Clos Mirabel Manor

Pau-Jurançon, in the Heart of South-West France

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Clos Mirabel Manor House with the Pyrenees in the background

The Manor House – 5 Be­d­rooms/Sleeps 10+
Sleeps 14+ with Manor Apart­ment

Pic­turesque 18th Cen­tu­ry Manor House with re­mark­able views over the Clos Mira­bel vine­yard and the en­tire chain of the Py­rénées At­lan­ti­ques. The Manor House re­tains its old world charm and can ac­com­mo­date 10 guests or 14 if the Manor House Apart­ment is in­clud­ed.

It is the per­fect choice for bring­ing fam­i­ly and friends to­gether in great com­fort and in an idyl­lic sett­ing. The south fac­ing ter­race and lawns can be used for din­ing out­side.

There is the ca­pac­i­ty to ac­com­mo­date a fur­ther 24 guests in the apart­ments, hous­es and stu­dios within the Clos Mira­bel Es­tate.

In the Manor House you will find:

Ful­ly equipped kitchen
Din­ing room
2 sa­lons
Of­fice
5 be­d­rooms
4 bath­rooms, 1 cloak­room
WI­FI
Air con­di­tion­ing
Pri­vate ter­race
Ac­cess to Pool and its ter­race
BBQ, gar­den fur­ni­ture

Price from 4900 €/week (sleeps 10)
With the Manor House Apart­ment from 4900 €/week (sleeps 14)

Avai­l­able all year round

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Client Testimonial

Rating: out of 5

My stay at Clos Mira­bel was ex­traor­d­i­nary. The beau­ty of the place is a balm for the spir­it and the hos­pi­tal­i­ty of my hosts was a rem­e­dy for the soul. It is hard to suf­fi­cient­ly de­scribe the im­pact of this place. Its beau­ty and warmth are ex­tend­ed with such genuine generos­i­ty you can’t help but be dee­p­ly moved by the ex­pe­ri­ence. Ev­ery­thing is as shown in the pho­to­graphs and even bet­ter than the de­scrip­tions writ­ten about the prop­er­ty. I was trav­el­ing alone but felt like I was a guest in the home of dear friends. The trip via train to Pau from Paris was a plea­sure and easy to navi­gate. In a per­fect world, ev­ery­one would have the op­por­tu­ni­ty to meet Ann and An­dré and stay at Clos Mira­bel. I plan to re­turn as of­ten as pos­si­ble. It is a very spe­cial place.