7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2 ha park with swimming pool with comfort and anti
- english, french, spanish
About Martine Ecal-Besse
Having worked for several decades as a company executive then as a consultant in Paris, I settled in this small village of Agel a decade ago to undertake the restoration of the castle.
Why Martine Ecal-Besse chose Agel
The oldest part of the castle dates from the twelfth century. My family owned the castle since 1764. In 2005, we came to live with my husband in the castle that we have completely renovated while retaining the family furniture so that it keeps its soul and its charm.
What makes this Castle unique
This castle is a beautiful authentic house full of charm, off the beaten track. It combines calm, comfort and tradition. The village of Agel is a very pretty village in the heart of a region of vineyards and tourist sites Cathars.
Check-in: 5:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
My wife, family and some friends stayed for one week at Chateau d'Agel in June 2016.
Everything about our stay surpassed expectations and we truly hope to visit it again some day in the future.
The owners Martine and Jean-Marie are the most pleasant and helpful hosts you could wish for, without being overbearing or intrusive.
Chateau d'Agel also has its own wine label, which is reasonably priced and very good quality.
A/Coming by car
From Paris and the North:
Leave autoroute A9 or A75 by the exit for Béziers Ouest, direction St Pons. Then take the slip road marked Montady / Capestang (D11). Drive approximately 25 km to Cabezac. At Cabezac turn right towards Bize-Minervois (follow the D26 for 2km). At Bize, follow signs to Agel (take the D26 for 4 km then the D20 for 2 km).
From Toulouse or Carcassonne :
On autoroute A61 towards Narbonne, take the exit marked Lézignan-Corbières and follow the D611 towards Olonzac (11km). At Olonzac take the D52E3 for 2 km towards Beaufort. At Beaufort drive along the D910 for 10 km towards Aigues-Vives. At Aigues-Vives turn right towards Agel (3 km along the D20).
Take autoroute A54 towards Nîmes, then autoroute A9 towards Montpellier, leaving at the Béziers Ouest exit towards St Pons. Then take the slip road marked Montady / Capestang (D11). Drive approximately 25 km to Cabezac. At Cabezac turn right towards Bize-Minervois (follow the D26 for 2km). At Bize, follow signs to Agel (take the D26 for 4 km then the D20 for 2 km).
Narbonne : 25 km.
Béziers : 35 km.
Carcassonne: 50 km.
Béziers-Vias: 45 km.
Carcassonne-Salvaza : 55 km
Montpellier- Méditerranée : 120 km
Toulouse-Blagnac : 150 km
Visit Beziers, Narbonne with their cathedrals, the ancient walled city of Carcassonne, the ancient Cathar city of Minerve, the chateaux of Cathars, the abbaye of Lagrasse and the cistercian abbaye of Fontfroide.
Take a drink along the canal du Midi or make a journey trip in the Montagne Noire, offering hiking, moutain biking, fishing.
Attractions around Agel : tennis, bathing, parachuting, plane (your hostess holds a private pilot's licence), canoling, African reserve of Sigean.