Monday, 22 March 2010

Lodgings.


The Hothouse is a real 'chambre d'hôte' in that we only have one 'guest' room.
It is a comfortable  double-bedded (queen size) room with garden view and direct access though the  French windows.
A childs futon can be added to the room if required.

We also have slightly more... rustic accommodation (no bathroom or loo - access main house for the 'facilities') in my writer/artist studio. Sleeps one, two or three (double futon and day bed)



  Artist's studio

Sunday, 21 March 2010

Breakfast.



Served on the terrace. Home made bread and hothouse jams, fruits of the season and our own chickens' morning-fresh eggs.











Two of our flock of six chickens (all called Gladys)

                                       

                                  Breakfast served in the kitchen in the winter/spring months.

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Summer relaxation and winter sports.

Limoux has a mostly mediterranean climate, dry hot summers, and fairly mild winters with the odd very cold snap. Lots of sunshine!



mid-summer vines and pyrenean foothills, near Limoux

And, when it does get cold, (snow in Limoux is fairly exceptional) the town is well situated as a base for skiing, the nearest ski station being just an hour away. The view here is taken from one of our favourite walks up on the hills above the house.