“Home away from home” giving you everything you need for a wonderful holiday.  Le Manoir des Granges is a picturesque property with fabulous views, surrounded by green space. There is a variety of flexible accommodation to suit the needs of one or two people, small families, larger groups, babies/toddlers or teenagers, mobility impaired and wheelchair users. The Main House with 6 bedrooms, private gardens and private pool. The Tobacco Barn with 3 bedrooms and three further comfortable, one bedroom gites for 2 people, the Haybarn, Walnut Store and Roque Terrace, share a second pool.  Each house or gite can be rented individually or together.

 
 

Beautiful grounds, an orchard of walnut and fruit trees, a table tennis table. Close to all the local amenities – a boulangerie, for your fresh croissants and bread just a 5 minute stroll; a wonderful restaurant, Auberge Le Moustier, a short 5 minute walk - no more driving after you have arrived! Add to that, all our bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and the beds are made, ready for your arrival. 

If you want to be more active during your holiday, you can cycle, walk, swim, horse-ride, canoe, fish, or indulge your artistic side with painting and photography. Or, if history is your passion, visit the caves, chateaux, castles and grottes. Lascaux 4 in Montignac which opened in December 2016, and Grotte de Font Gaume in Les Eyzies, are both 10 minutes drive.

Your hosts Jens, Senna and Annet are on hand to help with information, restaurant reservations, repair/maintenance and advice. We speak Dutch, French, English, Spanish and a bit of German.

The original farm buildings have been thoughtfully restored to provide 4 separate gites. Each one has its own individual character.  Three gites for two people, the fourth gite will comfortably accommodate 5 or 6 people.  All of the gites are set to one side of the main house with a second, separate, shared poolRead more:

The Haybarn     La Roque Terrasse     Walnut Store     Tobacco Barn

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