The Manor House has a series of elegant dining and reception rooms. Upstairs, the original storage barn has been sympathetically converted to provide two luxurious private suites. Outdoors, there is a terrace and walled garden with lawns edged in iceberg roses and lavender, and beyond, a citrus orchard and herb garden.
Artists and designers, Emil and Gundel Sogor, who have been intimately involved in shaping Allée Bleue’s unique identity, were tasked with the ambitious restoration and decoration of the Manor House. Working closely with the local heritage trust the original walls, plasterwork, wooden floors, sash windows, shutters and doors were painstakingly repaired or replaced. The Sogors created a seamless, white-on-white shell providing a blank canvas for their signature paint effects and Emile’s striking art. An impressive collection of antique furnitureis complemented by ultra-modern pieces, all highlighted by dramatic lighting.
The Manor House has a suite that may be hired for use during the day as a wedding venue, conference or business meeting venue (please note that there is no AV connectivity in the Manor House).
Room rates (2 Suites) from January 2014– April 2015
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Rates include wireless internet access, 24-hour security and breakfast.