliding, canoeing-kayaking, swimming, hot air balloon flights, snowshoeing, and more.
Only the stream & bird song break the silence
Clean mountain air, lush pine forests, cascading stream, bird song
"When a person spends time in a natural area there are calming, rejuvenating and restorative benefits to be achieved"
and breath-taking vistas
Taking in the forest atmosphereThe Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku. (which literally translates to “taking in the forest atmosphere” or “forest bathing”), and refers to the process of soaking up the sights, smells and sounds of a natural setting to promote physiological and psychological health.
Spending time in natural environment has been linked to lower stress levels, improved working memory and feeling more alive, among other rejuvenating and positive attributes.