La Villonnière Chambres d'Hôtes Bed & Breakfast
La Villonniere Chambres d'Hotes - Bed and Breakfast (3 épis Gites de France)
This superbly placed bed and breakfast accommodation provides relaxation and comfort in an attractive, restored farmhouse surrounded by an acre of landscaped gardens bounded by mature trees and shrubs set in tranquil rural surroundings. Situated in a quiet hamlet just a short drive from junction 20 off the A20 Autoroute, near enough to be convenient but far enough away to provide an oasis of calm after the stresses of the motorway.
On the border of Indre and Limousin, near to Argenton sur Creuse and 40 minutes north of Limoges. Midway between the ferry ports and the Mediterranean this accommodation makes an ideal overnight stop for travellers heading to the southern regions of France. Also the perfect base as a holiday destination for anyone who enjoys walking, cycling, fishing, water sports or just relaxing. The picturesque villages of St Benôit du Sault and Garligesse are both nearby.
Evening meals are available - three courses which includes wine with the meal and tea or coffee afterwards (18 euros per person) There is a guest kitchen that can be used at any time of day or night where you can make a hot drink (tea, coffee and chocolate are free and always available) bring your own food and prepare a meal or make up a picnic for your onward journey.
Guests are encouraged to enjoy the gardens, children are always very welcome and the large garden is safe and a great place to play and work off any surplus energy. There is a small salon where you can watch DVDs, videos, play board games or just sit and relax.
Well-behaved and sociable dogs are also welcomed, particularly by Maggie, the owner's dog.
Smoking is not permitted in the house but is perfectly acceptable outside in the garden. Please note that although a cot can be supplied, you will need to provide the bedding.
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