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Chateau de Saint-Michel de Lanes

1 rue du Pont de l Hers, 11410 Saint-Michel-de-Lanes France

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35 mn from Toulouse and 45 from Carcassonne discover the Catherine de Medicis and Aiceline Baroness bedrooms. Bed and breakfast, in a aristocratic place of the XVIIIth century. , this chateau is the ideal place for a romantical or familial stay and discover traditional french gentlemen's art of life Large grounds in the heart of a medieval village. Tank with fountain, old roses and grass. Old church and gardens in St Michel de Lanes. Aéroport de Toulouse Blagnac à 45 mn et Carcassonne à 55 mn
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Free public parking nearby
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chrischriscp wrote a review Oct 2019
Leamington Spa, United Kingdom4 contributions
Have stayed regularly over the years and have found the hosts and our stay consistently special. Few places exist like this today. The rooms have been lovingly renovated and always spotless. Delightfully French and charming.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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gstefan612 wrote a review Jun 2016
Central Poland, Poland9 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed with friends for 3 nights. The chateau is very conveniently located (close to Toulouse, where we have traveled from) and we have been using the chateau as a base for visiting interesting/historical places and simply going around Languedoc. The chateau and park is a lovely peaceful place where one can rest in the afternoon/evening. Rooms are spacious, clean nicely decorated and very well kept. Nice part were the morning breakfasts, freshly prepared by charming Hosts and served in rooms on beautiful tableware and the very nice addition to the stay were the hosts - Nathalie and Vincent, extremely pleasant, nice and open. Generally strong recommendation for those who are looking for an original, climatic old places.
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Date of stay: June 2016
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Nina wrote a review Aug 2012
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We spent one night in the Chateau. Vincent and his wife were charming. Our two rooms were spacious, clean and beautifully decorated. It was interesting to listen to the stories that the couple had to tell us. It was a very good experience.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Room Tip: We had the two connected rooms in the tower - the were very spacious and calm.
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Johnny164 wrote a review May 2011
Leamington Spa, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
A lovely, quite unique Chateau with beautiful, tastefully decorated rooms. Well located for access to the south of France and the Pyrennes. An ideal place to escape from the modern world and to take in the tranquil atmosphere. Friendly hosts, who can advise on where to visit and eat, yet who will let you do your own thing. If you are after a 5 star hotel, with room service, air conditioning and 24hr CNN, this is not for you. If, however, you wish to relax and savour a delightful home and beautiful area ....................
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Date of stay: April 2011
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LivesinN1 wrote a review Jul 2010
United States9 contributions10 helpful votes
Service was amazing. The Chateau reminded me of a Disney movie. The rooms were large and very clean. This is a wonderful place to stay.
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Date of stay: July 2010
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R9D wrote a review Sept 2009
Yorkshire6 contributions2 helpful votes
The chateau was extremely charming, as was its owners. We were made to feel very much at home. We had to set off very early en route to Bordeaux but the owners even made us a take-away breakfast in the morning....a really nice gesture. Unfortunately the local restaurant is closed on a Monday which meant we had to go into the local towns (12km) but there's reasonable choice. It is a fantastic location in which to chill, but you do have to travel if you want to do activities.
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Date of stay: August 2009
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thameslee wrote a review Aug 2009
The Netherlands4 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed one night in the chateau, on our way to Carcassonne from Biarritz. We have 2 children under 3 so were a little apprehensive about the stay. I cannot recommend the accommodation or the hosts highly enough. We received a genuine and warm welcome from the Count and Countess. We had two adjoining rooms which were extremely comfortable, very spacious and spotless. Our hosts were extremely friendly and interesting, making a huge effort to converse in excellent english. They were also very good with our two children. The local restaurant serves divine food, so the fact that the accomodation is B&B only should not deter anyone from staying - the restaurant is approx 3 mins walking distance away. Breakfast was beautifully presented and very tasty, with all local and home grown produce. We were sorry to be leaving, however, the 1 hour journey from here to Carcassonne is worth doing for the scenery.
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Date of stay: August 2009
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Christopher S wrote a review Aug 2008
Bristol, United Kingdom138 contributions71 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed at the chateau for a long weekend in mid-July 2008. The hosts could not have been more helpful and charming. Our room was large, well appointed and elegant. It was spotlessly clean. Having asked for hot water for tea, each day fresh hot water and biscuits were placed in the room without asking further. Breakfast was outstanding with home-made jams and garden grown fruit. The grounds were large and we were welcome to relax in deck chairs in the sun. We were treated as personal guests, not just customers. We plan to return! Christopher and Felicity Smith.
