Maison Juliette is owned by two California couples: Eric and Jeannine and their good friends, Ian and Sue.
Eric grew up in Paris and always dreamed of owning a second home in the south of France. His wife Jeannine was easily convinced of the wisdom of this idea :-), and their enthusiasm soon infected their close friends, Sue & Ian.
We wanted a vacation home in the center of a small city - walking distance shops, restaurants and tourist sights - so we could relax and experience the European pedestrian-centered lifestyle, and our teenagers could be independent but still safe.
Carcassonne is friendly city with about 50,000 residents. The Cite is the largest restored castle in all of Europe, attracting three million visitors each year. Carcassonne is far enough south that the weather is temperate all year. The beach is only a 45-minute drive away - unless you count the lake, which the locals call "Carcassonne Beach" :-).
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Maison Juliette is a beautiful and luxurious stone house in the center of Carcassonne, perfect for large families or groups of friends. Walk to the medieval castle, Canal du Midi, pedestrian shopping streets, and hundreds of great restaurants! The house, built in the 1860's, spans 3000 square feet of living space on two…
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100% of guests would stay again
Left on Apr 30, 2014 for a stay in March 2014
We were a party of five who stayed at Maison Juliette for 4 nights during March 2014, After spending 10 nights in hotels it was great to be able to unpack our suitcases, catch up on the washing and cook a pot of soup. The bakery around the corner had croissants to die for and we enjoyed these every morning. The island bar in the kitchen was perfect for chatting after a day out whilst enjoying a … See more
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