In the heart of France's Minervois region, nestling at the foot of the Black Mountain, lies the village of Agel. Its Château is one of a line of fortified castles where the vassals of the Count of Toulouse resisted the Albigensian crusade in the 13th century.
The region of Agel is "Minervois", a wild and far away from tourist part, very beautiful with a lot of wine and tipical mediteranean vegetation. The castle is from the XII century with an old familial atmosphere. This medieval castle consists of the main building, four towers and a dovecote, extensive terraced gardens covering 2 hectares (5 acres) and a swimming pool. If you wish to find the ambiance from the past, you will enjoy the large lounges, the library, the spacious rooms the swiming pool and the park. For family vacations or vacations with friends, it is possible to rent the entire castle, the park, the pool.
The castle have 3 living rooms, 1 library, 1 office, 2 dining rooms, 1 kitchen, 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a cave, park of 2ha with swiming pool.
On the ground floor: a spacious entrance hall leading to the Great Hall, the small drawing room, the library and the dining room, kitchen and lavatories nearby.
On the first floor: the upstairs drawing room, four double bedrooms, one triple bedroom, four bathrooms.
On the second floor: 1 living room, 1 double room, 1 triple bedroom, 3 bathrooms.
In the two-hectare (5 acre) park: the orangery, terraces, box hedges, heated swimming pool,
Close to the chateau vineyards and possibility of vine tasting…