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Rental of 2 spacious and comfortable apartments, for your business trips or for your vacations,

per night, per week or per month.

Located on the wine route, between Gaillac and Albi

and 30 minutes from Toulouse.

Living room



Private Garden

Equipped kitchen

Fully equipped furnished apartments


Free WIFI.


Molotov TV, NETFLIX, Internet

Air conditioner

Reversible climate control

Queen size bed

For optimum comfort

Sheets and towels included

Living room

Living room with sofa bed

Equipped kitchen

Fridge, microwave grill, coffee maker, kettle, toaster and all the crockery.


Shower 90×90 & WC. Hairdryer and blowing towel dryer.


Recent renovation, Sound and thermal insulation

Private Garden

Shaded private garden not overlooked. Barbecue

Private parking

Free private parking

Our apartments

  • Charming and comfortable apartment

    Apartment of approximately 50 m2 located on the upper floor of an old house completely renovated at the end of...

  • Cozy and warm studio

    Nice, very comfortable studio of around 35 m2 located on the upper floor of an old house completely renovated at the...


Small town located in Tarn in Occitanie

With approximately 3439 inhabitants in 2020. With 473.5 inhabitants per km²,


experienced a 41.9% increase in its population compared to 1999.

Small town where life is good!

Heart of the village 5 minutes walk, all shops with 4 restaurants in the village.


Albi , prefecture of Tarn which is a department of the Occitanie region

Located in the south of France, known for its historical and cultural heritage, its gastronomy and its natural landscapes. Here are some ideas of things to do during the holidays in Tarn.


Marssac-sur-Tarn is a commune located in the department of Tarn , in the Occitanie region, in the south of France.

Located between Gaillac and Albi, it is a town bordered by Tarn, offering picturesque landscapes and places very popular with fishermen.

It displays the most dynamic demographic growth in the Tarn.

Its population jumped by 2% per year from 2015 to 2021 with 3,449 inhabitants recorded in January 2021

Like many small towns in France, Marssac-sur-Tarn features traditional architecture, with old buildings and picturesque streets.

The local architecture reflects the history and heritage of the Albigensian region.

Local associations, numerous and varied, cover areas such as sport, culture, volunteering, etc. play a very important role in community life.

In terms of shops, Marssac is particularly well equipped for a village of less than 4000 inhabitants. All areas of activity are represented there.

Pharmacy, medical offices, physiotherapists, dental office, opticians, veterinarian, laundromat and pizza distributor just opposite 16 Bis, gas station, 2 charging stations for electric cars in the village center, food stores, wine merchant, butcher's , florist, post office, ATM banks, newspaper tobacco, bakeries, hair salons, beauticians, restaurants bars, etc.

Farmers' market every Friday morning on the village square

Less than 3 km from Marssac stands the forgotten church of Carla, listed as a Historic Monument.

Tourisme Albi Cathédrale

Visit the town of Albi

Located in the southwest of France, it is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich history. Sainte-Cécile Cathedral is the largest brick building in the world.

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a masterpiece of southern Gothic architecture.

The Palais de la Berbie, formerly the residence of the bishops of Albi, now houses the Toulouse-Lautrec museum.

There you can discover the largest collection in the world of works by the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

The 11th century stone Old Bridge offers a picturesque view of the Tarn and the old town of Albi. It's a nice place to walk around and admire the scenery.

The Laperouse Museum is dedicated to presenting exhibitions on Laperouse's voyages and maritime history.

The 13th century Saint-Salvi Cloister is attached to the cathedral and today houses a school of fine arts.

The cloister gardens provide a peaceful setting in which to relax.

The Jardin National de l'Évêché offers a beautiful walk with a variety of plants and flowers. The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art presents works by artists offering a different perspective of art compared to the Toulouse-Lautrec museum.

Explore the narrow streets and picturesque squares of the old town to experience the city's charming atmosphere.

The Maison du Vieil Alby, a 15th century half-timbered house, houses an exhibition on the history of the town.

The lively Place du Vigan, surrounded by cafes and restaurants, offers a pleasant place to relax and enjoy the local atmosphere.

Vignes de Gaillac. Tourisme près d'Albi dans le Tarn près du 16 Bis gite et hotel à Marssac

The vineyards of Gaillac

The Gaillac vineyard is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in France, the Gaillac vineyard has a long history dating back to Roman times.

It is one of the oldest vineyards in France and has been recognized for the quality of its wines for centuries.

The region benefits from a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot and dry summers.

The soils vary, but we often find clay-limestone soils, ideal for growing vines. The diverse terroir contributes to the richness and variety of Gaillac wines.

Grape varieties: There is a wide variety of grape varieties, including both local and international grape varieties. Among the white grape varieties, Mauzac, Loin de l'Oeil, Muscadelle, and Sauvignon Blanc.

For reds, we can cite Braucol (or Fer Servadou), Duras, Prunelart, Syrah The Gaillac vineyard produces a wide range of wines, from dry, sweet whites to full-bodied reds and rosés. Mauzac is often used to produce sparkling wines, including the famous "Perlé" from Gaillac.

Several appellations of controlled origin including the AOC Gaillac for red, white and rosé wines, as well as the AOC Gaillac Premières Côtes for certain red wines.

The Gaillac region also hosts wine festivals and events throughout the year, providing visitors with the opportunity to taste local wines and learn about the region's wine culture.

It's a popular destination for wine lovers looking to explore authentic wines, often produced by independent winemakers in a picturesque setting.

Appart hôtel. Tourisme près d'Albi dans le Tarn près de Gaillac, à Marssac au 16Bis gîte et hôtel

The Tarn gorges

It is a spectacular set of canyons sculpted by the Tarn

They extend for approximately 53 kilometers starting near the village of Quézac and ending at the confluence with the Jonte River.

They pass through landscapes including imposing cliffs, limestone plateaus, picturesque villages and lush vegetation.

The Cévennes National Park and the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park.

The cliffs can reach up to 500 meters high, creating impressive panoramas.

They offer many opportunities for outdoor activities, hiking, canoeing, climbing, and cycling. The trails offer exceptional views, and water sports enthusiasts can enjoy the Tarn River.

There are also charming villages which have preserved their authentic character. Among them, Sainte-Énimie, classified among the “Most beautiful villages in France”.

The gorges provide a natural habitat for many species of birds, and the Caussenard plateaus are characterized by specific vegetation adapted to arid conditions.

Many visitors go there every year because of their natural beauty and the activities they offer. Boat trips, guided tours and accommodation are available for visitors wanting to explore the area. An emblematic place in the south of France, offering a unique natural and cultural experience. Whether for sporting activities or to enjoy the tranquility of the landscapes, the Tarn Gorges are a must-see destination in the region. .

Appart hôtel Tourisme près d'Albi dans le Tarn près de Gaillac et du 16Bis gîte et hôtel à Marssac

Discover the village of Cordes-sur-Ciel

Among the most beautiful villages in France, Cordes-sur-Ciel is a village perched on a hill, with cobbled streets and stone houses. You can visit local artisan shops, admire the panoramic views, and learn about the city's history at the Museum of Modern Art. Unmissable medieval city, absolutely worth discovering!
Tourisme appart hôtel près d'Albi dans le Tarn à coté de Gaillac, à Marssac au 16Bis gîte et hôtel

Enjoy outdoor activities

The Tarn is an ideal playground for outdoor enthusiasts, with hiking trails, cycle paths, golf courses, rivers and lakes for swimming and fishing, canoeing, mountain walks, Gabarre and climbing sites. To find out more, visit the website the Albi tourist office

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