When we at Les Vigeants say we want you to get the most out of your holiday, we really mean it, especially when it comes to important details like food. We will do our best to help you work, rest and play to the best of your ability.
As part of the preparations for your trip we will establish an outline menu for your stay. Pet hates, allergies and favourite treats will all be taken into consideration as will the training you intend to do. When you get here our nutritionist can then adjust the weeks menu as your training and itinerary demands. That could be providing recovery based meals on demanding training days or perhaps you partake in a large lunch whilst out sightseeing and would prefer a lighter meal in the evening.
On a normal day you can expect breakfast (cereals, fruit, pastries, eggs, toast), a self serve or picnic lunch (fresh bread, pastas, salads etc.) If we haven't spent all day out having fun then we offer afternoon coffee and cake (freshly baked). In the evenings, we all dine together at the family table on a 3 course meal on 6 evenings out of 7. We ask that you dine out once at one of the many good restaurants nearby or prepare a meal yourselves in the cottage kitchen to give our kitchen a night off.
Our off-peak self-catered guests can still ask for nutritional advice and will have the use of the cottage's fully equipped kitchen. Of course, you'll have the option of dining at some of the local restaurants and we can also provide a taxiing service on such occasions.
(Subject to availability and extra charge)