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Step out of time at Domaine Le Castelet

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A delightful surprise awaits you down a winding lane

Leave Castres and take the winding road through the beautiful, rolling countryside to the Haut Languedoc Regional Park. At the top of the road, you’ll come across the breathtaking view across the meadow stretching all the way to the château, as it’s known locally, a manor house with an 19th-century exterior in a lush rural setting, a haven of peace and tranquillity.

Come in and see the interior, renovated in the original 18th century-style, then go for a walk along the paths we’ve redesigned. A few yards away, in the former farmhouse, whose pediment dates back to 1868, we’ve maintained the original farm style by using materials we found on-site. Then wander into the kitchen garden and see what vegetables will be on the set menu tonight for dinner.

Relax in at our charming boutique B&B or holiday cottages in the Occitanie region

After going for a run with your host, Eric, or a few laps in the pool and a spot of sunbathing, have a siesta in one of the hammocks under the three-hundred-year-old oaks, and whilst the kids are playing table tennis, we can relax and have a chat over a glass of our “Tarn-style punch” or  Gaillac or Languedoc wine.

 

Unwind and charge your batteries in the south-west of France for a romantic getaway, family holiday or break with friends.

 

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he famhouse has been renovated and is used for meetings and weddings...

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Spacious, comfortable rooms with views of either the pool or the grounds...

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Sightseeing

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Explore the historic towns and natural beauty of Tarn: visit Albi, Gaillac…

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THE MUST-SEE SIGHTS OF TARN

In Tarn, less than an hour’s drive from us, check out the main cultural and natural gems of the region such as Albi and Cordes sur Ciel.

Albi cité épiscopale - Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO - Le Castelet

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An episcopal city and UNESCO World Heritage site, Albi is a typical south-western town, where you can wander along the banks of the river Tarn and the cobbled streets.

To see

      • The Cathedrale Sainte-Cecile built up in orange brick
      • The museum Toulouse-Lautrec lodged inside The Palais de la Berbie
      • Collegiale Saint-Salvi, le Vieil Alby

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ordes sur Ciel

If you’re holidaying in Tarn and are near Albi, make sure you visit Cordes, a breathtaking town perched on an isolated hill.

A remarkable medieval town, Cordes sur Ciel is famous for its Gothic houses.