We stayed here for a couple of nights in September. We had great difficulty in locating the Manoir run by Rosemary and the Colonel. Queries to people in the village of St Loup Hors proved unsuccessful. However, when we eventually found the place it is really very charming and quite beautiful. Rooms are basic but comfortable and the price is good. Breakfast proved interesting , the food is very nice with homemade jams and a good selection of breads. However, it is a very organized experience with guests assigned to specific seats at the long table and conversation somewhat orchestrated. Perhaps not to everyone's liking! We visited the war room with Rosemary containing models and a great deal of memorabilia of the Normandy landings. All in all, interesting and different from the usual run of B & B.