La Ferme de Boyer

2 Luxurious Chambres d'Hôtes (B&B) bedrooms,
& Self-contained Cottage with ample accommodation for 4/5 persons.
Featured in Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay -
French Bed & Breakfast - since 2009
The Pool
The Pool
The Red Room
The Red Room

The hostess is a Cordon Bleu-trained cook, who entertains friends and clients alike for dinner, lovingly prepared from local produce in season. We offer farmhouse dinners on a table d'hôtes basis, either in our main salon or in the garden.

Wi-Fi Connection is available.

Chambres d'Hôtes (B&B)

There are 2 large bedrooms, one with king-size and the other with twin beds.

Both have en-suite bathrooms with bath, shower, WC and hand basin and are equipped with hairdryers and minibar.

Prices: 55/80 Euros per room per night, including continental breakfast with home-made jams, etc.

To book, call us on 0033 (0)5 61 68 93 41 or e-mail us at ferme.boyer@gmail.com.


The ground floor of the cottage has a Salon / kitchen with cooker, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, radio/CD player, wood burning stove and door to sun terrace. There is a washing machine, ironing board, etc.

Next to the salon is a huge bedroom with twin 3' beds and en-suite shower room with WC and hand basin.

On the first floor there is a large bedroom with king-size double bed + optional 3rd bed, and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, WC and hand basin.

Also available are cot, baby bath, high chair and child's booster seat.

Prices: High Season: 150 Euros per night, including bed-linen, towels, etc. Low Season: prices on application.

To book, call us on 0033 (0)5 61 68 93 41 or e-mail us at ferme.boyer@gmail.com.


There are tennis courts in Mirepoix, international Go-Kart track and riding stables nearby, parachuting centre in Les Pujols, and a good golf course less than an hour away at Carcassonne. You can swim and windsurf in the huge Lac de Montbel, 10 kms away, which also has a bird sanctuary.

There are a number of restaurants within an easy drive, with generous, reasonably priced menus and the red and rosé wines of the Corbières and Minervois. A famous local dish is cassoulet, a hearty bean stew with duck and Toulouse sausage, which originated in Castelnaudry.

Locally, there is the extraordinary cave church in Vals and the underground river of Labouiche, or the fortified village of Camon with its Festival of Roses in June, and the romantic château at Puivert, 30 kms away.

The gaunt remains of the fortress château at Montségur (35 kms) looms on a precipitous rocky pinnacle above the village nestling beneath it and is the symbol of ancient Cathar resistance.