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This Bed and Brekfastt has historical roots from 1180 when it was a cistersian monastery. At that time it was probably a more hectic place. Today a calm and romantic and It's hard to avoid feeling the wings of history.
In a corner of the...More
One of several Cistercian Abbeys in the south of France, the church is in ruins but eloquent. It is frequently used for concerts. There is a most charing and whimsical garden. The place is privately owned and there is restoration going on and is partially...More
The property belongs to a french doctor, who lives there with his family. Some renovation works are in progress, and many more are to be done. But the truth is that the Abbey looks great exactly as it appears now! You can breath the Middle...More
One night stay in simple, but comfortable room. The Abbaye 12thC-14th architecture is stunning and set in midst of huge gardens with whimsical touches throughout. Musical concert in this setting g hard to beat.
We mostly visited because we wanted another stamp in our Cathar Passport. A charming peaceful place and you can see from the ruins how impressive it must have been when it was entire.
There is a peaceful, if somewhat eccentric, garden to walk around and...More
US$91 - US$93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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