Les Cerisiers B&B, Eymoutiers, France
Price Reduction for stays of 3 days or more.
Within 5 minutes walk of all Eymoutiers' amenities, but tucked away in a quiet conservation area, Les Cerisiers is the ideal place for a restful holiday or a base for house-hunting.
As well as a continental breakfast, you are welcome to join your hosts for an evening meal which Richard will prepare using home grown and local produce. We specialise in low-salt and low-fat cooking.
For breakfast you will be served a selection of homemade jams. These are also available for sale. Flavours include: Cherry & Redcurrant; Apple & Blackberry; Marrow & Ginger; Apricot, Raspberry & Melon. These are all made from a selection of home grown fruit and those bought in local markets.
Double Room - 52 euros per night, breakfast included. (42 euros 3rd night onwards).
Evening Meal - 20 euros per head, wine included.
In the east of the Haute Vienne, Eymoutiers sits next to the river Vienne. Once a town of hide-tanners, many of the houses retain the original tanning lofts. The Romanesque church of St Etienne, the impressive Mairie and the Bibliotèque are just some examples of the beautiful architecture of the town and of this region.
Eymoutiers is well placed for all kinds of recreation. Just 15 minutes’ drive north east of the town is lac de Vassivière, which offers water sports, beaches and swimming. For those who enjoy walking, the Monédières, which stretch across the countryside just south east of Eymoutiers, are the ideal destination. There are also a number of marked trails locally of between 9km and 15km.
We are 40 km from Limoges, which is famous for its porcelain and enamels. Enamel-making began in the 12th century and still continues today. Since the 19th century, Limoges has been known world-wide for its fine porcelain. Today porcelain is a thriving industry and there are plenty of shops selling a wide range of porcelain in and around Limoges.
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