Manzac d’en Bas Accommodation and Meals
Manzac d’en Bas is a lovingly restored, 160 year -old farmhouse, owned by our hosts Giles and Louise Nevill, who have lived here since 2003. The house is set high on a hill over Daumazan sur Arize, with outstanding views south to the Pyrenees.
The three spacious, self-catering “gites”, called “L’Écurie” (The Stable), “Le Logement” (The Dwelling), and “La Grange” (The Barn) after their original uses, combine traditional charm with comfort and modern amenities. Rooms are en-suite double or twin, and we have exclusive use of the farmhouse-style kitchen / dining areas. The first-floor mezzanine lounge, where we gather for photo sharing, has an outdoor balcony ovelooking the gardens.
All meals are included, except for two meals taken out at restaurants.
- Breakfast is a self-service continental selection with cereals and bread, seasonal fruit, tea, coffee and juices.
- Lunch and dinner is provided either at Manzac or as a picnic / BBQ. The menu is mostly French in influence and always hearty and delicious, prepared with great love and care by our host Louise.
- Beers and wine are available at mealtimes, along with tea, coffee and fruit juices
Most dietary requirements including vegetarian or minor intolerances (e.g. gluten or lactose) can be catered for but regrettably those with vegan needs or severe nut allergies cannot be accepted at Manzac owing to the nature of the business and the almost total inability of French restaurants to cater for this.
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