Traditional house on the quiet countryside. 5 tastefully decorated rooms ensuite. Guest room and library. Garden, court yard, parking. Superb view. Lower prices when booking more than 2 and 6 nights. Special holidays for walking, cycling, mountain biking and golf. Excellent starting point for the discovery of the Creuse and Indre region. There's also a lovely 4 persons gîte availabe.
Rates and availability
Communal meal (Table d'hôtes)
5% discount for stays of 3 nights and more
Special holidays and breaks : http://www.veilouqueri.com/english/sejoursvacances.htm
2 grated cucumber (washed but not peeled without seeds)
1 clove pressed garlic
125 ml fresh cream
Half a liter of yogurt or cottage cheese
Of fresh dill (you can never have too)
Boil water with the bouillon cube and cucumber. Let cool and add all other ingredients. Add salt and pepper if necessary. Mix with the robot. Put in refrigerator several hours before serving, pourque the soup is cold. Chef's suggestion: Add to gladly pieces of smoked salmon.
You can do the same soup, but hot with cooked shallots in butter and fresh coriander instead of dill
Table d'hôtes saisonnière
Wine coffee included
Breakfast / Diner
Value for money
Martin and Lesley
Creuse in the Spring
We had driven from Calais, and by the time we reached Moutier-Malcard we were tired and hungry, Corrie and Ron made us feel so welcome! They were the perfect hosts, the food was excellent, and the beds comfortable: their home is beautiful, and it was a delight to spend our short break in the beautiful Creuse with them.
Again a great stay
It was now the third time we went to Vei Lou Quéri in Moutier Malcard, Creuse France. This time we toke the option of the gite, part of the estate. We loved it from the moment we walked in, spacious, friendly atmosphere and a very large private garden. On our special request, although we stayed in this self contained house, Ron en Corrie, the owners, provided us in the common 'salle a manger' with a breakfast and dinner in the evening. We can only say, go there and see it for yourself.
Peace and Quiet for a relaxing stopover en route south
Although I was late arriving Corrie served up a 3 course delicious French supper. The tasteist homemade soup, with secret ingredients, homemade chicory tart with local organic veal and blue veined cheese and I still managed the bitter cherry tart with formage frais and half carafe of local red wine! A delicious introduction to French cooking. I ate alone but the atmosphere in the house was very relaxing after a long drive, the rooms full of art and photos from their travels and they made me feel very welcome. They had lit the fire in the library - a place for guests to unwind, with sofa and chairs. After a great nights sleep and good shower I was offered a superb continental breakfast - homemade muesli, croissants, range of breads, a truely fresh boiled egg, cheese, variety of tasty jams and jug full of coffee. Stop here on your way south, arrive early, (only one hour from Chateauroux A20, then onwards cross country to A71 and Clermont Ferrand) enjoy the location, stay longer, explore the region. They are warm and generous dutch hosts who speak good French and English. The only thing I would recommend is not to arrive too late to really enjoy Vei Lou Queri.