Maison d’Hôtes Combettes

Gaillac wine and Pastel were exported by Gabarres from the town's port and the quays of Saint Jacques, at the foot of the house.

From this 17th-century mansion, you can recount the history of the thousand-year-old town of Gaillac. From your room, you'll have a breathtaking view of the Tarn and the Abbey of Saint Michel. During your stay, you can choose between strolling through the narrow streets of the old town or the Place du Griffoul, where local producers set up stalls on market days. This wine-growing town with its rich past is very lively from spring through to the Gaillac primeur festivities - it's the town of festivals. Gaillac is the heart of the vineyard that bears its name, one of the oldest vineyards in France, and the starting point for a number of walking (St Jacques) and tourist trails, to the Bastides that once protected the area, to meet the winegrowers who will be delighted to let you taste their wines. A Town of Art and History, its heritage echoes that of Albi and its Episcopal city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

You enter the guest house through a grand entrance, the heart of which is a Renaissance stone staircase. Built opposite the Abbey, it offers a unique view. The five bedrooms are on the third floor, each for two people, with private shower room (shower or bath) and high-quality, king-size bedding. Fridge and washing machine available.

Classement & labels

  • 3 épis/ears of corn
  • Comfort

Informations supplémentaires

Animaux acceptés : Oui

Langues parlées

  • English


  • 5 chambre(s)
  • Capacité maximale de l'hébergement : 11 personne(s)


Ouverture du 01 January 2024 au 31 December 2024


Moyens de paiement

  • Travellers Cheque



  • Terrace


  • Pets welcome