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Date of stay: July 2008
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Rozontour wrote a review Jul 2008
Australia152 contributions107 helpful votes
We were so excited about staying at the Chateau but were so disappointed with the result. Although our rooms were well appointed and very spacious, the hosts were less than welcoming, the chateau (other than our rooms) is run down, gloomy and depressing. There are no guest salons as promised. The lighting is left off in the evening so if arriving back after dark, the property and chateau are in darkness. (around 10pm). Thank goodness for the wonderful hosts at the local restaurant next door - Les Marronniers - a wonderful family run restaurant with very welcoming and friendly hosts. When we advised the owners of the chateau that we were leaving (we moved to Hotel de la Cite in Carcassonne - excellent hosts) they were not at all surprised - obviously we were not the first guests to depart early. This was the only place in all of France and Italy that had requested 100% deposit and the only place we left early.
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Date of stay: July 2008
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Response from VDLP, Propriétaire at Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès
Responded 17 Sept 2008
We are surprised that those who say such bad things about our chateau and about us, have not dared to leave their real names. We have never had “Baikies” as guests, but Rosalind Green. In July it is necessary to half close the shutters against the heat of the day. It is thus dark but cool in the house. The dining room has a lounge area, in the neogothic style, of 50 square metres. This should be large enough for an establishment with only 3 guest rooms. The chateau is not in a bad state of repair: It was restored for 300 thousand euros, including the 1000-square-metre roof (structure and tiles). The restaurant, Les Marronniers, has denied saying that they were not surprised by the early departure of the people in question. We believe they are insincere, that in fact they changed their minds about their trip and tried to blame their decision on us (changes to their trip, their children’s changing whims, ill-researched information). Regarding the outside lighting, it is possible that we might have forgotten to switch it on one evening; but the car park opposite and the street are lit all night. Two doorbells are always available. The misunderstanding has arisen, in our opinion, from these guests wishing to be very close to Carcassonne, while it is clearly mentioned on our website that we are located 50 km away from this beautiful city. Concerning the welcome we extend to our guests, it is not sycophantic, but polite and warm; our visitor’s book is filled with courteous and kind comments which we can show you at any time. Finally, we would like to point out that we had refused some other bookings in order to accommodate this family.
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cdhall wrote a review Oct 2006
Chicago, Illinois1 contribution1 helpful vote
We stayed at the Chateau during Bastille Day and the arrival of the Tour de France at Carcassonne, about an hour away. Those dual events had filled most of the hotels and Chateaux in the region, and forced us to use a travel agent. It turned out that this situation resulted in one of our most pleasant stays during 3 weeks in Europe, and the most memorable. Our room was large, bright and comfortable. Monsieur and Madame de la Panouse (Count and Countess) were most charming and delightful to discuss history, current events, politics, and the local region of France. We found them to be refreshingly, truly French, not as worldly or cosmopolitan perhaps as our Parisian friends, but in a refreshing way, and still warmly welcoming to American tourists despite the occasional tension among our political leaders. We communicated well, in a combination of French and English. Since it was summer and hot, and the Chateau has no airconditioning, our windows had to be open at night. There was a surprising amount of traffic noise for such a very small village. We recommend the Chateau, but would ask for a room away from the street next time, and would avoid the hottest time of year. Note that the Chateau and its village are located in a rural area amidst miles and miles of sunflower fields with a number of interesting, small villages nearby waiting to be explored. Many of the roads are lined with trees on both sides, forming a canopy. As the Michelin guide might say, it's worth a detour. D. Hall, Chicago, Illinois
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Date of stay: July 2006
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Which popular attractions are close to Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Nearby attractions include Belvédère du barrage de Monteynard-Avignonet (5.1 km), COMPTOIR DU LAURAGAIS - MAISON DE LA HAUTE-GARONNE (4.8 km), and l'Écluse de l'Océan (6.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and room service.
What food & drink options are available at Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Yes, free public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Pas de Naurouze, Le Relais de Riquet, and La Dinée.
Is Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.09 km away from the centre of Saint-Michel-de-Lanes.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès?
Many travellers enjoy visiting l'Écluse de l'Océan (6.1 km).