The Pool with views to the Pyrenees.
Secluded Domaine with Large Pool
Secluded Domaine with Large Pool
16 gostiju
9 spavaćih soba
12 kreveta
6,5 kupaonica
16 gostiju
9 spavaćih soba
12 kreveta
6,5 kupaonica
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Beautiful Domaine of artist in the South of France. Three cars a day pass the end of the drive which leads to a landscape unchanged since Roman times. The domaine sleeps 20 and is only 20 minutes from Carcassonne airport and an hour from Toulouse.

Prostor

Three cars a day pass the end of the drive which leads to a landscape unchanged since Roman times.

Les Jasses is about escape. The current owner gave up being a lawyer and came here to become an artist.

The domaine sleeps 20 in comfort, grandeur and style; yet it was for centuries a place of contemplation and still feels like a haven from the world .

In the early 18th century Louis XIV granted Domaine des Jasses to the Ursuline nuns, provided they prayed daily for him and his family. These Letters Patent of King Louis are reproduced here by kind permission of the Archive Departement de l’Aude.

There is a line of sight view of the walls of the Chateau de Montségur in the foothills of the Pyrenees where in 1244 over 200 Cathars chose death in an auto-da-fe rather than sign on the dotted line saying that the only true faith was Rome.

The house is the residence of well known artist Anthony Murphy and holds a varied art collection gathered over a lifetime.

Domaine des Jasses is in a Natura 2000 park; an EU scheduled conservation area of outstanding beauty.

The domain is double aspect throughout. Look out one window and you can see for forty miles; look out the window opposite and you can see for a further forty miles. There is a forest of Ilex (evergreen oak) brought here by the Romans. About a mile away you can see one other house otherwise one is quite alone apart from the eagles, boar and deer.

The grounds, including gardens, surrounding fields and wood, comprise 28 acres in total. The meadows hold many rare orchids

On the ground floor there is tiled entrance hall large enough to roller skate on. Next to it is the drawing-room separated from the hall by large double doors. This is a good place to read or doze; and also leads out onto the terrace so the room is full of light. The house holds a decent library of English, French and Russian literature. There is even a Pushkin dictionary!

On the other side of the hall through an archway there is the kitchen and further on, through yet more double doors, there is the room with television.

A stone spiral staircase leads up to the first and second floors.

Here are eight double bedrooms four of which have their own private bathroom; one children's bedroom with three single beds; and one bedroom with a single. The house sleeps a maximum of twenty with ease.

The swimming pool is a tiled pool measuring 15.5 metres X 5 metres and 2 metres deep at the deep end. There are steps and a shallow end for learning to swim. There is a shelf all the way round the edge of the deep end for resting on. There is a pool alarm. At one end stands a small octagonal pool house for changing. A Cretan mosaic of an octopus lies at the foot of the pool steps.

A LITTLE MORE HISTORY

France was once divided into those speakers who said “oc” for yes and those that said “oui”.

We know who lost but the people survived. This is still their region – the Languedoc; and they have been living here since they were given these lands by the Romans one thousand five hundred years ago. The Vatican has the list of the names of those who were burnt on March 16th 1244 at Montségur and those names still fill the Lavelanet telephone directory.

Today this land is remembered for where Catharism took hold most successfully and where its uprooting was the most difficult.

The house faces the pogue on which sits the ruined castle of Montségur where the final siege took place .

We are in the heart of the countryside where the churches emptied and the local folk, instead ,took into their houses these traveling, weaving ‘parfaits’ who would teach them their dualist cosmology. St.Dominic was drafted in to take on the parfaits in public debates. The house where he lived is still standing in Fanjeaux up the road.

Originally part of the Roman Empire you can still take their very straight roads in most directions.

Narbonne was a large Roman port and you can see where the chariot wheels have worn ruts in the cobbles of the via Domitia the oldest Roman road in Gaul.

The great fortress of Carassonne is twenty minutes away. Its fairy tale towers and crenelations the fantasy castle of most boys. The Cité de Carcassonne runs a major cultural festival from July through August. Rock concerts, jousting, fireworks – you name it they do it .

For the more contemplative there are the ancient medieval Abbeys of Frontfroide, Lagrasse, Alet-les-Bains and then in Toulouse the sublime St Sernin all in pink brick. Albi is not far.

There is a Carolingian church by the roadside on the way to Montolieu where there are countless antiquarian bookshops. On the way you would cross the Canal du Midi which stretches from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. Louis XIV had it dug to move his fleet more freely. You can hire boats or cycle the tow path for miles under the shade of the giant planes. The Mediterranean beaches are less than an hour away where you can sail and surf in Gruissan. Collioure a little further south is where Matisse and Derain lived and worked as a young men.
Towards Perpignan the Sigean safari park has -amongst other thrills – lions, rhinos and flamingos. Its situation by the sea is special.

Toulouse is a beautiful brick town of great elegance. St. Thomas Aquinas lies there in a golden casket.

There are countless stables nearby where both my daughters learnt show jumping. The pony Shaman is in the field outside.

In winter the ski slopes of Andorra are a couple of hours drive. Finally, for the classicist there are the ancient ruins of the Greek city of Empourias just over the border in Spain.

Montreal is the nearest village (7km) with shops, petrol and bakery.

Carcassonne airport is 20 minutes away and Toulouse Blagnac an hour.

Further details are available on our website simply (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Domain des Jasses


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Kućni red
Dolazak je nakon 16:00
Odlazak do 10:00

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Minimalni boravak: 7 noćenja

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