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Cycling-friendly accommodation

Chambre d’hotes (B&B)

Le Cerisier – Saint Genies de Fontedit
Charming chambre d’hôtes. Offering lovely comfortable rooms, fabulous food and a warm welcome. 4 B&B rooms and a Gite apartment. B&B rooms have tea/coffee making facilites, bathrobes & hairdryer. Fridge for guest use with mini bar located in dining room.

Clos du Magnolia– Causses-et-Veyran
Clos du Magnolia offers three charming bed and breakfast rooms. The renovated vigneron’s house, has modern amenities while retaining many of the original fixtures and fittings. There is a beautiful garden and swimming pool to enjoy.

Self Contained Accommodation

for 2 people

Le Cerisier apartment – Saint Genies de Fontedit

rue Bombecul – Magalas

The Folly – Domaine Sainte Suzanne, Puimisson

for 4 people

Deuxieme Maison  – Fontes

Clos du Magnolia – Causses-et-Veyran

La Remise – Domaine Sainte Suzanne, Puimisson

for 6+ groups and with pools

Villa Couche du Soleil – Autignac

Domaine Sainte Suzanne – Puimisson

La Maison des Vignes – Cebezan

Maison Cruzy – Cruzy

5 bedroom Holiday House – Saint Genies de Fontedit

Languedoc

For a range of holiday houses in our area from 2 people up to large groups Roquebrun Property

 

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A word from our clients

Don’t take our word for it - discover why our cycling adventurists have fallen in love with the Occitanie Region of Southern France and the VeloRoo way.

Had a great cycling experience around St Genies de Fontedit with Steve and Julia, the vendange tour I can recommend to any rider from any where. They are great hosts with plenty of local knowledge and knowledge of food and wine. The arranged accommodation was fantastic. The bikes are excellent to ride and would recommend for hiring if desired. The riding kit provided by Veloroo was excellent and all required to bring was riding shoes and pedals. For me this vendange tour was a 6 out of 5. The group dynamics (7 people)was great and made 8 new friends including Steve and Julia.Took South of France Cycling Tour in Sept 2018
I was luckily enough recently to have a few days in Noosa (glad to live on the QLD side of the boarder!). I have been there before and even taken my bike so I could explore the surrounding hinterland. However, this time I decided to take a guided tour with VeloRoo as I wanted someone who knew the area and the best bike friendly roads (rather than me trying to wing it and getting lost and not really getting the most of the time I had). I am so pleased I did. VeloRoo looked after me all the way; from our start at Noosa beach (blue sky, white sand, rolling waves – almost didn’t want to leave but glad we did) to our finish point back at my hotel. We were blessed by a magnificent warm winter morning (sorry southerners) and not much traffic getting out of Noosa and into the hills. The roads were smooth, the scenery sublime and Steve provided a running commentary of the history and interesting facts of the area we were riding through which made this more than just a ride in the hills. All the while the VeloRoo ‘support wagon’ followed us in case we needed anything. If you love to ride and are lucky enough to be in the Sunshine Coast area of Queensland, I recommend getting the Veloroo team to guide you. You could try and navigate your own way – I have done this before – however having someone know the best routes based on your riding ability and what is happening in the area was invaluable.Took Australian Sunshine Coast Hinterland Cycling Tour in Sept 2020