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1 bedroom
2 beds
4 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
4 baths

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the price is for 1 room... for 2 persons with .2 breakfast...
neart canal du midi...
ideal for visit the cathars castels...
I can search you at the airport or the gare station...
regrads...
eve


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this relay cathars is near canal du (URL HIDDEN) 10 mn of the center of carcassonne...
10mn of the castel...
neart canal du midi...
i can go search you at the airport or gare station

Guest access

car...
airport...i can go search you...
train...i can go search you...

horse...
velo

Amenities
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Extra people No Charge
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House Rules
Not suitable for pets
Cancellations
Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Availability
1 night minimum stay

14 Reviews

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Justus User Profile
August 2016
Best stay at an airbnb ever! Eve and Eric are very lovely and kind, the house is medieval looking and very spacious. The rooms are just lovely and everything is worked out fine! They speak english very well. the pool is very nice and way better than the picture.

Ted User Profile
August 2016
Our stay was short but Eve's Airbnb was a very special and unforgettable experience. It was a rare glimpse into what living in a long standing property in southern France would be like. The rooms were rustic and spacious with nice smelling soap and a refreshing shower. The place is a travel back in time to ancient rural France. The garden was lively with a colorful range of plants and pet friends such as charming dogs. Eve was a very hospitable host. The breakfast spread was full of breads and homemade jams. If you're driving, the key is to follow Eve's directions to the meeting point precisely.

JoAnn User Profile
August 2016
Eve and Eric have a unique and wonderful place. Our family rented two beautifully decorated rustic rooms for two nights and felt very welcome, like old friends. Their pets are nice company and added much joy to our stay especially for my daughter. I cannot say enough about the experience. Breakfast in the garden was delicious and relaxing. Eve loaned us a cooler for our lunch the day we went to Carcassonne. We completely enjoyed our stay.

Paige User Profile
November 2015
Staying with Eve was possibly the highlight of our visit to Europe!! Her place is gorgeous, she and her friend Eric are charming company, and there is simply no way to describe how very memorable our visit was. We arrived a bit late and Eve was very helpful and communicative, sending Eric to meet us at a local gas station and guide us through the country back roads (helpful, since it was a few dirt-road turns to find the residence.) They helped us bring our things in and then, despite the hour, invited us to join them in a drink. What could have been a brief perfunctory welcome turned into a lovely extended chat over drinks, with Eve pulling a few different specialties off the shelf to share with us. By the time we turned in we felt ourselves old friends and truly guests, not just tourists. THE PHOTOS DO NOT DO THIS PLACE JUSTICE! Eve has beautifully renovated a 12th-century stable, leaving the unique character of the place intact, with stone walls and original ceilings, while bringing light and comfort and freshness in such a way that you just sink into the relaxation of being in a classic region of France. I have to dwell on the rooms for a few moments. The beds are large and plushly comfortable. The roomy rainfall shower runs off the concrete-and-river-rock shower floor, and the glass walls give you the impression of being outdoors. The granite (?) stone sinks offset the natural shower with a little hint of upper crust luxury. And everything was pristinely perfectly clean. Eve outdid herself on breakfast the next morning, with pastries and cakes, several local cheeses, cured meats, creme fraiche, coffee, tea, grapefruit... we had intended to have a hurried meal and dash out to see Carcassonne, but the breakfast and the company were such treats we wound up lingering. Afterwards Eve and Eric shared their garden with us, where we had the friendly accompaniment of Snow and Harry, the two large Great Pyrenees dogs, and Holly, the little Jack Russell terrier. The dogs wound their way around a few chickens in the yard, and Harry the parrot (yep, two Harrys!) entertained us with his opinions of the mini-menagerie. Ultimately our hosts sent us off with a bag of fresh bread and cheese, some sprigs of rosemary, lavender and lemon balm to brighten our car, and a great sense of cheer. This was such a great experience that it honestly has changed my next vacation plans. As soon as I have the opportunity to travel again I'll be booking a week or two here and really taking my time to appreciate all that this wonderful spot, and these wonderful people, have to offer.

Paul User Profile
October 2015
Eve and Eric made us feel extremely welcome from the moment we made contact. They collected us from the airport, cooked us a marvellous traditional meal, engaged with us and entertained us like we were family returning home after a long absence. The house and grounds are great for explorers and the natural pool is a delight, albeit 'fresh' in October. The house is like a mini castle, straight out of the crusades. Thank you Eve, thank you Eric! We will return again to enjoy your incredible hospitality.

Emily User Profile
October 2014
This is the kind of place that really makes searching around on AirBnB worth it. We stayed two nights at Eve's home, and loved it. Eve and Eric were simply the best hosts, meeting us at the station and also dropping us off after our stay - they really went out of their way to show us around their lovely spot, help us out with maps, any questions, and they even gave us lifts to the town and the old Citè. Their home is a lovely, restored stable - beautifully maintained, clean, quiet and comfortable, with pretty gardens & a range of friendly animals. It is close to the Canal du Midi, some shops and about 5 mins by car/15 bike (they have two retired postal bikes to borrow)/20 min easy walk to the town. It's a beautiful complement to the area if you're there to check out the old Citè, but it is a bit of a hike to the Citè if you're on foot. Our room was just beautiful and peaceful, and Eve's homemade breakfasts, with many of the ingredients sourced from her garden, was amazing French fare, and the breakfasts were easily the best meals we had in the area (avoid the tourist traps in Carcassone)! We loved our stay & chats with Eve & Eric, would go back in a flash, and absolutely recommend it over staying in the Citè if you are happy to walk, ride or drive a bit. Thank you again for having us!! --- C'est un trésor du AirBnB. Nous sommes restés pour 2 nuits à la maison de Eve, et nous avons beaucoup aimé. Eve et Éric sont les meilleurs hôtes. Ils sont venus nous chercher à la gare et nous ont accompagné à l'aéroport à la fin de notre séjour. Leur maison est une charmante étable très bien restaurée. Notre chambre était propre et très agréable et nous avons eu le droit à un petit déjeuner de roi chaque matin. Nos hôtes étaient très serviables et très amicaux. Nous recommanderons sans hésiter cet endroit pour tous ceux qui veulent passer un bon moment dans la belle ville de Carcassone.

Ingrid User Profile
August 2014
Eve and Eric were splendid hosts, generous and helpful, and their house a beautiful restored old farmhouse a few kilometres from the Carcassonne city centre. The room in itself was tastefully decorated and the breakfast truly delicious. The animals were very cute. Finding the place could be difficult for some, and unless one has a car or bicycle getting into town could be a little unpractical.
Eve User Profile
Response from Eve:
vs n avez pas pris le bon chemin pour venir ici...vs avez pris le chemin en terre hors personne ne le prends pour venir (URL HIDDEN) faut passer par la route et rentrer dans le domaine d alibert... c est une route tout a fait praticable ou pour vs en velo par le bord du canal...que des milliers de cyclistes prennent chaque année eric
August 2014

Carcassonne, FranceJoined in March 2013
Eve User Profile

ferme bord du canal du midi...
nationality belgium who live in french carcassonne

Languages: English, Français
Response rate: 67%
Response time: within an hour

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