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An emphasis on food and wine draws travelers seeking a taste of rural France.
This stunning retreat is ideal for travelers with a love of food and wine. Stays here focus on culinary experiences, with menus shaped by local market stalls and activities such as cooking lessons with the chef. The property consists of 99 acres where your wanderings will lead you to a formal garden, ponds, an orangery, chestnut trees and an olive grove. Extra virgin olive oil is pressed at the village mill, while on-site beehives are cultivated for honey.
Competing with the landscape for romantic ambience, guest rooms and suites in the restored 18th-century manor house showcase décor that focuses on period style with Kilim rugs, antique furniture and design details that pay tribute to the golden age of the East India Trading Company. Intimate lounges are equally decadent and serve as a destination for relaxation as well as complimentary breakfast and dinner.