The Moulin de Moissac
The Moulin de Moissac was founded just after the Hundred Years War and was extended between the 17th and 19th centuries. Credit © Gillian Thornton

Our choice of hotels and restaurants to enjoy during your trip in this beautiful département

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Hôtel & Spa Le Moulin de Moissac

In the 19th century this was the largest mill in southwestern France; it first opened to hotel guests in the 1930s. Enjoy regional cuisine in the Restaurant M.1474 or, weather permitting, on its riverside terrace. Book a riverside room if you can.

Hotel du Commerce
Comfortable rooms in an excellent location at the George Hôtel. Credit © Gillian Thornton

George Hôtel, Montauban (aka Hôtel du Commerce)

Recently rebranded after a makeover, the George offers colourful décor, well-priced rooms, and a city centre location on the cathedral square, with public parking nearby.

Le Couvent de Neuviale
A convivial atmosphere in a restful location at Le Couvent de Neuviale. Credit © Gillian Thornton

Chambre d’Hôtes

Le Couvent de Neuviale, Parisot

This former convent school, restored by Belgian owners Mark and Lieve, has two double and two family rooms, a large garden with pool, and table d’hôte dinner on reservation.

Les Matins Rubis
Lap up the luxury at Les Matins Rubis where the vast estate is your playground. Credit © Gillian Thornton

Les Matins Rubis

This vast 18th-century estate between Toulouse and Agen is nestled in a setting of greenery, offering chambres d’hôtes with stunning views and absolute calm. The blazing beauty of fiery sunrises gives it its name.

A view of Moulin d’Albias across the Aveyron river. Credit © Moulin d’Albias

Moulin d’Albias

The Moulin d’Albias, between Montauban and Caussade, offers quiet lodgings with a dreamy view of the Aveyron River. The village boasts restaurants, a range of local shops and other amenities.

Bernard Bordaries’ Clos Monteils
Bernard Bordaries’ Clos Monteils is small but perfectly formed. Credit © Gillian Thornton

Le Clos Monteils, Monteils

Chef Bernard Bordaries brings years of experience from renowned French restaurants to this small restaurant near Caussade with tables in two front rooms and on the rear terrace.

Le Festin de Babette, Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val

Le Festin provides informal eating across the bridge from Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, with a riverside terrace for dining al fresco in the warmer weather. Facebook: @festindebabette

La Cave ô Delices, Montauban

Delicious and seasonal menus are served with flair by Maître Restaurateur Gilles Cadamuro in the heart of historic Montauban.

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