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Monique Raluy
Chateau de La Hille



1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €90





Description for B&B:

Discover the wonders of this incredible area, nestled in the heart of the new regional park. Immerse yourself in history and embark on fascinating journeys, whether it be exploring the Cathar sites or meandering along scenic hiking trails. No matter your preferred mode of transportation, be it on foot, bike, or car, you can tailor your tourism experience to suit your needs.

As the night descends, retreat to our tranquil haven where your reserved guestroom awaits. Recharge your energy in our well-appointed facilities, where relaxation, charm, and comfort are paramount. If you've made a reservation, indulge in a delectable meal crafted with ingredients sourced from our own production or from local providers.

Situated along the Piemont Pyreneen road, the Chateau de la Hille is a favored stopover for pilgrims on the Saint Jacques de Compostelle route. Golf enthusiasts will delight in the nearby 18-hole course at the Bastide de Sérou, just a short 15-minute drive away.

For mountain bikers seeking an exhilarating adventure on the renowned Ariège-Pyrénées crossing, known as "la grande traversée Ariège-Pyrénées à VTT" (Chamina edition), La Hille offers a well-deserved respite.


Appréciations pour Chateau de La Hille, Montégut-Plantaurel:

Château de la Hille
Review by: LEROY, Aou 18 2023 8:39AM
Nous avons passé un séjour très agréable dans ce domaine au calme en pleine nature.
Nous avons apprécié l'accueil de nos hôtes, la piscine et la gastronomie sur place.

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Follow GPS coordinates: N43.07803 and E001.47233.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 90 106 26 oui
(3 pers.)
2 116 116 26 oui


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  • Foix Castle: Located in the town of Foix, this medieval castle is perched on a hill overlooking the Ariège River. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history and provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Grotte de Niaux: Situated near the village of Niaux, this prehistoric cave is renowned for its stunning cave paintings that date back over 14,000 years. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the intricate artwork and learn about the lives of early humans.
  • Mas d'Azil Cave: This immense natural cave, located near the village of Le Mas-d'Azil, offers a unique underground experience. The cave boasts a vast network of chambers and tunnels, and visitors can walk through its main passage, marveling at the impressive rock formations.
  • Mirepoix: Known for its charming medieval square, Mirepoix is a picturesque town with beautifully preserved half-timbered houses. Stroll through its narrow streets, visit the 13th-century Maison des Consuls, and enjoy the local markets and cafes.
  • Parc de la Préhistoire de Tarascon: Situated in Tarascon-sur-Ariège, this prehistoric park offers an educational and interactive experience. Visitors can explore reconstructed prehistoric habitats, watch demonstrations of ancient techniques, and learn about the region's rich archaeological heritage.
  • Saint-Lizier: This medieval town, designated as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages of France," is known for its well-preserved cathedral and charming narrow streets. Explore the impressive Saint-Lizier Cathedral and soak in the tranquil ambiance of this historic place.
  • Château de Foix: Dominating the town of Foix, this fortress-like castle is a must-visit attraction. Explore its medieval architecture, visit the museum inside, and catch breathtaking views of the Pyrenees Mountains from its strategic location.
  • Saint-Girons: Located on the banks of the Salat River, Saint-Girons is a vibrant market town surrounded by lush greenery. Enjoy the bustling weekly market, visit the 16th-century Saint-Girons Church, and explore the quaint streets lined with shops and cafes.
  • Grotte du Mas-d'Azil: This natural cave system near Le Mas-d'Azil offers a fascinating underground adventure. Walk through its cavernous passages, marvel at the impressive stalactites and stalagmites, and learn about the geology and history of the area. 10. Château de Montségur: Situated on a rocky hilltop, this iconic castle played a significant role in the history of the Cathars. Explore the ruins of this medieval fortress and learn about the tragic events that unfolded during the Cathar persecution. These tourist attractions near Chateau de La Hille offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring historical castles to discovering prehistoric caves and charming medieval towns.

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