Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède **** - La Pomarède
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Hostellerie du Château
de la Pomarède ****

Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède



Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède



Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède
 
Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède

Nathalie and Gérald Garcia invite you to their table in a superb 11th century Cathar castle and offer you a chance to taste their special dishes, compositions with heady flavours, subtly seasoned with spices and condiments, and using fresh, seasonal products from the region.

You may also stay in one of the seven bedrooms in the hotel upstairs, reached along narrow corridors in which the subdued lighting is reminiscent of the magical atmosphere of medieval châteaux....

Gérald Garcia’s creative, refined cuisine is rooted in an unashamed regional identity based on favourite products (foie gras, pigeon, calf sweetbreads, blood sausage, Lauragais lamb...) used with great style.
You may have your meal in the restaurant, situated in the château’s former ballroom – a wonderful combination of old-style charm and modern, clean lines - , or on fine days on the large belvedere terrace, looking out on majestic countryside as far as the eye can see.
  Specialities

Seven rooms located on the first floor of the château offer a spectacular view on a bucolic panorama. Renovated with taste to meet a sophisticated clientele’s expectations, each room is different and carries the name of a renowned personality from our region.

The choice lies somewhere between the snug intimacy of our « cosy » room dedicated to Pierre-Paul Riquet (the architect of the Canal du Midi) decorated in soothing brown and tan colors, or the majestic atmosphere of the « Comtes de Toulouse » suite, named for the brave lords who stayed in this ancestral castle.

- Noix de Saint Jacques rôties, flan de courge « butternut » vinaigrette au beurre noisette
- Colvert de Sabournac, tatin de carmine et crumble de châtaignes
- Côtes d’agneau du Lauragais en croûte d’agrumes, artichauts violets et patate douce, jus Mentholé
- Blanc manger aux olives, tomates confites et mâche à l’huile de vanille

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans Cataluña - Catalan - Katalonien - Catalana - Catalaans
Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède
Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède

Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède

Hostellerie du Château de la Pomarède
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:30 to 22:00

Capacity Restaurant:
- 1 meeting room, 2 Restaurant rooms, 94 seats indoor   Wheelchair friendly
Châteaux et Hôtels Collection Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare Aude Tourisme Guide Michelin
Opening Hotel:

- 01 january to 31 december

Capacity Hotel: 
- 14 Bedrooms, 1 equiped meeting room, 20 places in meeting rooms   Wheelchair friendly 
 
Logis d’Exception Symboles de France Condé Nast Johansens Office de Tourisme Intercommunal aux sources du Canal du Midi Revel The Good Hotel Guide

Cabardès au Canal du Midi Relais du Silence Office de tourisme de Revel-Saint-Ferréol-Montagne Noire Tourisme Tarn

Equipments and Services:
  * Swimming Pool
* Wifi Internet Access
* Mini Bar
* Room Service
* TV lounge
* Television
* Public car park 
* Bar
* Restaurant
* Hair dryer
* Pets allowed
* Garden
* Disabled reception
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- Sidobre
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Hostellerie du Château
de la Pomarède ****
 
Hotel ****
Restaurant ***

Château de la Pomarède
11400 LA POMAREDE

Phone +33 4.68.60.49.69
Fax +33 4.68.60.49.71

Email -
hostellerie-lapomarede@wanadoo.fr

Website -
www.hostellerie-lapomarede.fr
 
Hotel-
Double room:
110.00 € to 200.00 €
Triple room ( 3/5):
250.00 € to 300.00 €
Breakfast: 18.00 €

Restaurant -
Menus: 49.00 € to 102.00 €
Child menu: 18.00 €
A la carte: 22.00 € to 70.00 €
Wine menu:
25.00 € to 1500.00 €

Daily special: 25.00 € to 29.00 €

Service:

Pets allowedBike friendlyParkingRestaurantBarSwimmingpoolTelephone
Hair dryerMeeting roomWifi Internet Access
 
Payments
 
Map
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