Holidays and time-out At Montgrenier

Holidays in the South of France

Our natural surroundings with a panoramic view of the Pyrenees, will allow you to relax and enjoy walks, bike rides and cultural discoveries in the region. The communal pool is also at your disposal. According to your needs, you can organise your holiday as suits you or let yourself be inspired by our community life. We offer a range of cultural activities that our guests can take advantage of as required: evenings with films, dance and jam sessions as well as freestyle painting for children and adults.

Guesthouse

The autonomous "Maison de Chéri" allows our guests a stay independent of the community.

Prices

Prices for single rooms, the whole house, for a couple of days or several weeks.

 

Good to know

Information about children, dogs, cats, public transport, cars or anything that is important for your stay.


Time-out

Do you long for peace and quiet but don't want to be alone? At Domaine de Montgrenier you can be part of community in an simple and relaxing way.

Family time

Spend a stress-free holiday close to nature with your children.
The children can roam over the terrain, through woods and fields. There are no through roads.



Activities around Montgrenier


Cycling and hiking enthusiasts will be delighted by the gently rolling hills – let your gaze wander all the way to the Pyrenees.

Creative people are inspired by this picturesque region with its playful shifts of light inviting you to leisurely contemplation.

Swimming fans can cool down in our pool on hot summer days and evenings. For those who want to go to the sea, Narbonne beach is an hour and a half by car.

Guests looking for peace and quiet and nature lovers will find idyllic places in the forest and on the edge of the fields of Domaine de Montgrenier.

Wine lovers may taste Malepère AOC wine and take advantage of visits to the many vineyards.

For those in search of culture, local towns and museums tell the story of the region's history. Welcome to the “Land of the Cathars”, welcome to Montgrenier.