Thanks to the lift and private car park, people with reduced mobility have access to all parts of the building.
For both private and business functions, the Armateur can put a room lit by natural light at your disposal.
The Armateur is located just a short walk from Saint Pierre Abbey in Moissac, in the quarter once inhabited by river boatmen, between the Tarn and the Canal des Deux Mers close to the cycle path linking the Atlantic and mediterranean.

After 9 months of renovation work, this generously-proportioned 18th century residence now provides a comfortable, light-filled space whose design is timeless thanks to the omnipresence of brick.

The hôtel is intended to be a perfect stopover on the Santiago Pilgrim Ways with its 16 spacious bedrooms, for 2 to 4 people, a restaurant worthy of the home of the renowned Chasselas grape, plus a garden where a shady terrace and swimming pool offer a delightfully quiet and discreet place to relax.