I had the worst time in this hostel because i was stuck with 6 screaming high school girls who did not know how to shut their mouths and who had no consideration whatsoever for other people in the room! It was a room with 8 beds (4 double decks). It didnt seem to be too clean.
I don't recommend the place especially if you've been to hostels in Spain. I just have to say that the hostels in Spain are so much better than those in France. Its an official french youth hostel, but its quite run down, the common room isn't all the inviting, and its not something to go to if you are alone and want to meet other people like you, just travellers.
As far as i can remember it was 14 euros / night.
Nothing special. A bit dirty. There is a park very near though, which is nice for watching kids and reading books.
A bit expensive especially for students, but i really needed a place with my own room, own bathroom, and own bed. I came from a farm with compost bins as toilets, sleeping in teepees and greenhouses, collecting berries and playing with dogs, candles in showers full of spiders, courgettes all day everyday... i needed some time by myself and some time in some comfort, so i put down some (a lot of) money. It was quite pleasant though, sitting on my bed, chilling, reading a book, and eating some cheese. If it were cheaper (or i were richer) this would be a nice place to stay.
Clean. A bit noisy especially if you are fronting the trainstation.
Situated on the main D117 about 20km from city. Would suit someone looking for a laid-back and quite retreat. We stayed in the Gite a converted stable block, it was basic but clean and very good welcome from owners Wendy & Arnold. The gite sleeps 4. There is also a small auberge that offers bed & breakfast with evening meals by arrangement.
Good value for money, but it isn't fancy, it was very rural French, which we liked. The owners say they are going to modernise soon, not sure if it will spoil the effect for me, i liked it as it was. There is also a vineyard and cave that you can (should) visit, the wine is great.
This place is ideal if you are on a budget. It's just down the road from the station - which Dali described as the centre of the universe - and has internet which you can surf til your heart's content. They will even have a soggy sandwich for you when you get in at 4am!
Beds, walls, stairs, floors. The usual
A leafy traditional country house which me and my entire family rented out between us. Breakfast on the shady terrace, dinner cooked on the barbeque, salad for lunch lounging by the pool and always lots of cheap but delicious wine. A friendly family atmosphere as there were two cleaners who came round to keep things straight and advise us on what to cook for dinner.
Amazing views across the countryside. We didn't leave the villa too much as we didn't really need to.
Le Bon Port
The photograph shows the sea route that leads from the hotel to the chateau by way of the beach.
La première halte, sur le Canal de la Robine après le départ à Narbonne, est déjà Sallèles-sur-Aude - Votre bateau est votre Palace!...
The first halt, on the Canal de la Robine after leaving Narbonne, is in Sallèles-sur-Aude - Your boot is your Palace!...
For a happy cheap campsite try Domino (***), it's small but friendly, ask for Laurent! Hot showers, clean toilets, generous pitches, but it's only open between May and September.
13-16€ a night as at 2002.
One of the cheapest at 16€ a night high season, 13€ out of high season (after 24th August, I think).
If you're looking for a furnished apartment in the high season you will need to book well in advance and expect to pay large, but between september and june the vast majority stand empty and are available to rent. I suggest you bypass the agencies and go straight to the tourist office to ask for the list of private rentals (you have to phone/email these yourself, so it depends how good your french is).
After August you can get one week for around 100-150€ for a studio or one bed apartment facing the sea, fully furnished and equipped. For longer stays you can expect to pay 250€-370€ per month, a lot of these landlords like to rent their apartments to students for the 'down period'. You can try to haggle.
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