Located between the vineyards of the 'Malepere', a beautiful wine growing region in the south of France, you will find Le Sarrail, a domain with four luxury holiday homes (4 - 8 people) with a shared heated swimming pool and panoramic views of the unspoiled landscape and the Pyrenees in the distance. The comfortable houses are luxuriously and stylishly furnished in a gorgeous retro style.
Each house has its own fully equipped kitchen, outdoor terrace and a cozy living room with fireplace. During your stay, you can make use of a hotel-style service - everything can be arranged for you; good French catering, aromatherapy massage, bike rental, horse riding, wine tasting and more. The domain is situated in a quiet area, yet only 20 minutes away from the bustling market town of Carcassonne with its famous medieval castle 'La Cité', markets, cafes, shops and restaurants.
Le Sarrail is perfect for families with children of all ages!
All accommodations in our unique collection meet our high standards in quality, comfort, style and setting. We visit every place, meet the owners and explore the area, so we are sure that you will have a great holiday here!
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Le Sarrail is located a 20-minutes’ drive west of Carcassonne, Toulouse can be reached in 1 hour, Narbonne within 45 minutes and Albi and Perpignan in 1 hour.
The domain stands amid rolling hills dotted with farms and vineyards, just outside the beautiful village of Montréal d'Aude. The views are spectacular in all directions: the highlight being the snowy Pyrenees in the south.
It is a tranquil and safe area with no busy roads nearby.
In the Pyrenees, you will find hot springs, and the countless beaches of the Mediterranean are only an hour away.
Closer to home you can rent bikes, visit local festivals or enjoy the vineyards of Malpere and Corbieres. The nearby landscape changes in almost every direction from pine forests, mountains, to vineyards and long canals.
There is plenty to see and to do!