Manoir de Boisairault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Manoir de Boisairault Le Coudray-Macouard
Travel Blogs from Le Coudray-Macouard
... tall shot glass Entree - selection of 4 a and I had a mushroom gateaux on a bed of walnuts Main - baked cod with seasonal vegetables (broad beans and snow peas) Cheese - goats cheese and more bread Dessert - a choice of 4 and I had creme brûlée (divine!) I waddled up the stairs - I did think I should have done a few circuits of the stairs to help the digestion of the huge meal but given it was nearly 11pm I thought better of ...
... location. When I opened the page describing it I was a little deflated - it was in French - bummer. I was surprised at how sad I felt saying goodbye - we had really built up a great friendship with everyone and each day we had learnt more and more about each other. I am sure there will be some long lasting friendships from this trip. And if all goes well for Dona we will be seeing her in Australia soon. The Sunday markets were in full swing when we ...
... direction of a large shed where all doors were locked. After about 10 minutes circling the area (with the gps also clocking up a few more kms for our daily distance tally) we were heading back to the patisserie for more information when the grounds keeper arrived in a small van with a huge German shepherd puffing and panting over his shoulder and hanging out the drivers side window. Our morning cafe stop required us to detour about ...
... Informative and entertaining. Unfortunately they did not ship to Australia - so I just purchased a bottle of sparkling for us to celebrate with on the last day. The mystery of the hair in the roses was not able to be solved either. We headed to the village square for dinner. A set menu with 2 or 3 courses. This meal was fantastic - we had all been hanging out for vegetables and/ or salad. The setting was also ...
This morning our luggage and bikes were loaded up and we travelled by mini bus and with Sigrid to Azay le Rideau. Sigrid was leading the way and unfortunately we were engrossed in conversation and she was in autopilot and missed the turn into Azay le Rideau - by quite a few miles - oops. The mini van driver had been trying to get her attention and Vicky had also been calling us. The sun came out early - we were not used to such a bright day so early. After ...