Camellas Lloret, Languedoc-Roussillon
|4, Rue de l'Angle, 11290, Montréal, Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon, FRANCE.|
Description: Camellas LloretCamellas Lloret offers 4 spacious rooms, all with private bath, featuring original architectural details, marble fireplaces, and furnishings that blend local vintage finds with modern design, as well as a rustic garden apartment that used to serve as the woodshop.
A beautiful walled garden, terrace, and conservatory invite you to enjoy a quiet moment of relaxation or a gathering at the communal dining table. Indoors, the homey salon is stocked with a selection of art and travel reads along with an honesty bar and a crackling fire for chilly evenings.
Camellas Lloret provides a true boutique experience, with the comfort of a fine hotel and the homespun familiarity of a family home, where you can slow down, sip the wine and experience the simple pleasure of life with owners and operators, Annie and Colin Moore.
Type of rooms: Camellas LloretAll rooms feature a private bathroom and most have Internet (Wi-Fi).
ROOM 1: Perfect for one, spacious enough for two, room 1 has a king size bed and shower. On the first floor with views to the street. Wi-Fi.
ROOM 2: Cool and calm, room 2 has a queen size bed, settee, and bath/shower. On the first floor facing a quiet alley. Wi-Fi.
ROOM 3: Spacious and airy with views over the garden, room 3 has a king size bed, daybed and writing desk. on the second floor, with separate private bath. (Note: somewhat low ceilings in bath). Wi-Fi.
ROOM 4: Sexy and fun, room 4 has a king size four poster bed, daybed, and vintage claw-foot soaking tub on the first floor overlooking the garden. Wi-Fi.
ROOM 5 = GARDEN APARTMENT: Discover the rustic life in the private apartment with a queen size bed, separate lounge with two daybeds overlooking the garden, bathroom with clawfoot soaking tub, and a small kitchen/dining room, all in whitewash, linen, and reclaimed wood. Note: no Wi-Fi in this room. The garden apartment is independent from the main house, it has its own private lounge and kitchenette but no Wi-Fi.
Family Suite = 2 double rooms (rooms 2 and 4) with shared bath. Wi-Fi.
Whole House (off season) = 4 double rooms plus lounge, dining room and kitchen. Wi-Fi.
Beds: no room with two single beds. One extra bed may be added to room 4. One child´s bed may be added to room 3. Two single beds may be added to room 5. Baby cot no charge. 100% linen bedding on handmade organic cotton/natural latex mattresses assure a remarkably comfortable night's rest.
Additional information: Camellas Lloret
Internet WiFi: one room, the separate Garden Apartment, does not have WiFi.
No cell phone service in the village so print or save the directions/arrival instructions.
You may drive through the village and down rue Géneéal Frère to drop off baggage, but note that the streets are very narrow.
Children: extra bed for a child is charged per bed, per night. Babysitting by prior arrangement (charges apply).
No pets allowed.
No disabled facilities.
Breakfast: included with all rooms.
Deposit: 50% deposit upon booking. If cancelled more than 15 days prior to arrival date, full refund. If cancelled 14-0 days prior to arrival date, no refund. NOTE: no credit cards, payments via PayPal or cash.
Parking: free parking 50m Place Grillières.
Reception: 17h-21h or by prior arrangement; arrivals after 22h charged per hour.
Minimum Stay: two nights 1 Jun - 15 Sep
Airports: Toulouse Blagnac 77 km, Carcassonne 14 km.
Sustainability: Only environmentally friendly cleaning products are used. Organic toiletries and hair dryers are provided.
Dining: Traditional restaurants, where grandma still guards her recipes, serve local specialties like cassoulet and confit du canard or try one of the creative new bistros.
Enjoy local specialties such as artisan cheese, wine, truffles, fresh asparagus, melons and charcuterie and discover the bounty of independent farms all year long at weekly markets and stalls scattered throughout the region. Borrow one of their pocket knives and a corkscrew and make a picnic!
The Area: the region surrounding Montréal is known as the Malepère, a rural area known for its gentle rolling hills planted with wheat, sunflowers, and grapevines. Explore the medieval towns of Carcassonne, Limoux, and Mirepoix, especially on morning market days.
Antiquing: nearly every weekend from Easter to Christmas, villages host flea markets as well as monthly and seasonal brocante fairs, vide greniers, and antiques markets. For weekday and off-season shopping there are wonderful local shops and depots selling all kinds of vintage items, from humble household goods to fine antiques.
Carcassonne & Cather Castles: tour of the medieval citadel of Carcassonne, a UNESCO world heritage site while the Bastide St.Louis features architecture and real-life scenes. The ruined fortresses known as the Chateaux Cathar are in the surrounding mountains where an invigorating walk brings you up close to history and spectacular views of the countryside.
The Canal Du Midi: a UNESCO world heritage site crossing the valley, is ideal for relaxed walks, bicycle rides or boat trips, and has delightful seasonal restaurants along its banks.
Day Trips: slightly further are the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean, and the city of Toulouse all with their own magic.
Before booking, verify the current costs, prices and policies (deposit, cancellation fees for each rate, etc.) as the hotel may charge the guest accordingly. Consider travel insurance that covers cancellation fees.
Number of rooms: 5
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1700s/2013.
Period of closure: Winters (15 Dec to 1 Mar).
Languages spoken: English, French and Spanish.Smoking policy: no smoking anywhere on the premises.
Credit cards accepted: no credit cards, payments via PayPal or cash.
How to get here:
from Toulouse: A61 to Bram, D43 to Montreal, right onto D119 Ave du Lauragais, left onto D6 Ave des Tilleuls, at roundabout left onto Ave Jean Moulin, then left onto Place Grillières, a large parking lot.
from Carcassonne: D119 direction Montreal, cross the village then left onto D6 Ave des Tilleuls. At the roudabout turn left onto Ave Jean Moulin, then left onto Place Grillières, a large parking lot.
On foot from the parking lot: take Rue Général Frère at the far end to the left, then take the second street on your left, Rue de l'Angle. They are no. 4 on the right.
In the village there is no cellular service, so print or save the directions!
Nearest airport: Carcassonne - 14km.