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Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram



Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram



Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram
 
Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram

The Clos St Loup welcomes you into very modern surroundings.

Family atmosphere.

Comfortable, calm rooms.
Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram
The restaurant proposes a range of home-made specialties such as "cassoulet" and "foie gras"

The village Bram is famous for its circular layout.

 20 km from the ancient city of Carcassonne. Close to the Midi canal (2 km)...
  Specialities

Bram is part of the old province of Lauragais, and is 790 km from Paris. The CD33 road to the village follows the Roman road, the Romans settling in the area because of a climate which balanced the warmth of the Mediterranean with the freshness of the Atlantic. In 60BCE, they began construction of Bram and called it Eburomagus. Roman remains suggest the town was less round than the current town. Eburomagus disappeared. The modern town was born in the 12th century, built around its fortress church.The only way into the village was by a gate to the east. Bram was a centre of Cathar belief, a divergence from conventional Roman Catholicism.

- Salade Lauragaise
- Filet Mignon de porc au miel d'acacia
- Cassoulet maison au confit de canard
- Magret de canard vigneronne

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans 
Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram

Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram

Le Clos Saint Loup - Bram
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 07:00 to 15:00 and from 17:00 to 23:00
- Closed day(s): Sunday evening

Capacity Restaurant:
- 1 Restaurant room , 80 seats indoor , 52 seats on terrace   Wheelchair friendly

Opening Hotel:

- 01 january to 31 december

Capacity Hotel: 
- 12 Listed bedrooms   Wheelchair friendly
 
Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare Logis de France Logis de France
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Internet Access
* Hair dryer
* Telephone
* Television
* Phone box/phone
* Children's facilities (Beds, chairs)
* Garden
* Childrens' games
* Parking privé
* Restaurant
* Groups accepted
* Pets accepted / free
* Room service
* Pets allowed
* Caterer
* Disabled facilities
  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
 

Bram

Bram

Eburomagus, la maison de l'archéologie

Eburomagus, la maison de l'archéologie


Castelnaudary

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



Cabardès

A.O.C. Cabardès

The Cabardès region is situated to the west of Languedoc and to the south of the central massif, a geologist's dream, balanced between east and west, the sun and the coolness, the heathland and the mountain. It is here that the winds cross. They bring the intense mediterranean heat necessary for southern "cépages" (grape types) such as syrah and grenache, and the cool atlantic humidity for the ocean "cépages": merlot, cabernet-sauvignon, cabernet-franc, cot and fer-servadou, to prosper. The vineyards and wines of Cabardès have been recognized as AOC since february 1999. The quality of the grapes, the wine-making, the blending of the "cépages" and the keeping of the wines has allowed us to obtain the best balance between fruit and structure, fullness and complexity, intensity and elegance. Cabardès assembles 30 châteaux and domaines over 500 productive hectares spread amongst 18 villages. 20000 hectolitres are produced each year,of which 60% are exported....


Malepère

A.O.C. Malepère

The Malepère region was awarded AOC status on May 2nd 2007. It is a hilly area south-west of the city of Carcassonne which is included in the appellation along with 31 other towns and villages. Although the area claims a great history of wine making it was in the 1970’s that the vineyards began to be replanted and VDQS status was granted. VDQS is the intermediary wine designation between Vin de Pays and AOC and is a testing ground for would-be AOC’s to prove that wines from all the producers share a common personality before they can be awarded full AOC status. Although an obscure region the Malepère is well worth a visit and offers a very different terrain to the more recognizable Languedoc appellations. There are many interesting medieval circular villages to visit. They were built this way to form ramparts to act as protection for the inhabitants. The Cathar religion was strong here and the area is immersed in history and folklore...

