At 1.200 meters of altitude, the inn is the very last dwelling before the mountain pass of the "Pas de Peyrol", which crosses the famous "Puy Mary". This traditional auberge offering great local cuisine is situated in a beautiful historic property built from volcanic stone and offering great views across the valley from its terrace.
A sumptuous green landscape of wild and rugged ridges, elegant peaks and glaciated valleys
Exciting and dramatic walks which take you off the well trodden paths on to rocky ridges and airy summits
A rich upland flora and fauna
An important rural heritage with picturesque well preserved villages and farmsteads made up of sturdy and pretty houses.
A unique site - the largest volcano (now extinct) in western Europe
A unique walking holiday, created to experience the finest Cantal walks and landscapes