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Another great review for Chez Maison Bleue

Our guests from the UK who stayed in our bed and breakfast in the south of France this week, “Wonderfully relaxing visit, we were made to feel very welcome. Thoroughly enjoyable time here, can’t wait to come back, you have a fantastic place. We had great food, great wine and great company.” Shopping at Mirepoix market with lunch in one of the pavement cafes, a day out to Carcassonne less than an hour away, and rambling in the hills behind the house and through meadows of wild flowers, were all enjoyed by this group of friends. Something for everyone in our holiday home, nestling in the foothills of the Pyrenees.

B&B shaping up

Much proof remains that the back of our ancient, rambling bed and breakfast in the south of France started out as shelter for the beasts sometime during the 1700s. Thick stone walls of what is now our dining room and bar onto the terrace leave no doubt about the orginial functions of these rooms. Old French furnishings that retain the character and an iron chandelier are all that’s required to complete the transformation into unique eating / drinking rooms in our B&B. Nick is enjoying collecting 50s / 60s paraphernalia for his bar, photos of neon signs to follow.

You can’t have too many milk jugs

Do you think there are enough for my bed & breakfast in the south of France (3 bedrooms). Nick muttered something about bonkers…