Hotels and Restaurants: Places to Stay and Eat in Midi-Pyrénées

Set in an 18th-century house in Haute-Garonne, the Chateau de Drudas has 17 bedrooms and six split-level suites, as well as a restaurant run by a Michelin-star chef

The region’s best restaurants and hotels, including some you won’t find in the brochures

Related articles: Great Destinations: Midi-Pyrenees, Lighting the Way
Top 12 Most Iconic Sites in the Midi-Pyrenees
Things to See and Do in Midi-Pyrenees[1][2][3] HOTELS Le Manoir d’Agnes, Tarascon-sur-Ariege

This charming hotel-restaurant south of Toulouse is perfectly located for visitors to the Parc de la Prehistoire. Jean Cazorla’s restaurant serves local produce prepared to the rhythm of the seasons.[4] Chateau Rouzaud, Saint-Victor-Rouzaud

A peaceful haven in the foothills of the Pyrenees, the chateau is only open to visitors for a few weeks a year, so contact Katie at [email protected] or on +44 (0)7 769 675 418 for details and availability.[5][6] Chateau de Drudas, Drudas This four-star hotel in a monument historique listed building offers seasonal fare from Michelin-star chef Eric Sampietro in Le Verdurier restaurant.[7]

Chateau de l’Hoste, Saint-Beauzeil Make a beeline for this 17th-century manor house with outdoor pool, and wine bar showcasing regional wines.[8]

Hotels and Restaurants: Places to Stay and Eat in Midi-PyrénéesChateau de l’Hoste, an ideal base for seeing the bastide towns of Tarn

Mama Shelter,Toulouse A new hotel inside the old cinema, it boasts three restaurants and a rooftop bar.

A sassy urban refuge.[9] Chateau de Salettes, Cahuzac-sur-Vere This contemporary four-star hotel is located in a historic 13th-century castle with its own vineyard.[10]

Villa du Taur, Toulouse This boutique hotel in the old town has 17 rooms and suites. Its eatery, Restaurant 62, serves seasonal fare.[11]

Le Pavillon du Chateau, Garrevaques Facing a chateau with a spacious park, the historic mansion has two outdoor pools, a spa and restaurant.[12] La Reserve, Albi

Just 3km from the centre of Albi, in a five hectare park, La Reserve offers 20 rooms and a restaurant with terrace.[13]

Hotels and Restaurants: Places to Stay and Eat in Midi-PyrénéesTrendy hotel chain Mama Shelter opened in Toulouse this October

Le Pont de l’Ouysse, Lacave This three-star hotel with 12 luxury rooms and two apartments boasts a gastronomic restaurant.[14] GITES & CHAMBRES D’HOTES

Domaine de Nazere, Avezan A mere 3km from the village of Saint-Clar, in the Pays de Lomagnes, the Domaine de Nazere is a charming maison d’hotes and gite surrounded by ancient oaks, the perfumes of the earth and the sounds of nature.[15] Domaine de Saussignac, Maubec

This large, high-end gite has a capacity of up to 15 people – perfect for a weekend with friends, a family holiday, a business meeting, a small wedding or a birthday. Heated swimming pool (May to October), sauna and spa.[16] Domaine de Poussignan, Saint-Loube

Some 35 minutes from Toulouse airport and 40 minutes from the city centre, the Domaine has four master bedrooms, plus two single rooms. There’s a spacious living room with replace and grand piano.[17] Moulin de Jouenery, Brassac

This luxury boutique property in the heart of the Quercy Blanc has its own private beach and direct access to the river Seoune.[18] Hotel Guilhon, Lectoure In Gers, the 17th-century mansion has four luxury suites, an outdoor pool and exotic gardens. Table d’hotes dinners.[19]

Domaine du Buc, Marssac-sur-Tarn The 19th-century family-owned chateau near Albi has five stylish rooms and a studio apartment.[20]

Hotels and Restaurants: Places to Stay and Eat in Midi-PyrénéesLa Reserve at Albi, a member of Relais & Chateaux, beside the Tarn

RESTAURANTS Ma Biche sur le Toit, Toulouse

Enjoy a view from the top of Galeries Lafayette in this restaurant under Michelin two-star chef Michel Sarran.[21] Le Lautrec, Albi This restaurant in the heart of the town centre serves regional produce in imaginative and light dishes.[22]

Le Puits Saint-Jacques, Pujaudran Bernard Bach and William Candelon’s two Michelin-starred restaurant in the Gers is the talk of the region.[23] CAMPSITES

Le Domaine de la Paille Basse The family-friendly complex was developed from three medieval farms on the crest of a wooded hill. Views are guaranteed, as are encounters with the local woodland inhabitants.[24]

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