Campsite Auberge le Cathare ***
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Campsite
Auberge le Cathare ***

Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou



Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou

Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou

Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou
 
Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou

At this 16th century priory, Monique and her family welcome you to a holiday in the heart of the countryside in the south of France.

Come and discover the priory, which nestles in a greenness and calm setting, bordering a big lake, "the Ganguise". You have lots of opportunities, like fishing, sailing, wind-surf, para-surf and also to go hiking or riding.

The Auberge is a traditional rural auberge, which provides good home cooking food using local and regional products. Served with a delicious regional wine, for example, Corbières, Malepère, the traditional Blanquette de Limoux and many others..

This peaceful campsite overlooks the Lac de la Ganguise in the Lauragais area. The site is in a rural, relaxing woodland setting with the opportunity to go fishing, sailing, mountain-biking, or walking along prepared trails.

Mobile homes, chalets, and rooms are available to rent. Take-away food available.
  Specialities

Restaurant:
- Cassoulet au feu de bois
- Foie gras
- Charcuterie maison
- Magret grillé à la braise

You have direct access to the lake where you can fish, sail, wind surf and swim (there is no life guard).

In the grounds there is a minigolf, table tennis, boules area and swings and slides etc. for children.

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans
Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou

Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou

Campsite Auberge le Cathare - Belflou
 
Opening Campsite:

- 15 april to 15 november
 
Capacity Campsite:
- 42 campsite spaces, 13 Mobilhomes    Wheelchair friendly    

Opening Restaurant:

- 15 april to 15 november
 
Capacity Restaurant:
- 1 Restaurant room, 80 seats indoor    Wheelchair friendly 

Opening Hotel:

- 15 april to 15 november
 
Capacity Hotel:

- 5 Rooms

ANCV Campings Aude Camping Qualité Qualité Tourisme

Auberges Rurales et Gourmandes Office de tourisme de Castelnaudary La Région Languedoc-Roussillon L'académie Universelle du Cassoulet  
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Wifi Internet access
* Internet Access
* Pets accepted / free
* Bar
* Library
* Children's club
* Food store
* Ice-creams
* Gas available
* Hot showers
* Washing machine
* Bungalow hire
* Leisure home hire
* Mobile home hire
* Restaurant
* Campervan services area
* Activities
* Barbecue
* Branchements d'eau
* Electric connections
* Phone box/phone
* Campervan space
* Childrens' games
* Sea/river/lake/pond
* Tumble-dryer
* Pets allowed
* Disabled reception
* Coach parking
* Paddling pool
  Sightseeing
 
- Château de Peyrepertuse
- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Aude en Pyrénées
- Quillan
- Gincla
- Salicorne - l'Eau Salée de Sougraigne
- Géobiologie
- Pays de Couiza
- Terres-cathares
- Rennes-les-Bains
- Rennes-le-Château - Le site officiel
- Le Château d'Arques
- La Bouichère - Jardin aux Plantes parfumées
- Le Musée des Dinosaures d’Espéraza
- Saint Hilaire
- Alet les Bains
- Limoux
- The Angel Art Sanctuary
- Elevage des biches de Picarel
- Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillets
- Gorges de Galamus
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Carcassonne, la Bastide Saint-Louis
- Lac de la Cavayère
- Canal du Midi
- Kangaroo park
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (abbaye cistercienne)
- Le Moulin à Papier de Brousses et Villaret.
- Montagne Noir
- Saissac
- Lac du Lampy
- Fanjeaux
- Monastère de Prouilhe
- Montreal
- Castelnaudary
- Bram
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Lac de St-Ferréol
- Lac de la Ganguise
- Labastide d'Anjou
- Toulouse
- Loisirs sportifs, Randonnées, Escalade, Canyoning
- Le seuil de Naurouze et son obélisque
- Montferrand
- Montolieu
- Caunes-Minervois
- Les Marbrières de Caunes
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- Palet de Roland dolmen at Villeneuve Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre géant de Cabrespine
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- La Clape
- Terra Vinea
- Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Horreum Romain
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
- Cathedrale de Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur
- Musée Lapidaire
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet
- Aqua Jet Narbonne
- Narbonne Plage
- Abbey of Fontfroide
- Homps
- Musée de Bizanet
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes
- Musée National d'Ensérune
- Musée de Bizanet
- Bages
- St Pierre des Clars
- Ornaisons
- Lézignan-Corbières
- Minervois Region
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Montagne Noir
- Minerve
- Argens-Minervois
- Le Moulin de l'Oulibo - L’Odyssée de l’Olivier
- La Curiosité de L'Auriol (Lauriole)
- Pirat Parc - Attraction Park (Gruissan)
- Mirepoix
 

Lac de la Ganguise...

Lac de la Ganguise...


Castelnaudary

Castelnaudary is probably most famous for a 'pleasant' dish of
 beans and various meats known as Cassoulet..

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  Campsite
Auberge le Cathare ***
 
Campsite ***
Hotel *
Restaurant Traditional *
 
Auberge Le Cathare
11410 BELFLOU
 
Phone +33 4.68.60.32.49
Fax +33 4.68.60.37.90

Email -
cazanave.monique@wanadoo.fr

Website -
www.auberge-lecathare.com
 
Campsite-
2 adults+1 car+1 space/day:
19.50 € to 23.20 €
Campervan space per day:
5.00 € to 5.45 €
4 pers. mobilhome hire per week:  285.00 € to 575.00 €
6 pers. mobilhome hire per week: 345.00 € to 645.00 €

Hotel-
2-persoonskamer:
39.50 € to 50.50 €
1-persoonskamer: 29.00 €
3-persoonskamer: 53.00 €
Ontbijt: 6.80 €

Restaurant -
Menus: 14.50 € to 27.50 €
Child menu: 8.50 €
Wine menu: 9.90 € to 17.00 €
 
Service:

Dogs allowedBike friendlyParkingBarRestaurantWifi Internet AccessLake where you can fish, sail, wind surf and swim
 
Payments
 
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