A seductively peaceful Occitan retreat, with bucolic lush gardens, and a décor fuelled by a love for art.
At the gates of the Haut-Languedoc regional park, along a small road winding amid endless rolling fields, an unobtrusive entrance opens the path to a slow and easeful holiday in the Midi-Pyrénées. The Domaine de Rasigous is a large 19th-Century country manor nestled in two and half hectares of grounds.
Inside, the happy mix of antique furniture, arty touches and trinkets of all sorts makes the Domaine de Rasigous in Saint-Affrique-Les-Montagnes truly characterful.
Open from April to November.
Double rooms start from 130 € per night. Use the calendar to find the rate and availability on a specific date and to book online.
The location - The two and a half hectares of park, orchard and lush gardens dotted with an ancient fountain, sculptures, shaded terraces and plenty of hideaways to unwind - great for nature lovers. Step out the Domaine de Rasigous, and it’s a paradise for walkers. And cyclists. And drivers.
Rooms: 5 larger than average rooms, with en-suite and sitting area, and 3 apartment-sized suites. Some have direct access to the park.
Bar & Restaurant: Simple, tasty and Mediterranean. The kitchen uses fresh and local products, which implies you need to secure your table with 24 hour’s notice. Closed on Wednesday.
Pool: Yes. And fitness and massage facilities, and a sauna, and an outdoor hot tub.
Cultural exploration, Honeymoons, Luxury stay, Village feel
Countryside, Hills, Remote location