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Kurt Roland
Château de la Prade


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price from €634




Description for B&B:

The rooms on the first level are spacious, measuring 25 m², and equipped with a TV. Each room also includes a bathroom with both a bathtub and a shower, as well as a toilet. On the lower level, you will find two cozy living rooms and a dining room. During the summer season, guests have the opportunity to enjoy their meals outside on the terrace.


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If you are coming from Narbonne on the A61, take exit Bram 22 and continue on N 113 towards Villepinte/Castelnaudary. If you are coming from Toulouse on the A61, take exit Castelnaudary 21 and continue on N 113 towards Villepinte/Carcassonne.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 634 634 oui


Swimming Pool
Credit cards accepted


  • Carcassonne: Located approximately 20 kilometers from Château de la Prade, Carcassonne is a fortified city renowned for its medieval architecture. The UNESCO World Heritage Site features impressive city walls, a picturesque castle, and narrow cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants.
  • Canal du Midi: Stretching for over 240 kilometers, the Canal du Midi is a historic waterway that passes near Bram. Visitors can take a boat tour or go cycling or walking along its scenic banks, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and admiring the charming villages and vineyards along the route.
  • Abbey of Saint-Hilaire: Situated in the village of Saint-Hilaire, just a short drive from Bram, this ancient abbey dates back to the 8th century. It is renowned for its beautiful Romanesque architecture and houses the tomb of Saint Saturnin, the first bishop of Toulouse.
  • Limoux: A charming town located approximately 15 kilometers from Bram, Limoux is famous for its sparkling wine, known as Blanquette de Limoux. Visitors can explore the town's historic center, visit its numerous wineries, and enjoy the lively atmosphere during the annual Carnival celebrations.
  • Castelnaudary: Located around 30 kilometers from Bram, Castelnaudary is known for its culinary specialty, Cassoulet. This traditional French dish is made with white beans, various meats, and herbs. Visitors can savor authentic Cassoulet in local restaurants and explore the beautiful Canal du Midi waterfront.
  • Lagrasse: Nestled in the heart of the Corbières wine region, Lagrasse is a picturesque village situated approximately 40 kilometers from Bram. The village is home to a well-preserved abbey, narrow medieval streets, and artisan shops. It is also an ideal base for exploring the surrounding vineyards and hiking trails.
  • Toulouse: Although a bit further away, Toulouse, the "Pink City," is worth a visit. Situated around 80 kilometers from Bram, Toulouse is known for its vibrant culture, rich history, and impressive architecture. Highlights include the Basilica of Saint-Sernin, the Capitole de Toulouse, and the Cité de l'Espace (Space City).
  • Rennes-le-Château: Located approximately 50 kilometers from Bram, Rennes-le-Château is a small hilltop village famous for its mysterious history and legends. Visitors can explore the enigmatic Church of Saint Mary Magdalene and delve into the stories surrounding hidden treasures and secret societies. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring ancient history and architecture to enjoying scenic landscapes and indulging in local cuisine, ensuring an enriching visit near Château de la Prade in Bram, France.

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