Although the camp­site is only open from the 1st of April to the 31st of Octo­ber, most our oth­er accom­mo­da­tion options are avail­able all year round. 

The façade of the Manor is engraved with Pax in hanc domum” — Peace in this house”.

The Manor house was built in 1732 and is divid­ed into four Old-Style fur­nished apart­ments for as many fam­i­lies. The stu­dio apart­ments are ide­al in the ear­ly and late sea­son for small­er groups eg cou­ples. Attrac­tive rates are applied. All rooms have peri­od fur­ni­ture, beau­ti­ful orig­i­nal wood­en or tile floors. The cup­boards and beds (equipped with new mat­tress­es) fit per­fect­ly with the style of the house. Each apart­ment has a pri­vate kitchen and bathroom.

In the large gar­den, where every apart­ment has its own place with a table and chairs, one can enjoy the out­doors in the shade of the mag­no­lias, palm trees and mul­ber­ry trees.

La Grande Cui­sine (The Large Kitchen)

This spa­cious apart­ment is locat­ed both on the ground floor and on the first floor, the name lends itself to the large and cosy kitchen that belongs to this apartment. 

The apart­ment con­sists of a stu­dio apart­ment of 36 m² with a dou­ble bed and a cosy sit­ting area with a fireplace. 

On the first floor you will find the sec­ond room with a dou­ble bed and a wash basin. 

The kitchen and bath­room are sit­u­at­ed on the ground floor.

Le Salon (The Salon)

The Salon is sit­u­at­ed on the ground floor. It’s a large apart­ment with a 36 m² stu­dio-room (which is the orig­i­nal salon of the house) with one dou­ble bed. This room has a pas­sage to the bed­room with two sin­gle beds, which leads to the kitchen and the bathroom.

This apart­ment has a pri­vate ter­race on the west-side of the house.

Bleu et Vert (Blue and Green)

This apart­ment on the first floor is the biggest and per­haps the most beau­ti­ful apart­ment. The blue room is a stu­dio room with a dou­ble bed, a sofa, a table and chairs, a wardrobe and a dress­ing table. The kitchen and the bath­room are adja­cent to the room.

A wide hall­way with a sit­ting area and a bal­cony over­look­ing the large gar­den with unusu­al trees sep­a­rates the blue from the green room. The green room is a stu­dio room with two sin­gle princess-beds, two arm­chairs, a wardrobe, a dress­ing table, a table and chairs.

La Béa­trice (The Beatrice)

This nice and cosy apart­ment on the first floor has a stu­dio apart­ment of 25 m². There is one dou­ble bed and a plush red couch with match­ing arm­chair, a cup­board and a table with chairs.

A small hall with access to the bath­room sep­a­rates the two rooms. The sec­ond room (the cosy attic’, the name itself derives from the stairs to the attic of the house) has a dou­ble bed, a wash basin, a cup­board and a table and chairs.