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Marie Estelle Rives
15 Rue Haute, Le Menoux
Argenton sur Creuse



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Located in the heart of the Val de Creuse and on the outskirts of the Parc Regional de la Brenne, our establishment is conveniently less than 3 hours away from Paris. Immerse yourself in a welcoming and cozy ambiance as we offer three guestrooms, including two suites. Originally constructed during the Belle Epoque era, The Manor has undergone a complete renovation, ensuring modern comforts. Each room is uniquely decorated, boasting oak floors and a private bathroom equipped with a bath and toilet. For families, we provide the option to stay in our spacious suites, consisting of two rooms - one with a double bed and the other with two single beds. Enjoy the tranquility of our shady terrace and explore our one-hectare park, adorned with majestic old trees, a charming gazebo, and seasonally blooming garden beds. Take advantage of the surrounding park to relax, partake in hiking trails, and uncover the wonders of the region.


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Less than 3 hours by motorway or less than 2 and a half hours by train from Paris, you will find yourself in the picturesque Val de Creuse, on the outskirts of Parc Regional de la Brenne.
To reach our destination, take exit 17 Argenton sur Creuse - Centre from the A20 highway.
From there, head towards the town center of Argenton sur Creuse.
At the traffic light, make a left turn, following the signs for "Eguzon" on the D48 road. Continue for 5 km.
Once you reach a place called "Le Moulin neuf," make a left turn. Congratulations, you have arrived in Le Menoux!



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 70 80 441 504 OUI
Notes: 2 rooms ensuite




  • Château d'Argenton-sur-Creuse: Located in the heart of Argenton-sur-Creuse, this beautiful medieval castle offers visitors a glimpse into the region's rich history. Explore its towers, ramparts, and gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Musée de la Chemiserie et de l'Élégance Masculine: Situated in Argenton-sur-Creuse, this museum showcases the town's history as a center for shirtmaking. Discover the fascinating world of men's fashion and learn about the craftsmanship behind these elegant garments.
  • Maison de Jour de Fête: Located in the nearby village of Sainte-Sévère-sur-Indre, this museum celebrates the iconic French film "Jour de Fête" by Jacques Tati. Step into the world of this classic comedy and explore the rural setting where the movie was filmed.
  • George Sand's House: Just a short drive away in Nohant-Vic, you'll find the former residence of renowned French writer George Sand. This charming house provides insight into her life and work, offering a glimpse into the 19th-century literary scene.
  • The Pouligny-Notre-Dame Castle: Situated in the village of Pouligny-Notre-Dame, this castle dates back to the 15th century and is surrounded by a beautiful park. Explore its well-preserved architecture, enjoy its tranquil surroundings, and learn about the castle's fascinating history.
  • The House of Traditions in La Châtre: Located in La Châtre, this museum showcases the local traditions, crafts, and heritage of the Berry region. Explore the various exhibits, including traditional costumes, pottery, and agricultural tools, to gain a deeper understanding of the area's cultural identity.
  • Gargilesse-Dampierre: This picturesque village, often referred to as one of the most beautiful in France, is nestled in the Creuse Valley. Stroll through its narrow streets, admire the charming houses adorned with flowers, and visit the church that inspired many famous artists.
  • Éguzon-Chantôme: Situated on the shores of the Éguzon Lake, this town offers a variety of outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, and boating. Enjoy the natural beauty of the lake, explore the surrounding hiking trails, or simply relax on its sandy beaches.
  • Saint-Benoît-du-Sault: This medieval village is perched atop a hill and offers stunning panoramic views of the Indre Valley. Wander through its narrow, cobbled streets, visit the Romanesque church, and soak in the atmosphere of this well-preserved historical gem. 10. The Regional Natural Park of Brenne: Located a bit further away, this vast nature reserve covers over 1,600 square kilometers and is known for its unique and diverse ecosystem. Explore its lakes, marshes, and forests, where you can observe a wide range of bird species and enjoy various outdoor activities.

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