Le Manoir de Port-Cros restaurant
Beautiful 19th century Provençal mansion with white facade and turrets was transformed into a hotel, in respect of the surrounding nature. Magical place with old-fashioned charm but offers a warm welcome.
Built around 1840, the Manoir is a Provençal bastide with a vaguely colonial character. One comes here for its timeless atmosphere, the calm and freshness of its park of hundred-year-old eucalyptus trees and the impression of being received with the courtesy of an old family home.
The rooms of the Manor are all different and are located within the walls of the old bastide. They offer spaces from fifteen to forty square metres, depending on your choice of a simple shower, a bathroom, or a larger volume (in duplex) if you are accompanied by children or relatives. Finally, two maisonettes, overlooking the gardens, offer even more space and privacy.
All the rooms overlook the park and preserve a silence conducive to rest. The only sound that can disturb the peace of the night is the song of the little duke.
Nestled between ancient dry stone walls and a dense hedge of white, pink and red laurels, the Manor's swimming pool is a private space reserved for its guests.
Throughout the summer, the Table du Manoir offers Provençal and Mediterranean specialities revisited with precision and refinement.
For lunch and dinner, you can choose from a menu including starter, main course and dessert. A fixed menu is offered each evening to residents on half-board. Finally, depending on the catch of the day, the Chef will prepare lobsters or local fish in his own way.
Types of cuisine
- Mediterranean cuisine
- Traditional French cooking
- Vegetarian cuisine
- Provençal cuisine
- Gluten-free dishes
- offers dishes "homemade"
Comfort / services
Means of payment
- Bank/credit card
|From 09 May to 29 Sep 2024
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