Come and discover the great "room of horses" which can accommodate 60 people, with its monumental fireplace, its warm and friendly atmosphere in a typical setting with a brick ceiling, its bucolic spirit with views of the rose garden. On permanent display, the famous painting by Auguste Renoir depicting the former cabaret of Mother Antony, featuring the maid Nana which inspired Emile Zola for his novel "The Assommoir" written in these walls. 50 seats on our zen terrace for a moment of serenity. Seasonal cuisine, made from natural products. La Marlotte grows its own aromatic plants, has a large vegetable garden on the estate with vegetables and fresh fruits, and raises its chickens. Sunday brunch available on reservation.
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