Chambres d'hôtes, gorges de la Dourbie
Just over the bridge, you will find yourself in the middle of an impressive nowhere
In a former Roman priory, 5 rustic but stylish rooms have been renovated. Outside, an authentic bread oven is awaiting for your barbecue. You will wake up in a king-size bed while the bell of the 10th century chapel is ringing. You’ll enjoy loafing around by the Dourbie river, and for the bravest, there are many hiking possibilities.
The river, the Dourbie, flows at the foot of the hamlet. With its source at Mont Aigoual, the highest point of the Cévennes, it is one of the best first category rivers in France (therefore for trout fishing). The private course of the Hermitage Saint Pierre, extends over nearly a kilometer of banks. Wide and clear, it is ideal for artificial fly fishing. The trout population is exceptional. In addition, it is a pleasant place to swim in the summer!

For a warmer water, our heated pool, which is heated from April to October and overflows, is there. The terraces have recently been renovated.

Chambres d'hôtes, piscine vue sur la Chapelle
La Dourbie, parcours privé de pêche no kill
Coin salon de la chambre d'hôte Le Pailler, à Nant
Virtual visit Google street of Hermitage Saint Pierre in Nant
Summer flight above Hermitage Saint Pierre
In case of flooding, the Hermitage St Pierre is cut off from the rest of the world! You may extend your stay while waiting for floodwaters to recede (the 11th night is generously complimentary!) Otherwise a path towards the ‘Causse Noir’ will allow you to escape back to civilisation…
Arrivée à l’Hermitage Saint Pierre par notre passerelle.
Arrival through a submersible bridge
The Hermitage Saint Pierre in the Dourbie valley. On the opposite hill, a trail leads to the famous Larzac plateau.
L’Hermitage St Pierre dans la vallée de la Dourbie. Vue du versant opposé, sur le chemin d’accès au plateau du Larzac.
La Dourbie, parcours privé de pêche no kill
The Dourbie river à l’Hermitage Saint Pierre, its no-kill private fishing area. Catch and release please!
The roman chapel « Saint Pierre de Revens » after restauration by the former land-lords Hubert and Madeleine MACQ
Notre chapelle romane de Xeme siècle, Saint Pierre de Revens
Vue extérieure de la chapelle
Exterior view of the chapel
The Chapel in front of the Larzac
La Chapelle devant le Larzac
Sculpture sous l’érable
Sculpture under the maple tree

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