The Domain

piscine en chambres d hotes de charme sud de france

The swimming pool

You’ve always dreamed of a nap at the edge of a pool in the countryside ….? The 11m x 5m Domaine du Buc swimming pool is located at approx. 50m from the castle, which allows you to find yourself in the countryside with a breathtaking view of the park of 10 hectares! Sunbeds are available ...
Domaine du Buc - chambre d'hôtes de charme


The foundations are much older (the original chateau was built between 1607 and 1684 by the  Teissier family of Albi). Le Buc, with its nineteenth century chateau, outbuildings and decorative pigeon tower, presents a fairly uniform  collection of buildings, where everything was arranged so that the owner and his family could leave in relative comfort, ...
Pigeonnier Tarnais - Domaine du Buc

The Pigeon Tower

A classic symbol of Tarn heritage, the pigeon tower was no doubt inspired by the regional architecture    but was given a late nineteenth century interpretation. It consists of a square tower and a roof with four sloping sections, with a pinnacle also with four sections, but much larger than traditional constructions of this type. Inside ...
Parc à l'anglaise du Domaine - Albi, Tarn

The Park

At the end of the nineteenth century Le Buc’s park was what Thouin, the landscape gardener of the period, placed in the category of  “country gardens”. The area around the château was maintained and the planting was carefully thought out, but so as to give a natural  effect, in much the same way as traditional ...
Réceptions en château dans le Tarn

Inside the chateau

Billard’s room One of the oldest rooms in the house (seventeenth century) with beautiful arched brickwork and stained glass doors with each pane representing the family’s coats of arms. Dining room Large room (50m²), seventeenth century fireplace restored at the end of the nineteenth, period furniture,  vaulted ceiling, large reception table. Central Staircase Large white ...