Good Hotel Guide Review
In a quiet residential area this 1930s maison de maitre has been restored to preserve its original heritage while providing modern comfort and amenities. The new owners, Geoffrey Le Meur and Janice Dang, run it as a chamber d’hotes with French fusion table d’hotes dinners. Set in a private walled garden with a swimming pool, it has five well-equipped guest bedrooms. There is a lounge with board games a quiet lounge for reading, a library, a dining room with a Louis XIV fireplace and a spa. Local produce appears on the dinner menus; for breakfast bread from a local baker accompanies cereals, fresh fruits, cheese, ham and a much else. The acceuil is ‘charmant’, says Michelin. Smoking is not allowed, even in the grounds. Mazamet is a traditional market town at the foot of the Montagne Noire mountain range in south-west France. Albi, Carcassonne, and the Canal du Midi are nearby.
4 Rue Pasteur
00 33 563 979 033
5 bedrooms, all air-conditioned.
Open March 30th – October 31st.
2 lounges, library, restaurant, spa, garden: swimming pool. Dinner served five nights each week, Wednesday – Sunday inclusive.
Not under 14.
Prices from 120 € to 200€ per night for two, including breakfast.