Le Phénix is situated in the Tarn Valley about 6km outside the medieval town of Rabastens. Toulouse is 30 minutes away offering daily flights from Paris and London and many other European destinations and Albi is 30 minutes the other way. Gaillac is only about 15 minutes away which is a beautiful town well known for its wine.
British Airways and Easy Jet fly into Toulouse from Gatwick on a daily basis, Air France from Heathrow and Fly Be from Southampton, Bristol, East Midlands and Gatwick
Carcassonne, which lies just outside the department’s southern border, and about one hour from Le Phénix, has a daily service to London Stanstead operated by Ryan Air.
All the main car hire companies operate out of Toulouse and Carcassonne Airports.
The TGV runs all over France with Toulouse having a link via Bordeaux. Trains to Rabastens run approximately every 25 minutes and we can easily come and collect you from Rabastens station.
From Toulouse: Upon leaving the airport, follow signs for Albi/Montpelier (blue) and take the A68 to Albi (you will need to pay €1.30 at the toll booth (péage), they take cards or cash) – make sure you follow all the blue signs to Albi, not the green – this will ensure you are on the autoroute! Come off at junction 7 (Rabastens and Couffouleux) and follow the signs into Rabastens.
Once you come over the river and into the town you need to turn right, direction Gaillac, and then first left which is the D2 direction Salvagnac. Continue on this road for approximately 5km and instead of turning right to Salvagnac (a continuation of the D2), turn immediately left, D28 direction Grazac. Le Phénix is the first driveway on the right after approximately 300m.