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Property Type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 1
Sleeps Max: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Year Built: 1985
Internal Area in m2: 45
Plot Size in m2:
Car Parking:
Is Car Hire Advised: No

Large living room 

Kitchen full equipped 

Close to all amenities 


The "Cité" of CARCASSONNE 


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Residence "Le Bringer" CARCASSONNE - Apartments close to all amenities

Small residence consisting of twelve apartments type two parts.
Conveniently located in the center of the lower part of the town ("La Bastide Saint Louis" in French), close to all amenities including the Place Carnot.
YOU WILL NOT NEED A CAR since all the local activities are reachable by foot : shopping, museums, the medieval castle....
The apartments are new (first occupancy after renovation), comprising a bedroom, large living room and open equipped kitchen.
They are fully equipped including a fully equipped kitchen (fridge, hood and oven).
The bathrooms feature a vanity unit with mirror and various storage
The rooms for their part, got cupboards (some exceptions) of a large double bed and various storage..
The rooms are equipped with TV, coffee table and two or three confortable seats.
The residence also offers a bike parking area.


Carcassonne is known for the City of Carcassonne (“Cité de Carcassonne” in French), a very well-preserved medieval architectural site listed as part of the Unesco World Heritage . Carcassonne is actually two towns in one. The Cité de Carcassonne, usually called the upper part of the town, is situated on a high promontory surrounded by thick ramparts since the Middle-Ages. The old town really expanded outside the city’s walls only in 1247; this is called the lower part of the town or Bastide Saint-Louis.
From historical visits to sport escapades with quiet moments next to a lake or on the Canal du Midi, every type of activities is possible.

Five Reasons to rent a Property in Carcassonne :

History and monuments:
As already explained, the Cité de Carcassonne has been a World Heritage site since 1997 and the highest touristy place of the 2000-year-old town since more than two million visitors come there each year amongst which 300,000 visit the castle and its ramparts. Made up of 52 towers, the city has 2 surrounding walls for a total of 3 kilometres of ramparts. This medieval set is unique in France due to its size and to its conservation state. . You can visit the castle and have access to the ramparts all year long. You may also discover the lapidary museum.
Carcassonne’s cuisine is mainly based on farm produce such as vegetables and poultry. Thus you may taste some of the specialities of Carcassonne in the town centre such as knuckle of ham, conflict of poultry gizzard, conflict of duck and goose, artichoke salad, cassoulet (pork skin, haricot beans and meat - typically pork sausages, pork, goose, duck, partridge and sometimes mutton -), French or broad bean fricassee, fish soup… Several vineyards around Carcassonne produce local wines which are generally used to make local dishes such as stew cooking/casserole cooking or wine stew.
Australian park:
Just 3 minutes from Carcassonne’s medieval centre you can discover Australia over an area of 5 hectares! You will enter into another world where fauna is amazing and where you may attend demos, play the traditional games, pan for gold, and gaze at several kangaroo species! There is also a picnic area and a very special nursery in which your kids can come face-to-face with baby kangaroos!!
Cultural heritage:
Two theatres were set up in Carcassonne. The Jean-Deschamps theatre is an open-air theatre located in the heart of the medieval town and offers a special setting for the city festival (“le festival de la cité” in French) which occurs every summer. The second one, the Jean-Alary local theatre was built during the interwar years (inside, the painted decors are antique) and is now a World Heritage site. Carcassonnes’s most famous museum is certainly the Fine Arts Museum situated in the lower town.
Transport links:
Carcassonne is located on the major communication way between Toulouse and the Mediterranean coast. The A61 motorway is easily accessible and leads to Toulouse or Montpellier. By train, Carcassonne is reachable via Narbonne. By plane, you may easily reach England (London, Liverpool, Bournemouth and Nottingham), Ireland (Dublin, Cork and Shannon), Scotland (Edinburgh) and Belgium (Charleroi) thanks to Ryanair airline. As regards public transports, 11 bus lines furrow the town and lead to the airport and the railway station amongst others.

Kitchen and Dining Facilities

Cooker, Cutlery, Dining Table, Freezer, Fridge, Grill, Microwave, Pots/Pans, Washing Machine,

Bedroom and Bathroom Facilities

1 Bedrooms, 1 Double Beds, 1 Single Beds, 1 Bathrooms, Free Towels,

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Contact the owner direct, to get a great deal on a vacation in CARCASSONNE.
Advertiser since: Oct 2010
Company Name: La Bastide Immobilier
Address: 58 rue de Verdun
Phone: 0033468716335
Languages Spoken:
English French


Date Added: Tue 05 Oct 2010
Updated: Tue 05 Oct 2010

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