Maison Saint Jules is a beautiful old house located in the centre of Bram with sun drenched balconies for outdoor dining and relaxing with a glass of wine. When dusk has fallen the tiles on the balcony retain the heat of the day and are a lovely quiet place to relax. There is also a small private and safe garden and in one corner a hidden courtyard with a wonderful 5 person hot tub spa.
Bram is nestled in the beautiful Aude valley between Toulouse and Carcassonne just a short walk from the World Heritage Site; The Canal du Midi. Bram originated as a Roman settlement and has a fantastic museum and art gallery and we highly recommend you take a little stroll down it's pretty circular streets. . Bram is the largest example of a circulade village in Europe and at it's centre stands a beautiful church. With a wonderful market on Wednesday and Sunday mornings, this quaint town has 4 Restaurants, a Gourmet Burger Snack Bar and also a superb Takeaway Pizzeria .
Bram is located in the stunning wine producing area of the Aude. There are vineyards and fields of sunflowers during the summer and stunning snow capped Pyrennean views in the winter. We can recommend local vineyards for tours and there are many wonderful restaurants to try in the area.
Carcassonne Airport and Carcassonne are only 15 mins. Toulouse Airport is 45 mins.
Maison Saint Jules sleeps a max of 8 guests in 4 Double and 1 single rooms. There is space for 1 extra baby/child if needed.
Bedroom 1 : Double Bed (1st Floor)
Bedroom 2: Double Bed [adjacent/connecting door to bedroom 5 which has two single beds] (2nd Floor)
Bedroom 3: Double Bed (2nd Floor)
Bedroom 4: Double Bed (2nd Floor)
Bedroom 5: Two Single Beds (2nd Floor)
Travel cot for under two year old as well high chair, accessories and toys available free of charge.
Parking is available on the property or outside in the free car park.
There is a train station in Bram to go to Carcassonne, Toulouse or further afield. Taxis are available locally should you need one.
Other Things to Note
We also have a website where we host a blog and if you would like to visit you can see photos of the other half of the house. It can be found by searching for "Maison Saint Jules"