La Bergerie des Anges

You are welcomed to Patrick and his wife's bed and breakfast, La Bergerie des Anges.

A barn from the XVIII° century rebuilt as a refined bed and breakfast with two intimate gardens.
The farmhouse is comprised of three bedrooms and two spacious and elegant suits all with a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere.
The old sheepfold kept it soul, nice place to enjoy your breakfast and some delight.
A warmed swimming-pool with terrtace and veranda perfect for a relaxing time.
Spa, sauna, gym room and two great gardens for the view.

La Bergerie des Anges

Bignon Mirabeau is a beautiful village one hour from Paris famous for its castle (De la Tour du Pin). Nestled in the country side in this tranquil haven is a 600 sqm farm house from the XVIII° century.

Bignon Mirabeau is a village full of vibrant, colourful history and crammed with suprises thanks to it outstanding cultural and historical heritage and tradition. Amongst the alumni is Gabriel Honore de Mirabeau, Revolutionary and member of the Irish O'Connor family. It is also residence to the great poet Patrice De la Tour du Pin.

A place with a soul.

The farmhouse is comprised of three bedrooms and two spacious and elegant suits all with a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere.

You also can eat with us at our table d'hôte to taste bio and quality season's food.

Services and amenities include: warmed swimming pool; spa; sauna; gym room; shop with provincial products and beauty products and provincial antiques and nick-nacks

There are theme weekend in partnership with societies and associations

  • Golf; hunting; fishing; hike; horse's ridding; castle or museum's visit; massage and bio cares;
  • Concerts; cooking lessons with a chef; lessons on reclaimed furniture

Témoignages, Livre d'or

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    Oréda et Patrick, merci encore pour ce merveilleux weekend en amoureux, la suite Perle est vraiment magnifique, nous reviendrons sans hésitation !

    Mickaël et Sarah
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    Merveilleuse table d'hôtes nous avons passé un excellent weekend. Merci à Oréda et Partick.

    Fred et Cathy
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