This solid stone house on a cul-de-sac was once a lemonade factory and is now a charming chambre d’hote with enthusiastic owners who live in a separate apartment on the property.
A typically French breakfast is served in the dining room or on the pretty vine-covered terrace – ham, cheese, fruit, croissants, jams, bread. Dinner is also available on request – five courses using produce from the market and including wine and an aperitif, or you can walk to restaurants in the town.
There’s a guest sitting room where you can watch TV or read, and a small swimming pool for cooling off on sunny days. Your hosts can arrange wine-tasting and vineyard visits and there’s plenty of history nearby to explore in medieval villages. Wander the wonderful Olonzac market on Tuesday mornings, walk or cycle along the Canal du Midi.