La Maison des Consuls or “The Councillors House” is an impressive,historic building which was originally constructed at the end of the 13th Century, it is situated in the central square in the medieval City of Mirepoix. It is renowned for its decorated façade of many curious,carved wooden creatures and faces which are found under the covered timber arcades. La Maison des Consuls was rebuilt under the orders of Louis XII in the year 1500,after having been submitted to the ravages of the 100 Year War. After its reconstruction it was used as ‘’The Councillors House”.
La Maison des Consuls was then burnt down during the reign of Louis XIV in 1664 and the whole structure had to be rebuilt again.
Certain rooms are decorated with antique furniture to help to enhance the character and feeling of this historic building. Each room has its own style – from the XVth Century to the Contemporary period,they are all equipped with beautiful bathrooms and some of them directly overlook the medieval square.
Breakfast is served in our attractive traditional ‘country style’ reception room on the ground floor or in our elegant covered courtyard or of course, on the terrace in the famous square of Mirepoix.
You will be enchanted by this extraordinary, peaceful little town ‘petit bourg’ – full of charm and history – just perfect for relaxation and for contemplation. Appreciate soaking up the sun whilst enjoying a glass of local wine in the central square.
…and if you are lucky enough to be here on Monday you will experience the pleasant hustle and bustle of a typical Mirepoix market day.
L’Hotel La Maison des Consuls**** has been awarded this four star rating in the Official List of French Hotel Classifications (january 2021)
Hôtel services :
|The Hotel is open all year round.|
|Smoking and Non Smoking rooms available|
|Air-conditioning in all the rooms.|
|Ironing service available (ask us for details)|
|Small dogs accepted (extra charge).|
|Garage nearby with charging station for electric car
|Reservations online or by telephone.|
Television with foreign channels.
|Children under 3 years stay free.|
– Books, documents and games about the Cathars are available in the lounge on the first floor.
Each of the Hotels seven rooms are based on an important, local personality,therefore they are all decorated in a specific style. They are spacious and have a telephone,a mini bar, a TV and a fully equipped bathroom.
Some of the rooms have a view onto the medieval square,others look out onto the interior courtyard and some have a pleasant view over the rooftops and beyond to the surrounding countryside.