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Set in Champagne-Mouton, Vingt Grand Rue offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy free bikes, a shared lounge and a garden. There is a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. A terrace is available on site and cycling can be enjoyed within close proximity of Vingt Grand Rue. The nearest airport is Limoges International Airport, 75 km from the accommodation.
Pros: Very welcoming and helpful owners. Excellent continental breakfast.
Cons: The room was right next to a road which had heavy traffic from about 6 am. This was not helped by a yapping dog on the opposite side of the road. The nearest open restaurant in the evening was 7 km away.
Pros: We appreciated the late check-in due to heavy traffic on way to B&B. Breakfast was really good, especially the coffee! The owners made us feel very much at home from the start, thanks so much!
Cons: We wish we could have stayed longer!
Pros: Jim and Kaz were wonderful and welcoming hosts. The rooms clean and spacious, with the back garden perfect on a cool evening to chill out with a bottle of wine. The house is a converted police station (jail cells intact) located in a sleepy village, and offering respite from the bustle of the big cities. Breakfast was good and adequate. Only minor hiccup on our short stay was a bit of noise from early rising kids staying in room above, and nothing to do with the property itself. A lovely stay overall, thanks again Jim and Kaz
Pros: The host, Jim was so helpful and good company.
Pros: Stranded in Champagne Mouton with a broken down car, we had to improvise. Swiftly booked the first accommodation we could find for (being Dutch as we are) a reasonable fee. It turns out that every cloud indeed has a silver lining. The silver lining being Jim & Kaz at Chambre d'hotes Vingt Grande Rue. We had the warmest welcome and the same afternoon Jim and I watched Wales beat England at rugby (Sorry Jim, but the World Cup might be offering new opportunities for revenge). Jim & Kaz offered us a spacious and well decorated room. We had dinner at their kitchen table and had a delightful curry, homemade by Jim. The Chambre d'hotes is set in a former Gendarmerie and has a warm and authentic atmosphere. Their service is very attentive and flexible. The food was great. But to us the most important thing was that we almost forgot that we were stranded and waiting for our car to be repaired. It was almost disappointing to hear that it was fixed. WIFI is up to par, and the rooms are clean, which also goes for towels and bed linen. A great experience and an utmost delight to have met Jim & Kaz. Thanks for all the good care and the, good, and at times hilarious, conversations .
Cons: Nothing at all
Pros: This is a wonderful place to stay. As soon as we walked through the door into the beautiful hallway we knew we’d discovered a hidden gem. Jim and Kaz (a really lovely couple from Liverpool, England) greeted us with the warmest welcome and a cold drink for us all-instant relaxation after a long drive. Our room was so nice, a perfect combination of traditional and modern, the beds were very comfortable and it was so quiet, we all slept well. The bathroom had lovely touches-shower gel etc and decent towels! Same for the sitting room, with loads of books, DVDs and a billiard table. Huge comfy sofas to relax on. We have a 3 and 7 year old and they were made very welcome. Breakfast was great and relaxed - Jim gave us a photo album to look at, full of shots of the building being renovated and one when it was a police station-there’s still cells out the back-so interesting. They had loads of recommendations of places to eat short drives away-we went to a restaurant call La Cassotte in Nieuil, about a 15min drive. It was really good, catered for the kids well (there’s a big garden with toys - brilliant) our meal was delicious and reasonable. We will definitely go back to Vingt Grand Rue-Jim and Kaz have created somewhere special, I didn’t want to leave!
Cons: We liked everything!
Located in Le Vieux-Cerier, Chambres d'Hôtes les Chenes is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of The gardens of Argentor and Abbey of Our Lady of Nanteuil. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Everything. Cozy b&b
Pros: Wonderful Hosts, made us feel like we were part of the family. Helped us with so many things during our two day stay which we ended up extending to four and not wanting to leave at the end. Breakfast was fantastic and a great start to our day. Can't wait to see you both again soon :-)
Pros: Cliff & Patricia are very welcoming hosts. The accommodation is situated in a very quiet and beautiful area. The room was small and cosy.
Pros: Friendly hosts, quiet setting in beautiful gardens, good breakfast.
Pros: Friendly hosts
Pros: This is a real sweet French country house in the countryside with the most sweet& friendly host you could wish to meet made ever so welcombe.
With a stay at La Cour d'Argent in Champagne-Mouton, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of The gardens of Argentor and Abbey of Our Lady of Nanteuil. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and a library. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Such friendly hosts, the home was beautiful and well maintained and cleaned, and was perfect for our trip to a friend's wedding in the french countryside! Really hit the spot.
Located in Vieux-Ruffec, Jambon de Printemps is within a 10-minute drive of The gardens of Argentor and Abbey of Our Lady of Nanteuil. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and laundry facilities. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.