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Yves De Mey
Le Château de Cahuzac


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Discover our spacious loft-style holiday home, located in the former coach-house of the historic Cahuzac Castle. With a capacity to accommodate up to 14 people, this exquisite retreat boasts 5 air-conditioned bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom.

One of the highlights of this exclusive property is the private heated swimming pool, ensuring you can relax and unwind without the need to share with other guests.

Inside the holiday home, you will find a fully-equipped open kitchen with modern appliances, including a dishwasher, washing machine, and an American refrigerator. The large dining table comfortably seats 14 guests, while the cozy seating area around the fire stove provides a perfect spot for relaxation.

Entertainment options abound, with a separate TV room featuring a flat screen and DVD player, as well as WiFi throughout the property. The holiday home also features 3 double bedrooms, 1 bedroom with 2 single beds (which can be merged into a double bed), and a dormitory with 3 bunk beds, ideal for children and equipped with a table football.

For your comfort, all bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning. The private swimming pool is cleaned using salt electrolysis and can be heated with a heat pump. Additionally, a low hard cover ensures child safety and helps to preserve the heat. The large wooden terrace offers a space to relax with garden furniture and a BBQ, while the private garden borders the expansive 12-acre castle estate.

The holiday home is ideally located in the Midi-Pyrenées region, on the border of the Haute-Garonne and Aude departments. With easy access to popular tourist cities such as Carcassonne, Toulouse, and Albi, you can enjoy exciting day trips during your stay.

Closer to home, you can explore the scenic surroundings, including the Montagne Noire, Sorèze, Lac St. Ferréol, Revel, Castres, and Castelnaudary. Numerous shops, restaurants, and terraces are also within easy reach.

Immerse yourself in the tranquility and beauty of the 12-acre castle estate at Le Château de Cahuzac, dating back to the late 19th century. Book your unforgettable holiday experience today.


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Our village Cahuzac is situated in the south of the Tarn, on the border of the Midi-Pyrenées and the Languedoc-Rousillon regions. It is nestled in a hilly landscape at the foot of the nature reserve known as "la Montagne Noire" or the Black Mountain.

In close proximity to our village, you will find charming and picturesque villages and towns with plenty of restaurants and shops. For instance, Sorèze, located just 1.5 miles away, boasts a historic Abbey-school dating back to the 12th century.

Revel, located 4 miles away, is famous for its beautiful old wooden hall topped with a belfry. Every week, it hosts a market that is renowned as one of the 100 most beautiful markets in France.

If you're willing to travel a bit further, you can explore the larger tourist towns of Carcassonne (27 miles), Toulouse (34 miles), and Albi (37 miles). These towns are perfect for day trips and offer a wide range of attractions and activities.



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Notes: One holiday home for 14 persons. More info on website


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  • Albi Cathedral - Located in the nearby city of Albi, this stunning cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. It is known for its imposing size, intricate details, and the largest painted interior in the world.
  • Toulouse-Lautrec Museum - Situated in Albi, this museum is dedicated to the works of famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. It houses an extensive collection of his art, including paintings, drawings, and lithographs.
  • Cordes-sur-Ciel - A charming medieval village perched on a hilltop, Cordes-sur-Ciel offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Its narrow, cobblestone streets are lined with unique shops, art galleries, and restaurants.
  • Gaillac Vineyards - Cahuzac is located in the Gaillac wine region, known for its excellent vineyards. Take a tour of the vineyards, indulge in wine tastings, and learn about the region's winemaking traditions.
  • Cap'Découverte - A recreational park located in Le Garric, Cap'Découverte offers a variety of activities for all ages. From zip-lining and mountain biking to swimming and boating, visitors can enjoy a day of fun and adventure.
  • Sainte-Cécile Cathedral - Situated in Albi, this impressive cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It showcases a unique blend of Southern French Gothic and Romanesque architecture and features beautiful frescoes and sculptures.
  • Musee de la Mine - Located in Cagnac-les-Mines, this museum offers visitors a glimpse into the region's mining history. Explore the underground tunnels, learn about the lives of miners, and discover the importance of mining in the area.
  • Sidobre - Located in the Tarn region, Sidobre is a natural wonderland known for its granite formations. Explore giant boulders, picturesque landscapes, and enjoy hiking trails in this unique geological site.
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