About Domaine du Beyssac
Situated in a lovely typical village, 30km south of Toulouse (South West of France), the Domaine du Beyssac is an old abbey in the grounds of a gorgeous and rustic French Chateau. Hidden at the end of a little lane boarded with trees, the property is in heavenly settings, surrounded by fields with views of the Pyrenees. Serenity and beauty best describe this place.
An incredible story
The Domaine is charged with a fascinating history. Tiles found in the walls testify of its first owner, a Roman called Gentilus Bassius who gave his name to the property and used it as his villa. In the 10th century, the property became a monastery, then an abbey in the 17th century. In the 19th century, it was converted into an agricultural farm until it was abandoned in 1965.
In 2002, Sylvie Sicamois, a therapist and Jazz singer, falls in love with the Domaine and decides to give it a life again. She has kept the spirituality of the place with environmental and sustainable renovations. The venue now holds therapeutic and spiritual events, as well as weddings.
The perfect place to celebrate love
With such sublime settings, this venue is perfect for weddings. If you are looking for a Real French Wedding in beautiful countryside, you’ve found the right place. Check 'Your Wedding' to find out more about weddings at the Domaine de Beyssac.
Fully equipped to celebrate weddings for small and large groups, our Domaine du Beyssac also has twelve bedrooms to sleep 24-30 people. Click here to find out more about our accommodation facilities.
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