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We have 6 hotels in Banassac.

 
 
Les 2 Rives Hotel Banassac Star Rating 3        
La Mothe

This quaint hotel featuring red stone and neon lighting is 3 km from Du Haut Des Arbres amusement park and 5 km from Golf des Gorges du Tarn.The relaxed rooms, many overlooking a river, offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and DVD players. Upgraded rooms have terraces, and bi-level suites have loft bedrooms and living rooms.
Appartement Banassac ""Les 2 Rives"" Star Rating 2        
La Mothe

This quaint hotel featuring red stone and neon lighting is 3 km from Du Haut Des Arbres amusement park and 5 km from Golf des Gorges du Tarn.The relaxed rooms, many overlooking a river, offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and DVD players. Upgraded rooms have terraces, and bi-level suites have loft bedrooms and living rooms.
Hotel Eco Banassac Star Rating 1        
La Mothe

This contemporary budget hotel less than 1 km from the A75 autoroute is an 8-minute walk from the Musée Archéologique and 4 km from Golf des Gorges du Tarn.The straightforward rooms offer free Wi-Fi, TVs, desks and fans, plus private, shower-only bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add flat-screens.
Hotel Le Calice du Gevaudan Banassac Star Rating 2        
La Mothe (à la sortie 40 de l'A75)

Set in a mountain valley known for outdoor sports, this casual roadside hotel and restaurant is 1 km from Centre Nature O.S.C.
D'un jour a l'autre        
avenue du Lot

Offering an outdoor pool and free bikes, D'un jour à l'autre is located in Banassac. Free Wi-Fi access is available.Rooms here will provide you with a seating area.
Chateau de Salelles Star Rating 1.5        
Salleles

Château de Salelles is set in a 16th-century castle, just a 30-minute drive from Golf des Gorges du Tarn and Aubrac. The vegetarian restaurant offers dishes made from home-grown and organic ingredients.The rooms at Château de Salelles have been individually decorated and provide free WiFi access.
 
 
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Banassac is a former commune in the Lozère department in southern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune of Banassac - Canilhac.