We stayed at Cap de Castel for 5 nights and were not disappointed. We were welcomed by David who showed us our room No 10. The room is large, is decorated using an African theme with a large bathroom. It has lots of original features including a large old sink and tiled floors throughout which added to the character of the room. The bed was extremely comfortable and the room was very clean. However the best feature of this room are the outstanding uninterrupted far reaching views of the countryside and the mountains, absolutely stunning.
We chose to eat at the hotel and were certainly not disappointed, the food is fantastic! There is a choice of a la carte or a set menu but both can be interchanged. All beautifully presented and we didn't feel rushed. Recommend that you book as there is limited space in the restaurant. David and his staff look after the guests so well. We can certainly recommend and would certainly return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cap de Castel is a charming small hotel, set within the protected "Cathare" property, originally built in the 13th century on the lands of the Lords of Hautpoul. Ten beautifully renovated large bedrooms, in two 17th century buildings, reflect the local Languedoc Roussillon colours and stimulate your senses. The spectacular view embraces the neighbouring roman tiled roofs, the Lauragais hills, and the foothills of the Pyrenees and Black Mountain. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cap De Castel Puylaurens