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jean lanau
4 Rue des Pyrénées



1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €80






Description for B&B:

Experience the tranquility of our well-appointed rooms and dining area complete with a cozy fireplace.

To enhance your relaxation, we offer a range of amenities including a refreshing summer swimming pool, a heated indoor pool, sauna, tennis court, and ping-pong facilities.

Our rentals can accommodate anywhere from 1 to 4 persons and include a delicious breakfast. Prices range from 80 to 130, depending on the number of guests.

Choose from our selection of 4 bedrooms, including 2 double bedrooms with ensuite shower, WC, and TV. We also have two family rooms that can accommodate up to 4 people, featuring a combination of 140 and 90 beds, along with a private shower, toilet, and television.

For those seeking ultimate comfort and privacy, we offer an independent air-conditioned villa with 3 bedrooms, a living room, and a fully equipped kitchen. This villa is available for the price of 180 per night, excluding linen rental.


Appréciations pour Domaine de Hurlevent, Montgaillard-Lauragais:

passage d'aout
Review by: arnaudo, Oct 7 2012 9:41PM
notre passage ,au domaine de hurlevent a été riche en échange et convivialité! de charmants propriétaires qui ont le sens de l’hospitalité!attentifs et peuvent répondre à un oubli (prêt d'un sèche cheveux)
la chambre de bonne tenue ,donnée sur les champs, un havre de paix nous y reviendrons avec plaisir! marléne et patrick

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To reach Toulouse, take the A61 exit for Villefranche de Lauragais, and then continue straight for 3 km on the N113 in the direction of Toulouse.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 80 80 oui
(3 pers.)
2 130 130 oui
Notes: Without Breakfast and laundary


Swimming Pool
Credit cards accepted


  • Canal du Midi (3.5 km): A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Canal du Midi is a historic waterway that stretches from Toulouse to the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy a leisurely boat ride or take a scenic walk along the canal's picturesque banks.
  • Château de Montgeard (5.8 km): This stunning castle, dating back to the 16th century, offers a glimpse into the region's rich history. Explore its well-preserved architecture, beautiful gardens, and learn about the castle's fascinating past.
  • Lac de la Thésauque (7.2 km): Located in the picturesque countryside, Lac de la Thésauque is a serene lake perfect for a peaceful day of relaxation. Enjoy a picnic by the water, go fishing, or take a leisurely stroll along the surrounding trails.
  • Revel Market (13.4 km): The Revel Market is a bustling open-air market held every Saturday. Browse through a wide array of local produce, crafts, and antiques. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and savor the flavors of the region.
  • Saint-Ferréol Lake (17.6 km): Nestled in the heart of the Montagne Noire, Saint-Ferréol Lake is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The lake offers opportunities for swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, and hiking along its scenic shores.
  • Cité de Carcassonne (60.3 km): A must-visit attraction, the Cité de Carcassonne is a medieval fortress and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the well-preserved ramparts, narrow streets, and visit the magnificent Château Comtal within the fortress walls.
  • Toulouse (63.4 km): France's fourth-largest city, Toulouse, offers a mix of history, culture, and vibrant city life. Explore the charming Old Town, visit the iconic Place du Capitole, and discover the city's impressive museums, including the Musée des Augustins.
  • Albi (75.2 km): Known for its magnificent red-brick cathedral, Albi is a picturesque town with a rich medieval heritage. Explore the UNESCO-listed Albi Cathedral, stroll along the Tarn River, and visit the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum dedicated to the famous artist.
  • Pont Valentré, Cahors (120.8 km): Located in Cahors, the Pont Valentré is a breathtaking medieval bridge spanning the Lot River. Admire its impressive towers and arches, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. 10. Grotte du Mas-d'Azil (121.5 km): Situated in the Pyrenees, the Grotte du Mas-d'Azil is a prehistoric cave known for its unique geological formations. Take a guided tour to discover the cave's fascinating history and view ancient rock art. Please note that distances mentioned are approximate and may vary depending on the chosen route. It's always recommended to verify the exact locations and opening times of attractions before visiting.

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