2 montee de la salimonde route des quatres chateaux - Lastours
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17th character property renovated by its owner in a property planted with olive and almond trees located in the heart of the village at the foot of four medieval castles. Watered by a tributary of the Aude. 'Orbiel' which means valley planted with olive trees. Our rooms are equipped with comfortable beds size 90x200. Breakfast served on terrace overlooking the village background music of the river. For your taste buds : the well of treasure restaurant with a Michelin star two breweries. A bakery and snack food. July and August and its light once a week.
We stayed only for one night as part of a visit to Le Puits du Tresor but would have happily stayed much longer. This is a very beautiful and comfortable place to stay. The gardens and pool are amazing. Our breakfast was perfect. Our dog was made very welcome. For us a little more privacy between the toilet and the room would be a plus but would not stop us from staying again. We thank Maryse and Lahcene for their hospitality and kindness and look forward to our next visit.
York, United Kingdom
Overnight stay at La Salumonde
A warm welcome, lovely room & perfectly placed to enjoy our meal at Le Trésor du Puits.
Oklahoma City, United States
Wonderful hospitality with fantastic history
La Salimonde is a hidden gem in the Montaigne Noir. We had a lovely lunch at the Michelin Star restaurant, Les Puits du Tresor (also wonderful) located across the street. The view from our terrace was exquisite. One can look up the hill and see one of the medieval castle. The pool is absolutely inviting. Maryse fixed a lovely breakfast with fresh fruit, crêpes, tea, and coffee. The only thing is that you have to carry your luggage up a pedestrian only walk-way. I highly recommend this chambre d'hôtes, if you like interesting, unique places !
Charming and hospitable
We loved staying here. It has been one of the very best experiences of our 3 month cycling tour of France. Maryse and Lahcene are wonderfully generous and hospitable hosts and the house, chambre, pool and garden are beautiful. The little village is delightful and the small road down to it from the direction of Mazamet is quiet and spectacular. There is an excellent brasserie across the street, or, if you prefer, a one Michelin star restaurant.
Came across this quite be chance. Wonderful views and a great all round place to stay.