Pilgrim Chamber

This first-floor spacious chamber [5.75m by 5.5m], in the South tower, has a lovely view of the pool, gardens and hills on two sides.  Its walls include a rare pink stone from a local quarry that was last used in the 13th century.  It is furnished in 18th and 17th century English antiques, and a double bed [1.4m by 1.9m].

From the south-facing window, down the tree-lined avenue, one can glimpse the Chateau’s 12th century Pilgrim’s Shrine, after which this Chamber is named.

This chamber includes a bathroom shared with the Cathar Chamber, a short walk along an adjoining corridor. The bathroom contains a large walk-in shower, sink, towel rails, hair-dryer, towels and toiletries.  The cold running water is direct from the mains and potable.