The Annex of the Grande Oasis, an ecological lodge in the Tarn

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Welcome to The Great Oasis. This beautiful guest house installed in the middle of nature in the Tarn, To Grazac, promises you a romantic getaway. For a memorable stay, book The Annex, exceptional accommodation with mountain views and private spa. Enjoy your stay in this ecological cottage in the Tarn to discover Toulouse, Montauban or Albi.

Why come to the Annex of the Grande Oasis? >

The Annex of the Grande Oasis, exceptional accommodation with mountain views

The Annex of the Grande Oasis is a 35 m² apartment with a welcoming and refined atmosphere. Planned for 2 people and perfect for a romantic getaway, live the magical experience of being alone in the world in a cocoon facing nature.

In addition to comfortable accommodation, take advantage of the beautiful terrace on which a nordic bath and one barrel sauna waiting for you.

Tasty meal boards

To eat during your stay, La Grande Oasis offers you beautiful meal boards made with local products and home-cooked. Choose a charcuterie or vegetarian base (savory tarts, vegetable pancakes) which will be enhanced with a selection of cheeses and a homemade dessert.

A place dedicated to well-being and rejuvenation

Enhance your stay at La Grande Oasis d'activities conducive to relaxation to connect with your body and mind, while letting your daily worries fly away.

Philippe and Yzabelle, the owners of the guest house, welcome you in a magnificent setting to recharge your batteries in the countryside.

Book in particular for your stay:

  • Of the massages Thai, in hot oil or mixed;
  • Sessions of korean relaxation or energy healing;
  • Introductory courses of yoga, morning awakening or stress management workshops.

What to do around this ecological gite in the Tarn? >

Discover Toulouse, the Pink City

Located only 45 minutes from the famous "Pink City", La Grande Oasis offers you the opportunity to explore the riches and red brick architecture of this city. Don't miss:

  • Capitol Square. This entirely pedestrianized living space is also one of the nerve centers of the city;
  • The Basilica of Saint-Sernin. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this religious building is one of the largest of Romanesque architecture in France;
  • The quays of the Garonne. It is the place to live like a Toulousain and enjoy the most beautiful views of Toulouse, especially from the side of the Pont Neuf;
  • The City of Space near Toulouse. Exhibitions, planetarium, workshops and conferences: treat yourself to a unique immersion in space for a day.

Explore Albi, a city with a rich heritage

Just a 40-minute drive from the Grande Oasis, plan a day trip to Albi. Discover the treasures of the Tarn prefecture, in particular:

  • The Sainte-Cécile Cathedral of Albi. This religious building installed overhanging the Tarn is unique, due to its past as a military fortress. Treat yourself to a guided tour to understand the history of this amazing place, which is also one of the most visited cathedrals in France;
  • The banks of the Tarn. Fitted out with several safe cycling routes, take the time to explore the surroundings of Albi and in particular the charming villages along the way;
  • The Academy of Miniatures, an unusual visit to Albi which presents the work of Annie Jaurès. Discover a fine selection of 1/7 scale reconstructions of rooms with their furniture, streets and other surprises. Take advantage of the on-site tea room to taste a pastry and complete your visit with a stroll in the pretty flower garden;
  • The Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, painter from Albi. Nearly 1,000 works by the artist are exhibited there along with other sculptures by Rodin or Maillol.

Book the Annex of the Grande Oasis and treat yourself to a memorable stay in this ecological cottage in the Tarn.