The gite covers an area of 45 m². The space is practical, with clear, well equipped kitchen, a dining table with four chairs, a seating area and a separate sleeping area. The bathroom has a shower and a small bath. From the private terrace you have a view on both the courtyard as the Green Valley for the Manor.
In high season the gîte Manseng is for rent from Saturday 4 pm till Saturday 10 am.
In the kitchen there is a gas stove with four basins and oven, a microwave, a fridge with freezer, a coffee maker, an electric water kettle, a toaster, a large and a small pan, 4 good cooking pots, a saucepan, some oven dishes and plenty of small kitchen equipment.
Who wants to can use the joint washing machine.
On request we deliver you a baby cot and high chair.
* Neighborhood information:
In the middle of rural France, surrounded by pasture and woodland, Le Manoir is build against a hill situated in the quiet hamlet of La Forge, hidden at the beginning of the sheltered valley of the Borrèze river (an affluent of the Dordogne river). Souillac is three miles distance away, a popular market town with lots of restaurants, shops, banks and other facilities and famous for its abbey church with beautiful sculptures.
The area is one of the most beautiful and particularly liked of France and offers an ideal combination of landscape variations, an overflow of culture and the excellent cuisine, all influenced by the mild Mediterranean climate. Le Manoir is the ideal point of departure to visit the many impressive castles and medieval villages, as well as prehistoric cave paintings and carvings. We invite you to discover the richness of the Quercy-Périgord.
* Check in: from 16:00h to 21:00h
* Check out: from 0:00h to 10:00h
* Age restrictions: None
* Not accepted: Parties,Football fans,Any kind of pet,Smokers
* Security deposit: € 150.00-On arrival you will be required to leave a fully refundable security deposit - cash
* Refund: Deposit refund at departure
* Extra cost already included:
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