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Andy Et Amanda Attenburrow
8 Cours St Jacques


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This particular mansion features four exceptionally spacious guest rooms, each uniquely designed with private shower facilities and stunning views perfect for painting. Previously occupied by the Duke de Lévis-Mirepoix, the house exudes charm and character, highlighted by a magnificent gallery adorned with stained glass windows, Rococo plaster, and decorative tiles. Léran, a charming bastide village dating back to the 13th century, is dominated by the imposing chateau of the dukes. Le Castelou offers art and film-making activities, with a variety of courses suitable for all abilities, along with painting easels, studios, and digital media amenities. The décor of our four bedrooms is carefully crafted to create a sense of spaciousness while emphasizing the beauty of shapes and angles within the rooms. Le Belvédère boasts a private staircase leading to a balcony with an awe-inspiring, panoramic view. It is an ideal spot to savor an aperitif while admiring the architectural wonders of the Chateau, the picturesque church of Léran, or the breathtaking Pyrenees mountains. La Belle Pyrène is a generously sized room that offers captivating views of the Pyrenees mountains, allowing warm atmospheric light to filter in during the afternoons and evenings. Even the ensuite shower room provides a delightful vista over the village rooftops to the Pyrenees. La Suite Léran consists of two adjoining bedrooms, furnished with double and single beds, offering versatility and space for couples, families, or friends. A private shower room is also included. The suite overlooks Cours St Jacques, a segment of the ancient pilgrimage route along the Pyrenees from France to Spain known as the Camino Santiago de Campostella. La Suite Castelou is a grand-sized room with its own salon area, ensuite shower room, and separate private WC. This suite, spanning over 50 m2 (550 sq ft), is perfect for those who appreciate ample space. The windows, positioned at tree-top level, provide magnificent views of Cours St Jacques and the Pyrenees.


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To travel from Blagnac/Toulouse to Léran, follow these directions. Take the A61 on the peripherique and follow the signs for Carcassonne, Barcelona, and FOIX PEAGE (not Foix RN 20). Once you are on the A61 and have passed the pèage, look for the A66 fork in the direction of Andorra. When you reach the next péage, the road will merge with the N20 towards Foix. Take the exit at junction 6 towards Mirepoix and Lavelanet. Join the D119 towards Mirepoix (the first exit on the right at the roundabout), and continue through Les Pujols, Rieucros, Coutens, and Besset until you reach Mirepoix. At the first roundabout on the outskirts of the town, continue straight on. At the second roundabout, turn right onto the D625 towards Lavelanet.

If you are starting from Carcassonne, follow the D119 towards Mirepoix. Keep going through Montréal and Fanjeaux towards Mirepoix. After crossing the bridge, follow the signs for "toutes directions". At the second set of traffic lights, turn left and then continue straight on at the roundabout onto the D625 towards Lavelanet.

As you pass through the village of La Bastide de Bousignac, you will eventually reach Aigues-Vives (approximately 8 minutes from La Bastide de Bousignac). When you see the sign announcing Aigues-Vives, slow down and indicate left, as the left turn to Léran is hidden behind some buildings on the left side of the road. This left turn is the first and only sign for Léran. Follow the road (D28) which will take you directly to the village, approximately a 4-minute drive.

After passing the church, make a right turn into cours St Jacques. On the left, you will find the mairie/school, and the next building on the left is Le Castelou at number 8 Cours St Jacques. It's a pale yellow house with white outlines around the windows.




  • Château de Montségur: Located approximately 15 kilometers from Leran, Château de Montségur is a medieval fortress perched atop a rocky hill. It is associated with the Cathar movement and offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Mirepoix: Situated about 30 kilometers from Leran, Mirepoix is a charming medieval town famous for its well-preserved half-timbered houses and the beautiful central square, Place des Couverts. The town also hosts a lively weekly market where visitors can explore local produce and handicrafts.
  • Foix: Located approximately 35 kilometers from Leran, Foix is a historic town dominated by its impressive hilltop castle, Château de Foix. The castle showcases medieval architecture and offers guided tours. The town also has a picturesque old town with narrow streets and traditional shops.
  • Lac de Montbel: Situated around 10 kilometers from Leran, Lac de Montbel is a beautiful man-made lake surrounded by rolling hills and forests. Visitors can enjoy various water activities like swimming, boating, and fishing. The lake also has designated picnic areas with stunning views.
  • Carcassonne: Located approximately 70 kilometers from Leran, Carcassonne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its well-preserved medieval fortifications. The fortified city, La Cité de Carcassonne, features intricate architecture, cobblestone streets, and a range of shops, restaurants, and museums.
  • Grotte de Niaux: Situated about 50 kilometers from Leran, Grotte de Niaux is a prehistoric cave renowned for its impressive cave paintings. Guided tours take visitors through the underground galleries, showcasing ancient artwork created thousands of years ago.
  • Château de Puivert: Located around 30 kilometers from Leran, Château de Puivert is a picturesque castle perched on a hill overlooking the village. It offers a glimpse into medieval life with its well-preserved towers, courtyards, and a museum dedicated to troubadour culture.
  • Ax-les-Thermes: Situated approximately 60 kilometers from Leran, Ax-les-Thermes is a spa town known for its thermal baths and wellness centers. Visitors can relax in the natural hot springs or enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, and mountain biking in the nearby Pyrenees. Please note that distances mentioned are approximate and may vary depending on the route taken.

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