Great apartment, 80metres to main square.
5/10 mins walk to train (1€ in either direction)
1 hour by car to beach
1 hour by car to nearest ski station
In the heart of Cathar country
Walk or cycle to numerous Domaines for wine tasting!
Just come and enjoy Limoux!
This is NOT shared space.
Large living dining area which is very light and airy.
Separate well equipped kitchen.
Shady outside space to chill after a days sight seeing.
Large modern walk in shower.
Comfortable quality furniture.
Double bed in separate bedroom.
'Z' bed available for child or small adult.
1st floor apartment.
1 flight of stairs
80 meters from main square.
Many individual shops.
Enjoy the cafe culture.
Explore the narrow streets.
Plenty of wine tasting.
Numerous museums, galleries & activities.
Paddle and swim in the river on hot days.
Limoux is a small town with a big heart!
Local train runs north to Carcassonne or south to Quillan and the fare is only 1€ in either direction!
Taxis are available to order.
The parking is all free in Limoux.
Carcassonne airport is serviced by Ryanair, there is a bus for each flight, this will take you directly to Carcassonne train station (5€) then you get the local train (sometimes a bus) to Limoux for 1€.
A car is not necessary.
3 night minimum stay in high season mid June to mid September
Claire was a super lady from England. I was planning to take a train from Carcassonne to Limouix when Claire suggessted that her husband drive down to pick me up in his convertable! This was first class hospitality! They are such sweet people and just couldn't do enough. She said if I were going to stay another day, she would have driven me to the Marche in the next village and we would spend time together. She is great with a wonderful smile!
The place was everthing you would want in a small Provence village. A great terrace, great kitchen, good bed..lots of ambience. I would have loved to have stayed longer but I could not handle the stairs. The suite is on the top floor, with the terrace and the stairs going up are not for the faint of heart! They are hard to climb for someone like me with knee problems and over 65. But, I did it! I just had to make sure I didn't forget anthing before I started my ascend or descend!