A welcome drink that we share with you is offered on arrival.
Breakfasts are included in the rental of the room and housekeeping too.
Rates, variable according to seasons and rooms, range from €114,00 to €318,00 In July and August a discount of 35% on the stay is applied from the 2nd day.
We make freely available a child bed if required. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with private bathrooms and WC.
La Jonte takes its source in the massif of Mount Aigoual in the Department of Lozère and the National Park of the Cévennes at the altitude of 1 440 meters on the commune of MEYRUEIS.After a course of 38.6 kilometers, it flows into the Tarn at the village of Rozier, at an altitude 395 meters...The river also has the particularity of having part of its underground course.
The dimension of bed in La Jonte is 140.
The source of the River Tarn is on Mont Lozère, in the north of the village of Pont-de-Montvert in Lozère, and flows into the River Garonne near Castelsarrasin, in the village of Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave in the Tarn-et-Garonne county.
In the Le Tarn bedroom, there is a 160cm-wide bed for you, and if you have someone else with you, they can occupy a 75cm-wide “tributary”.
The Causse Méjean is a vast French limestone plateau which is part of the Grands Causses. It is the highest of the Causses plateaus, with an altitude varying from 800m to 1247m at Mont Gargo.
On this “causse”, on the garden side, you will be able to rest in comfort in a 180cm bed (this can be set up as 2X90 cm beds – just contact us), and enjoy the sunsets over the Pic d’Andan mountain.
The Causse Rouge is a little French limestone plateau in the south of the Massif Central. It is one of the Grands Causses, and takes its name, the Red Causse, from the colour of its topsoil. Its altitude varies from 333m at the confluence of the Rivers Muse and Tarn, to 884m at the summit of the Pic d’Andan.
You will be facing the cliffs that dominate the River Tarn. You have the choice or resting there in the cool or in the warm, thanks to the air-conditioning. An extra single bed is available.
The Causse Noir extends over the borders of three counties: Aveyron in the west, Gard in the east, and Lozère. The Causse Noir (called “Causse negre” in the Occitan language) used to be covered with a dense forest of woodland pines. It is also said that the pine trees grew so thickly that a squirrel could go from one side of the causse to the other without touching the ground.
With its mezzanine, this bedroom can sleep 4, with a 160cm bed for 2 and 2 beds in the upper part.
Its bathroom is separated by frosted glass, to allow the most light into the room.
Les Fréjals - Chambres d'hôtes
Tel : (+33) 06 26 05 77 47 / (+33) 05 65 42 00 40