The Barn Gite - SAI101
Set in the beautiful scenery of the Montagne Noire in the Languedoc, a private estate with wonderful grounds and a swimming pool, set within the forest. Perfect for families, large groups, couples or single individuals, there are 5 cottages for between 1 to 8 people, plus extra accommodation for a further 11 guests in dormitory style units. The Barn Gite sleeps, 8 people.
Sleeps up to 7 people:
1 double bedroom
1 single bedroom
1 mezzanine floor with 1 double bed & 1 single bed.
There is a large lounge with exposed beams and a wood burner, fully fitted kitchen, shower and toilet. Video and DVD player are available. Patio doors lead onto a large private south facing terrace complete with seating facilities.
An added bonus is the use of the large communal salon, games area and free wifi area, located in the western style saloon near by.
This is a private estate with wonderful grounds and a swimming pool, set within the forest, providing a selection of refurbished cottages for let. They offer a wide choice, perfect for families, large groups, couples or single individuals.
There are 5 cottages for between 1 to 8 people, plus extra accommodation for a further 11 guests in dormitory style units. See ref SAI102, SAI103, SAI104, SAI105.
Lampiot Creek is a private estate with wonderful grounds and a swimming pool, set within the forest, providing a selection of refurbished cottages for let. They offer a wide choice, perfect for families, large groups, couples or single individuals.
- Un-overlooked Pool
- Pet friendly
- Grouped properties
- Shared Pool
- Private Parking
- Golf Nearby
- Secure Parking
- Child Friendly
- BBQ Area
- Games Room
- On Residence
- 2+ Bedrooms
- Spacious garden
|rental period||weekly rate|
|05 May 2018 - 08 Jun 2018||£720|
|09 Jun 2018 - 29 Jun 2018||£1083|
|30 Jun 2018 - 24 Aug 2018||£1204|
|25 Aug 2018 - 28 Sep 2018||£1083|
|30 Sep 2017 - 26 Oct 2018||£720|
|29 Sep 2018 - 25 Oct 2019||£720|
|28 Oct 2017 - 18 May 2018||£363|
|27 Oct 2018 - 17 May 2019||£363|
Fees and conditions
- Security Deposit: £150.00
Nearest airports are Carcassonne (35mins), Toulouse (1hr 30mins), Beziers (2hrs30mins), Perpignan (2hrs)and Gerona(2hrs30mins).
The Mediterranean coast and the Pyrenees mountains are both 1 hour and 30 minutes away.
ACTIVITIES: ( On or off site activities include )
- World famous markets: Revel/Castelnaudary
- Wine tasting, Cave visits, Museums, Castles
- Horse riding, Beaches, Caving & Rafting
- Walking, Cycling, Golf, Tennis, Water parks
- Lakes, Fishing, Canoeing, Diving, Go karting
- Australian park, Picarel Deer park, Climbing wall, Gym
Situated 5 minutes walk from Lampiot Creek the lake is an ideal place to fish, canoe, swim, raft, walk or even just relax with a book and a picnic. A life guard is on duty in the summer months (in specified areas). A bar and restaurant and arboretum are an added attraction.
A leisurely walk around the lake will take about an hour but a bit longer if you stop at the bar halfway round!
For the more energetic the walks, cycling and horse riding routes within the forest offer a wonderful chance to explore this beautiful area.
Lampiot creek is surrounded by woodland a short walk from Lampy lake. The grounds are comprised of wooded areas, a stream, a paddock, large pond and lovely flower gardens.
- Lampy Bar Restaurant
No need to drive! Take a 10-minute walk to this lovely restaurant and as a customer of Lampiot Creek, get a free bottle of wine to share when you order a set meal for two.
- Chez Jasmine
For lovers of fresh, tasty, inexpensive Thai cuisine. All the dishes are freshly prepared by the Thai chef as soon as you order!
- Club 620 - Prise d’Alzeau - The Celt
Shops and restaurants near to Lampiot:
Lampy lake and its restaurant is only 10 to 15 minutes away by foot.
Our nearest town is Saissac - 10 minutes by car and has 2 or 3
bar/restaurants and all the shops you could need. Then heading down to
Carcassonne you pass through Montolieu, - excellent Chinese and Pizza restaurant and good shops. Carcassonne is about 30-minute drive away and has everything you could possibly want and very large supermarkets, and, of course, La Cite - an amazingly interesting place for tourists with its history, ancient buildings, cafes and restaurants and shops to buy lovely clothes, and presents. At Fontiers Cabardes, to the east of Saissac, there is a very popular restaurant/bar -The 620- where there is a lot of evening entertainment - bands playing etc. It is very popular with tourists and all locals,, with French and English musicians.
The village is perched in the foothills of the Black Mountain at an altitude of 467 m and has stunning views of the Vernassonne Gorge and the valley plain which stretches between Carcassonne and Castelnaudary. On a clear day, the Pyrenees mountain range forms a magnificent backdrop, creating an amazing photo opportunity.
Fontiers- Cabardes (20mins)
This village is situated higher up the mountain (620 meters) and in the evening offers entertainment at the local bar- the 620.Here you are likely to meet a great variety of ex-pats from England, Ireland, Holland, all friends of the locals. A bonus on a Wednesday is the Open mic Night, perfect for any would be pop stars!
Las Tours (30mins)
The four castles were originally built on a rocky outcrop and occupied continuously from the 11th century until the French revolution in 1789. During the Albigensian crusade, its tenacious resistance to Simon De Montford earned Las Tours the name of the “bolt” in the door of the Cabardes.
Allow an hour and a half to view the castles; if you want to view the museum and archaeological dig you may need a little longer.
Carcassonne (35 mins)
The only fortified town in Europe that is still inhabited, the medieval Carcassonne is known as “la cite” and has justifiably been designated as a World Heritage Site. Within the walls of this magnificent fortress, you can experience the atmosphere of 2500 years of history whilst enjoying the modern tourist facilities including cafes, bars and shops.
N.B. 14th of July spectacular annual fireworks display.
Castelnaudary (50 mins)
Situated in the southern area of the Languedoc- Roussillon this ancient market town (renown for cassoulet, a famous French dish) has a seaside feeling due to the large basin and locks of the Canal Du Midi.
If you really want to get away from it all why not join the French Foreign Legion which is based in this town!
Cap d’Agde (1hr 45mins)
With its lovely Mediterranean beaches and water parks this town will appeal to families wanting a variety of entertainment.
There are 5 cottages for between 1 to 8 people, plus extra accommodation for a further 11 guests in dormitory style units.
Your hosts used to live in Essex developing and running an outstandingly successful outdoor activity centre. Their work was mainly with young people including those with disabilities. They continue to manage an outdoor pursuits centre near Perpignan which offers adventure holidays for people of all ages and abilities. The development of Lampiot Creek allows them to offer a base for individuals, groups and families to experience the wide range of diverse activities available in this area.
They have used the combined skills of family and friends to develop this site. The hard work and team spirit is reflected in the warm welcome and ambience apparent to anyone visiting Lampiot Creek.