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Les Florentines
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Reviewed 24 December 2011

Large room and clean with a wonderful view of the fortress. Easy walking distance to the old city. Breakfast was simple, but good. The hosts are friendly and helpful, but with limited English.

Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
Thank Melissa K
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Reviewed 27 November 2011

We had a car park saved for us on arrival to the B&B which was much appreciated. The room had character and was spacious enough for our family of 2 adults & 2 kids. Great location close to the old town. It was only a 10 min walk to the entrance of the old town. Although the hosts didnt speak English they were friendly and welcoming and were happy to have children there. The breakfasts were fine.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Thank CarlyGriffo
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Reviewed 19 October 2011

Upon arrival Mid October, the owner showed us where to park the car in the corner of a gated area behind the street. She then showed us to our room. We walked up to flights of stairs across broken tiles and were given the choice of the two rooms she had available The Mandarin room in the front 90 Euros with a view of the ramparts or a smaller room to the back 80 Euros we chose the larger room to the front, which was nice apart from the shower not working properly (but we did not find that out till the morning). After a great meal in the old city in a Restaurant we found “Le Jardin de la Tour”. We walked back to the B&B and went to bed looking forward to a good nights sleep after a very long day. At midnight the street was busy with traffic motorbikes and taxis hooting Our nights sleep disturbed we decided we could not face the planned second night, disappointed that our trip was to be shortened We looked forward to the stated “buffet breakfast “but were surprised that out table was set with no buffet in sight the setting consisted of an Kellogg verity pack of cereal each with no choice, a small amount of tinned fruit salad each, half a cup of coffee, cheap orange juice, a croissant ,four bits of bread two ramekins of jam two small packs of butter this was it we set on our table, no choice, no buffet. The owner spent the whole time during brealfast talking to the only other guest. After our breakfast we explained about the noise her comment was along the lines of well what do you expect the building is listed I can't but in double glazing. It was a well rehearsed line we obviously were not the first to make this comment. That being the case it is technically possible to install internal a acoustic shutters or at least least warn the guest that the front room is nosier than the back but that may have lost her the extra 10 Euros she charged us for it. She was far from pleasant. She does not accept bank cards so we had to walk back up the hill to the castle to get the cash for her and although we made it quite clear to herthat this was all we were doing and were comimng directly back to the address she insisted that we removed our belongings from the room to allow her to clean it, this meant leaving all our valuables down stairs and this well before the stated check out time and despite the fact that we had put them neatly & thoughtfully near the door to allow her access to clean the room if she wished. When we paid her she presented us with a bill of 11 Euros for parking My wife who speaks French then showed her the displayed price for parking 4 Euros she shrugged and relented but offered no apology ( I wonder how many folks have just paid up)
Frankly I thought the B&B offers much and grudgingly gave little it marred our visit.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Roundit
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Reviewed 10 October 2011

As the title says excellent location and great hospitality. We were cycling the Canal du Midi and though the hotel is not right next to the canal, it is more than worth the trip across town as the hotel is right next to the spectacular medieval fortress.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank weddingtog
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Reviewed 5 October 2011

September 2011 we had a very enjoyable 3-day break Carcassonne staying at Les Florentines B&B. The terraced house is close to the old walled city and so our evening stroll up the hill before dinner was just long enough to stimulate the appetite and the waddle downhill after helped the digestion.
It is in easy walking distance from the town itself, via the old bridge and the market
The owners, Brigitte and HenriJean are a delight, full of enthusiasm and endeavour to make the stay a happy one. The petit dejeuners were plentiful and the right start to each morning.
There is secure parking available which does help as the streets are narrow and parking is a premium.
The room (we had the Mandarine) was large, clean, comfortable and has views of the old city walls.
Would I stay there again - if in Carcassonne - YES

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank Gerryh600
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