The hotel, housed in a former 18th century mill, on the bank of the Tarn river is a listed building standing in the cultural and commercial heart of Albi. It is located near the stately Sainte Cécile cathedral, which is the largest brick building in the world.
With its wonderful view over one of the finest landscapes in France, our restaurant serves local cuisine for your lunches as well as candle lit dinners. In summer, you are welcome to eat on our terrace. It is advisory to book.
The 56 air-conditioned rooms in this hotel were refurbished in 2002 and are all unique in style. Within the original brick walls the interior décor is warm and elegant, with furniture that has been designed and sourced locally
La Vermicellerie is available for seminars, meetings and banquets. We are willing to adapt to your needs, desires and budget.