Breakfast alfresco at one of the bistro tables in Le Trésor’s lush and leafy terraced gardens.
Loose and leisurely.
Breakfast is particularly special, with fresh fruits, yoghurts, muesli and warm, fluffy croissants from the village boulangerie. Three evenings a week, Jules the owner prepares delightful three-course dinners; this depends on how many guests are dining so a day's notice is advised. Dishes are usually Mediterranean in style, with a little British influence; the menu changes frequently, but previous meals have included smoked trout with mustard dressing, home-made pea and mint soup and wild mushroom risotto with parmesan crisps. At guests' behest, grazing boards piled with local delicacies like local cured meats, cheese, salad and baguette can be rustled up in the evenings to share in the garden.
The honesty bar in the lounge is packed with local vintages, soft drinks and spirits. There’s plenty of books and magazines to leaf through, and a pool table on hand too.
Breakfast runs from 9.30am to 10.30am, and dinner from around 7.30pm to 8.30pm; however, both times are flexible and the owners will try to accommodate late and early diners. Grazing boards aren't available on Sunday evenings.