I and my wife stayed for 3 days in part of the hotel called the Ramparts. The rooms were small but wonderfully located. We parked our car in the "Hotel Reserved" section of the parking just outside the city walls and were taken by a small van through the narrow streets of the city to the hotel for check-in. This ride was amazing and reminscent of the "Italian Job". The city is small and can be easliy walked around. There are numerous places to eat and drink within the medieval city and many of the restaurants, cafes and bars have bi-lingual staff. The city is primarily a Tourist destinantion so there are plenty of guided tours available.We thoroughly enjoyed our time here and recommend it as a "must see" for those travelling through the Languedoc area.
Even though we panicked about getting there late (we tried to call but you need to enter an extra 0 after the internation dialling code which we discovered too late), the kind owner left us details of how to get into our room. The room was relatively small but absolutely perfect for our needs. The coffee machine was a god send and the delivery of breakfast in a basket outside the room was a lovely touch. I would definitely recommend this place if you are looking for something unusual and not expecting 5 star luxury.
The house is converted from an old winery building and has the charm of old stone and wood pleasingly combined with contemporary features. Muryel and Serge are warm, friendly and helpful. Breakfast was great and Muryel provided gluten free bread for our son who has celiac disease.
sara from oregon
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Driving up we were a little surprised at the location (next to a sports field) however as soon as we walked in we were blown away with the wonderful courtyard and building itself as well as the friendly staff. Super stay, wish we had longer to enjoy the pool and garden. Dinner was AMAZING!! Wonderful, romantic stay :)
Fiona from Seattle
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This is one of the best hotels we have ever stayed in. The room was wonderful. The staff were very helpful and courteous. The restaurant was closed for dinner on Tuesday and Wednesday when we were there but we had breakfast in the hotel and that was excellent. The garden is an oasis of quiet after a day of sight-seeing. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. A truly wonderful experience and the highlight of our visit to France.
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