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Patricia Possamai
Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet"


1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €75





Description for B&B:

We offer two rooms for your stay. The Lauragaise room features a double bed, pastel decor, and a cabin-like atmosphere. It is equipped with two single beds, a bathroom, and a toilet. Amenities include a TV, hairdryer, and toiletries. A delicious breakfast is served in our dining room.

In addition to your comfortable accommodations, you can enjoy fishing in our lake. We also provide a boat for your use. For some friendly competition, we have a bowling alley and pétanque available. Our swimming pool is heated, but not covered.

If you're interested in horseback riding, we can accommodate beginners and advanced riders. You can even bring your own horse and rent a box for their stay. For those who prefer biking, we have bicycles available.

Although we do not offer meals, there are plenty of restaurants in the nearby town of Caraman. We are always available to provide recommendations for local attractions and tours.


Appréciations pour Domaine "en Castanet", Caraman:

Review by: Martinez, Mai 29 2015 6:18PM
Très beau domaine, chambre superbe, spacieuse, propre, aménagée avec goût.
hôtes très sympathiques

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To get to your destination, follow these travel directions: Take exit 17 on the Toulouse ring road and then proceed towards Quint Fonsegrives. At the roundabout, take a right towards Caraman, and continue following the road towards Caraman until you reach Revel. From Revel, continue straight towards the Mayor's office, and then take the road towards Lavaur. After 200 meters, turn right and continue straight until you reach the first road on the left, which will lead you to your destination.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 75 10
(3 pers.)
1 100 10


Swimming Pool


  • Canal du Midi: Located approximately 12 kilometers south of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," the Canal du Midi is a historic waterway that stretches from Toulouse to the Mediterranean Sea. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers scenic boat rides, cycling paths, and picturesque villages along its banks.
  • Château de Montespan: Situated in Montespan, about 17 kilometers northwest of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," the Château de Montespan is a beautiful castle dating back to the 17th century. Visitors can explore its gardens, admire its architecture, and learn about its intriguing history.
  • Toulouse: Located approximately 30 kilometers northwest of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Toulouse is the fourth-largest city in France and offers a wide range of attractions. Highlights include the iconic Basilica of Saint-Sernin, the vibrant Place du Capitole, the Museum of Toulouse, and the Aerospace Museum.
  • Revel: Situated about 30 kilometers east of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Revel is a charming medieval town famous for its covered market, the Les Halles de Revel. The market dates back to the 14th century and is a great place to shop for local produce, crafts, and regional specialties.
  • Saint-Félix-Lauragais: Located approximately 18 kilometers southeast of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Saint-Félix-Lauragais is a picturesque village known for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors can explore its narrow, winding streets, visit the 14th-century Church of Saint-Félix, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Auterive: Situated about 25 kilometers southwest of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Auterive is a charming town on the banks of the Ariège River. It is known for its historic center, the Pont Vieux (Old Bridge), and the Church of Saint-Pierre. Auterive also offers various outdoor activities, including hiking and cycling trails.
  • Lavaur: Located approximately 45 kilometers northwest of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Lavaur is a historic town with a rich architectural heritage. Highlights include the Gothic-style Cathedral of Saint-Alain, the Archbishop's Palace, and the vibrant Saturday market.
  • Carbonne: Situated about 20 kilometers southwest of Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," Carbonne is a small town known for its picturesque setting along the Garonne River. Visitors can explore its medieval streets, visit the Church of Saint-Laurent, and enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing and boating. These attractions offer a variety of cultural, historical, and natural experiences near Chemin du Poulet "en Castanet," allowing visitors to explore the beauty and heritage of the region.