We rent our family home since July 2018.
Haven of peace nestled in a park of one hectare with two hundred years old trees.
Built by our ancestors in 1818 and completely renovated in 2015, the house offers the charm of the former ally with modern comfort and anthenticity.
Country and bucolic environment, very calm.
Ground floor: living room, study (large screen TV, DVD player, audiophile stereo), vestibule, kitchen (dishwasher, large fridge, Nespresso coffee machines and filter, microwave, toaster, juicer ...) eat, dressing room, separate toilet, laundry (washing machine, large freezer, iron and ironing board).
1st floor :
"Caroline" room: 1 double bed for 2 people, en-suite bathroom;
"Germaine" room: 2 twin beds side by side, en-suite bathroom;
"Louis" Room: 2 twin beds, en-suite shower room;
Room "Isaure": 1 double bed for 2 people, a shower room and toilet to share with the room "Aurèle et Augustin";
Room "Aurèle et Augustin": 2 twin beds, a shower room and toilets to share with the room "Isaure".
Separate toilets on the floor.
Child equipment: an umbrella bed, a high chair.
End of stay cleaning and linen (sheets, towels, tea towels) included in the rent. Only towels for outdoor use (swimming pool) will be expected as well as napkins.
The house enjoys the south view of the Pyrenees, the north facade overlooking the park of nineteenth century one hectare.
Outdoor equipment: swimming pool salt 6x12 closed unheated open from June to September, 9 sunbeds, 2 garden tables for 10 people, chairs and chairs, small tables and benches for aperitif, barbecue, swing.
Swimming pool and park are for exclusive use.
Athletes can go jogging in the park's alleys or stroll around the property.
The contemplatives will sunbathe on a deckchair by the pool, rest in the shade of the centenary trees or gather in front of the Virgin.
We are a gardener, housekeeper, housekeeper, piscinist: throughout the year, our team works to maintain the property to ensure the best services.
Our steward will welcome you upon your arrival.
Property located in the Lauragais (Occitania region), between Toulouse and Carcassonne, where numerous communication routes between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea were created over the centuries: the Via Aquitania (Roman road), the Canal du Midi (UNESCO world heritage site), the national road 113, the A61 motorway, the Castelnaudary railway station at 3 km, the Toulouse airport at 55 km, the Carcassonne airport at 45 km.
You can enjoy a cassoulet or participate in the festival of cassoulet the last week of August, visit the Cathar castles, Toulouse and the medieval city of Carcassonne (both 35 minutes), go to the market of Revel and Lake St. Ferréol, organize hikes in the Black Mountain and the Trap.
We are at your disposal for any additional questions.