In the South West wing of the listed 17th century Manoir, Peyloubère offers two chambres d’hôte (bed and breakfast), each for two people. Many of the rooms feature frescoed ceilings and painted cupboards created by the Italian artist, Mario Cavaglieri who owned Peyloubère for 45 years until his death in 1969. The suites are available for short or long stays and are ideal for a weekend break or as a base for a touring holiday. Table d’hôte (an evening meal with the family) is available on request and vegetarian dishes are a speciality. A refrigerator, china and cutlery are provided in the suites to cater for guests who prefer to enjoy some simple meals ‘at home’ during their stay.