 
  Le Clos Saint Loup **
 
Hotel **
Restaurant Traditional *
 
69 Avenue du Razès
11150 BRAM
 
Phone +33 4.68.76.11.91
Fax +33 4.68.76.71.60

Email -
leclossaintloup@wanadoo.fr

Website -
 
Hotel-
Double room: 55.00
Single room: 62.00 € 
Triple room: 62.00 € 
Breakfast: 7.50 €

Restaurant -
Menus: 17.00 € to 33.00 €
Child menu: 7.50 €
A la carte: 12.00 € to 24.00 €
Daily special: 13.50 €
 
Service:

Pets allowedBike friendlyPrivate ParkingTerraceRestaurantHair dryerTelephone
Wifi Internet Access
 
Payments
 
Map
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Castel Nautique - Bram

Castel Nautique - Bram

From sunflowers fields of Lauragais to mediterranean beaches through vineyards of Minervois, come and discover, at the helm of our boats and under the fresh shade of the plane-trees of the Canal du Midi, Humanity's heritage, a country with an abundant historical, cultural and... gastronomic patrimony! 15 min from Carcassonne and Castelnaudary Restaurant l'Eau Berge du Canal, tearoom and shop with regional products. A leisure boating. Rental houseboats Electric Boat Rentals (rentals by the hour or half-day)...


Abbaye de Villelongue

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An abbey that combines the austerity of the Cistercian tradition with the flamboyance of its sculptures and its romantic setting. It has all the charm and poetry of a garden inspired by the middle ages but placed in what was once a monastic enclosure. It offers a fine example of architecture and sculptures that are typical of southern Languedoc Gothic of the 13th and 14th centuries. In garden, enclosed by living osier fencing, cucumber and squash plants spill over the wickerwork and climb to invade the espaliered peach trees. Marrows and old varieties of tomato form part of the decor. On the rockery, plants grow that were used in the middle ages for their medicinal properties or for dyeing or decorations. Ancient tiles form a border to the flowerbeds. The singing of parakeets mingles with the gentle sounds of the fishpond. This unusual and restful garden is somewhere really unique to visit...


Le Labyrinthe
des Vignes

Le Labyrinthe des Vignes - Arzens

Le Labyrinthe des Vignes is the first of its type in the world. Just a stone's throw from the Wine Bar and Animal Farm young and old can spend an absorbing part of the afternoon seeking the quickest way to exit the maze. A perfect way to work up an appetite (and a thirst) before repairing to the Wine Bar for a refreshing drink and a taste of locally-produced meats grilled over vine cuttings....


Musée Archéologique du Lauragais

Musée Archéologique du Lauragais - Castelnaudary

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Fanjeaux

Fanjeaux

Fanjeaux is an historic mediaeval hilltop village with 16th c. market place and a Belevedere giving spectacular views over the Lauragais plain. It is hard to imagine that this sleepy little town with only 900 inhabitants was a busy commercial and social center of 3,000 people during the time of Saint Dominic. When he arrived on foot with the Bishop of Osma in 1206, Fanjeaux’s narrow streets must have been filled with peddlers, pilgrims, farmers and even soldiers. The women would gather to wash their clothes on the stones at the edge of a spring where a washing place still stands today...


Monastère de Prouilhe

Monastère de Prouilhe - Fanjeaux

The Dominican nuns are indeed the elder sisters of the Dominican family, having been founded nearly ten years before the Order of Preachers came into being. Their first site, Prouilhe, was initially a refuelling stop for priests combating the heresy of Catharism in southwest France. (Catharism was an anti-Catholic, ascetic movement that saw the world as evil and denied the Trinity and the divinity of Christ). This first monastery at Prouilhe was essentially a work of mercy on the part of Dominic, not the fulfilment of some abstract dream about the beauty of enclosed contemplative life. It was a practical response to an urgent pastoral need. What was he to do with the small group of Cathar women he had converted at Fanjeaux, and how could he stop other young women from impoverished Catholic families from being seduced into heresy through the free education the Cathars offered? Obviously a safe house was necessary. A monastic community grew out of these unpromising beginnings, thanks to donations of land and goods and to willing lay helpers...


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