Breakfast is served each morning from 8.30 am until 9.30am in the ground floor dining room - we offer fresh bread, croissants, brownies,, muffins, yoghurt, cereal & fruit - all served with your choice of coffee - from a robust espresso to a flavoursome flat white , English tea or hot chocolate. We also offer an extensive herbal tea selection from Fortnum and Mason. Our breakfast is suitable for vegetarians. Our breakfast preserves are homemade. There are no portion packs. Butter and homemade jams are served in small bowls, coffee beens are freshly ground, tea is served in pots and milk in jugs. Our expectation is that guests enjoy a delicious breakfast every day of their stay.
For guests travelling with bicycles we offer bike storage facilities, and guests with motorbikes are welcome to park them on our gravelled driveway,
We hope visitors will enjoy their stay with us, relax, and become enthused to see more of the wonderful places our magnificent region has to offer.
Let Maison Belmont be your "home away from home"
Please note that we are a completely smoke-free property. This includes our garden and all outside places.
The house sits on a wide tree lined avenue in the centre of St Antonin Noble Val., with free parking right in front of the house and in the local streets around.
Maison Belmont, dating from about 1789, is a classic Maison de Maitre" - a Master's House, usually found in the centre of towns across France. It is a house full of charm and character. It has some squeaky and sloping floors, rumbling pipes, and odd shaped door frames and a few other quirks which one would expect from a house this size and age. Our whole private garden is open to guests. We hope you will appreciate it and love it as much as we do.
THE HOUSE & GARDEN
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Our garden is one of the largest in the town - with double gates giving a glimpse from the street - our guests are free to relax on make use of the garden tables and chairs during their stay. There are many fine trees, some as old as the house itself, namely an Indian Bean Tree, Lime Tree, and ancient towering pines. Over 20 varieties of rose are at their magnificent best from late May until July. A circular box hedge is a feature of the garden, with a stone table and benches - ideal for that summer picnic !
The breads and pastries at breakfast will be fresh from the local boulangerie that morning or homemade, and the jam will have been homemade by us, using local fruits in season.
We encourage our guests to buy local produce from the Sunday market in the village, and then to have a picnic in our garden that afternoon - we provide all the necessary plates, glasses and cutlery, not to mention the corkscrew !
The Guest's Salon
Apart from the garden we also have a ground floor guests sitting room in which to relax, read or watch a film from our wide selction of DVDs. We also have a small library of books available to borrow.