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Annie Moore
4 Rue de L'angle


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Located in the enchanting village of Montreal, Camellas-Lloret is conveniently nestled in the triangle formed by Carcassonne, Limoux, and Castelnaudary. Situated on the renowned Route de St Jacques de Compostelle and just a short 5-minute drive from the scenic Canal du Midi, our establishment serves as an ideal base for your exploration of this captivating region. With utmost care, Camellas-Lloret has been delicately restored to preserve its authenticity while ensuring your utmost comfort. Our accommodations boast vintage furnishings, luxurious bedding, a communal lounge, a private terrace, and a charming garden. Additionally, you can indulge in our predominantly organic breakfast served in the dining room, garden, or even our delightful greenhouse. Rest assured, all rooms are equipped with complimentary wifi, and we proudly utilize ecological cleaning products throughout our premises.


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To reach your destination in Montreal, take the D119 road and make a turn at the pizzeria. Afterwards, take a left at the roundabout and continue until you reach the place Grillières (the last parking lot before descending the hill). Park your vehicle there and proceed on foot. Take a left onto rue Freres General, which is located at the far end of the parking lot. Then, take the second left onto rue de Langle. If you require assistance with unloading your luggage at the entrance, kindly make a prior phone call.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 772 772 980 980 35 yes
(3 pers.)
2 120 175 1225 1225 35
Apartment 1 160 230 1120 1610 35
Holiday Home 1 160 230


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  • Château de Montreal: Located in the heart of the village, this medieval castle offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the ancient fortress, walk through its beautiful gardens, and learn about its rich history.
  • Abbaye de Fontfroide: Situated just a short drive away, this Cistercian abbey is known for its peaceful atmosphere and well-preserved architecture. Take a guided tour to discover the abbey's intriguing past and admire its intricate details.
  • Canal du Midi: A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Canal du Midi is a remarkable feat of engineering. This 17th-century canal stretches over 240 km and is perfect for walking or cycling along its scenic towpaths. Enjoy the serene surroundings and observe the functioning locks and charming canal-side villages.
  • Carcassonne: About 20 km from Montreal, Carcassonne is a must-visit fortified city. Its medieval citadel, La Cité, is one of the most well-preserved in Europe and offers a fascinating glimpse into the past. Wander through its narrow streets, visit the Château Comtal, and enjoy panoramic views from the city walls.
  • Cathédrale Saint-Nazaire: Located in the nearby city of Béziers, this stunning Gothic cathedral is a significant religious and architectural landmark. Admire its impressive stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and grand interior.
  • Minerve: Situated in the picturesque Orb Valley, the village of Minerve is known for its natural beauty and historical significance. Surrounded by dramatic cliffs and gorges, this ancient Cathar stronghold offers a chance to explore its fortified walls and visit the local museum.
  • Narbonne: Approximately 40 km away, Narbonne is a charming city with a rich Roman heritage. Visit the impressive Narbonne Cathedral, explore the Roman Horreum Museum, and stroll through the vibrant local market, Les Halles de Narbonne.
  • Gouffre de l'Oeil Doux: Located near the village of Olargues, this natural wonder is a must-see for nature enthusiasts. The "Eye of the Doux" is a unique circular sinkhole surrounded by lush vegetation and provides a tranquil setting for a picnic or a leisurely hike.
  • Béziers: Known for its vibrant atmosphere and historical treasures, Béziers is worth a visit. Explore the charming old town, visit the Saint-Nazaire Cathedral, and enjoy the panoramic views from the Plateau des Poètes. 10. Saint-Chinian: This small wine-producing village is famous for its vineyards and wine cellars. Take a tour of a local winery, sample some of the region's finest wines, and enjoy the picturesque surroundings. Note: Please double-check the exact addresses and opening hours of these attractions before visiting, as they may be subject to change.

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