28 Route De Feurs, Tarare, 69170

Pretty mansion of the end of XIXème century. At the end of the XIXth century, you will find a theatrical atmosphere at the exit of the town of Tarare, very easy to reach from the A89 (exit Tarare Center). We offer 4 guest rooms (1 on the ground floor, 1 on the ground floor and 2 on the second floor). Each room has a bed 2 people in 1.60 (possibility of separating the beds in the Room Astrologist) and a room of water and toilet. The breakfasts will be served in the common stay as well as the meals in Table d'Hôtes, to taste absolutely !! Private parking.

Description of Un Manoir à Tarare Bed & Breakfast:

Pretty Manor of the late nineteenth century built by an industrialist in the belle epoque or the textile was flourishing.
A building "à la lyonnaise". A simple and discreet facade on the side of the road, not to disturb and the exuberant side, with all it takes, to look at the good industrious city of Tarare through trees more than a hundred years old.
If Tarare, After this blessed period was no longer at the party, it has taken its breath and is reborn now thanks to new activities. (Gerflor)
The Manor has its historical period. One fine morning of April 1943 he found himself surrounded and strafed. The owner of the time was the leader of the resistance (Albert Giron) he fled quietly through the park and ended the war down in town.
We have installed 4 guest rooms, as well as reception rooms to celebrate. Theatrical atmosphere in this large house on the edge of the town with its shaded park and duck pond. Breakfasts are served in the dining room of the manor as well as meals of Lyon cuisine at the table d'hôtes.
Very easy to reach from the A89 motorway (exit Tarare Center) we are 35 minutes from Lyon by car or train, If you want to visit the capital of Gaul and gastronomy.
Private enclosed car park. Wifi


Prices in €
Daily Price Weekly Price
min. max. min. max.
extra bed.
(2 pers.)
4 79 79 20


Handicapped Access
Dinner served
Animals accepted
Credit cards accepted

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