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Chateau d'Agel

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Reviewed 10 September 2016

Wife and I were part of a cooking/ foodie group for one week in the LangedocRousillon region. We were based the chateau, where we had breakfast and dinner most nights. Chateau is popular with groups who don't necessarily want to stay in more crowded Provence. Hosts Martine and JeanMarie are friendly, helpful,attentive and low key. Rooms have ensuite and are...

Thank GJWPos
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 7 August 2016

An exceptional Chateau, part of which apparently dates from the 12th Century. It has huge well appointed rooms and extensive walled grounds, including a vineyard, all set in a tiny village. The owners live in part of the same building, and are on hand if needed. The location is a comfortable drive from the walled city of Carcassone and the...

Thank Roderick M
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

We were with a group that booked the chateau for 2 weeks, we stayed for a week. In short the visit was great and highly recommended. The chateau has been in the owners family since centuries and you can see they love continuing the tradition. They were excellent hosts, giving good ideas for things to do and interesting chats. The...

Thank Beachbuggy1324
Basel, Switzerland
Reviewed 23 July 2016

We rented the little cottage in the grounds of the Chateau d'Agel. Its a small and simple cottage situated on an unassuming street running alongside the Chateau. For me it was a bit like going in to the wardrobe and ending up in Narnia, as the gardens adjacent to the terrace were fantastic, among the vineyards and the pool of...

Thank Fidgety9
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 August 2015 via mobile

We were lucky enough to have our wedding at Chateau d'Agel in June and it was everything we could have hoped for and more. The chateau is stunning in every way. It's retained a lot of it's original design which give it tons character but is modern enough to provide every comfort you could want. Martine and Jean-Marie planned everything...

2Thank Matt L
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 9 February 2014

Having links to the area, my fiancé and I rented out the Chateau for 5 nights in September 2013 for a wedding and holiday with close family and friends. The Chateau is a wonderful mix of being historic and regal, yet welcoming and informal at the same time. It is certainly big enough to cater for larger functions and groups...

1Thank Chris H
San Ramon, California
Reviewed 5 September 2013

In August, our family rented the Chateau for a family reunion. Not only was the castle beautiful, making us feel like medieval royalty, but the modern amenities were beyond expectation. We enjoyed every minute, from the numerous day trips to nearby villages and big attractions to the lounge days relaxing at the pool and tennis court. The chateau is a...

3Thank shezafr
Reviewed 25 August 2013

The castle offers an old world atmosphere with the right amount of modern conveniences. Everything is wisely decorated with lot of taste and charm and equipped for pretty much any need. The countryside is surrounded by stunning vineyards and picturesque villages. The location is perfect for day trips around the south of France from Toulouse to the Mediterranean and from...

4Thank idosh
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Reviewed 30 June 2013

We rented the Chateau for a week for a family gathering to mark a special occasion. The reviews and web site seemed too good to be true... In retrospect they do not adequately relay the wonderful nature of this special place. The grounds are beautiful and the Chateau itself is a perfect combination of modern amenities and timeless charm. Thirteen...

3Thank Travellingcycle
muskogee, ok, usa
Reviewed 23 April 2012

At least 15 of us have stayed at the Chateau for a week, two different times. It's truly like a home away from home. Martine and Jean-Pierre are gracious hosts. We met many of the locals, including the Backhouses-he's a great photographer and she does stunning jewelry. The wine of Chateau d'Agel is pretty wonderful, too. The rooms are more...

4Thank suzannejobe

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  • Tennis Court
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Exclusive rental of the Castle or Bed & Breakfast.Your hosts look forward to welcoming you to a truly memorable stay in the beautiful, atmospheric surroundings of their family home. This superb medieval castle close to Minerve and Carcassonne dates from the 12th century onwards, and consists of the main building, four towers and a dovecote, extensive terraced gardens covering 2 hectares (5 acres) and a swimming pool. Bed and breakfast : If you wish to find the ambiance from the past, you will enjoy the large lounges, the library, the spacious rooms.For family vacations or vacations with friends, it is possible to rent the entire castle, the park, the pool. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Chateau d'Agel

Address: 6 Place du Chateau | To Park, Enter by 2 Place de L'eglise, 34210 Agel, France
Region: France > Occitanie > Herault > Agel
Price Range: ₹ 8,966 - ₹ 13,831 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
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“Ask for a room on the first floor. Second level has tiny staircase.”
GJWPos, 10 Sep 2016 | Read review
“The suite at the top of the castle is the most charming to me, but be prepared for a climb up an ancient spiral stair to get there.”
Travellingcycle, 30 Jun 2013 | Read review
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