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.
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 36m2 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.
The Salon is situated on the ground floor. It’s a large apartment with a 36m2 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.
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.
This nice and cosy apartment on the first floor has a studio apartment of 25m2. 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.