The bar at La Ferme Du Cayla is set back just off the central courtyard. The seating areas can accommodate all the guests from the cottages at one time.
There are large comfortable sofas and armchairs, and gentle lighting under the trees and awnings make for a perfect place to while away a couple of hours on a mild, balmy summer evening.
Barista quality coffee in the morning and lunch can be ordered here and taken on a comfy sofa or down by the pool if preferred.
Catch up with other guests at the daily tea-time of 4pm over a slice of delicious cream cake before an afternoon swim in the in the pool. (After an appropriate interval for digestion, of course!)
The bar is open from 11am to 11pm and aperitifs and appetisers are served from 6pm.
It has an outside stone built kitchen with a 100 year old pizza oven and a ‘Cave’ of over 50 wines to be tasted. ( It could take the whole holiday to do that!)
These wines come from many vine growing regions of France, but the majority are from Languedoc-Roussillon where we lived for many years. We are now in contact with a number of local producers and keep wine from the well known Cahors area. A bottle of Malbec is a must!
Our spirit selection has something for all tastes. Smokey single malts, small batch local gins, spiced rums and old classics like Pimms are all there for you. Try something different on our weekly cocktail night.
Whatever your tipple – or maybe just tea, coffee or sparkling water, the Tribeca Bar is a lovely place at any time of the day.