The Ducs de Joyeuse were some of the very few Catholic Nobility in the region, so they survived the elimination of the other two million people in this area.
The rooms are not furnished to a very high standard, and the beds are extremely uncomfortable.
The food is quite good quality, in the restaurant, but you can better, overall for less money, in this area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An imposing castle with a striking silhouette; a square building that opens into a courtyard, set in a lovely garden through which the river Aude flows. Built on the land of the Cathars, the castle bears the stamp of a place steeped in history. In the bedrooms of this 16th century listed building, a medieval atmosphere and modern comforts are skilfully combined. The same clever recipe works its magic in the reception rooms, the old chapel converted into a lounge and the dining rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Chateau Des Ducs De Joyeuse Hotel Couiza