Bed and breakfast of the Manoir in Tarare, table d’hôtes, near Lyon, along the A89 highway, Beaujolais region, in the Rhone, France
The Manor is an attractive mansion of the end of the XIXth century. It was built by a wealthy industrialist in the nice and prosperous time of the textile industry.
The Manor construction is » à la lyonnaise » : from the road, it’s a simple and discreet facade, not to impress the neibourhood. From the indoor it offers an exuberant and outstanding view through a large park with more than centenarians trees. Everything is there to admire the industrious city of Tarare.
It’s true than after the industrial period of blessed, Tarare was slowed down, but nowadays it completely reborns, thanks to new activities (such as Gerflor).
The Manor has its historic period. April 1943, the owner of the Manor, was the leader of the resistance (Albert Giron). By a beautiful morning while surrounded and gunned, he ran away quietly by the park and finished the war in the town.
Theatrical atmosphere in our big house, situated in the suburbs of the city with a quite shadowy park and a pond with ducks.
Breakfasts and meals based on French cuisine of Lyon are served in the dining room at our “table d’hôtes”.
Very easily to access by the highway A89, take the exit Tarare Center.
By car or by train, it takes 35 minutes to join Lyon for visiting the capital of the Gauls and the French gastronomy.
Traduction : Missoule ARETOR