Lakeside Bed & Breakfast
Located in a beautiful rural setting overlooking it's own private lakes, our Bed and Breakfast/Chambres d'Hotes is only 5.5 miles from the town of Pompadour, famous for it's Chateau, horse racing and National Stud. We are also only 2 miles from the picturesque village of Segur Le Chateau, voted one of the 'plus beaux villages de France'.
Our house is of modern design, fully centrally heated, offering two double rooms with private bathroom.
Tariff includes double room with private bathroom,
Full continental breakfast,
Ample free off-road parking
Local attractions include:-
The Limousin region
This stunningly beautiful region of still lakes, fast flowing streams, gentle rolling valleys and forested mountains has been one of the best kept secrets in France. From the lovely old city of Limoges to the tiny hamlets scattered across the hills and forests, and the pure rivers and lakes, discover the friendliness and old world charm of one of the last remaining havens of the 'real France'.
Whether you want to ride the white water rapids, swim in the still lakes, immerse yourself in the Limousin's diverse culture, discover the plethora of wildlife, trek the thousands of kilometres of country trails or just totally relax and rediscover the true nature of peace and tranquility, then the Limousin is for you . . . . . . . . . .
Most famous for its race course and home to the national stud, a visit is a must for all lovers of things equine. The town of Pompadour is also home to a stunning castle given by Louis XV to his mistress Jeanne Le Normant d'Etiolles, well worth a visit. The year is packed with equestrian events with the highlight a packed program of events each and every Bastille Day.
Segur Le Chateau: (4km)
A stunning village, half timbered houses, 12c castle and the Auvézère running through the centre make this an ever popular place to visit for the area's tourists. In the summer months a market picnic is held every Monday as well as many other events due to an enthusiastic team on the village's committee de fêtes.
The Brive region has strong gastronomic traditions and a wealth of places to visit and things to do. Known as the gateway to the South this area benefits from the mildest climate in the Limousin making it the perfect place for a relaxing break.
The town's passion is their rugby team. A large weekly market is popular with residents and tourists alike as is the giant annual book fair and monthly brocante.
Each summer a simulated beach is installed, and enjoyed by thousands
Collonges La Rouge:
Many years ago this village was a regular rest point for pilgrims on the route Santiago de Compostela. This unique sandstone village has some of the most stunning architecture in the area. The village is very popular with tourists and the streets are closed to traffic, although plenty of parking is provided on the outskirts
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This page was last updated: 11 January 2015