If you are looking for tranquility, high quality accommodation and a warm welcome, then Chasseneuil, 8km from Bellac, is the place for you. Original oak beams throughout the chapel balanced with some handsome stonework. Outside BBQ facilities. 12k from a large lake with three beaches and water sports, and also to many historical sites including Limoges (centre of the French enamel and porcelain trades), Oradour-sur-Glane (memorial village) and (a little further away) some beautiful chateaux, inc. the stunning Chateau de Val and the impressive Chateau de Haute-Fort; 500 yds from the Forest of Rancon.
Peartree is a comfortable cottage with home comforts it is fully equipped with everything you need all bedding and towels included.2 bedrooms a downstairs double bedroom with en suite which has a walk in shower. Upstairs has a twin bedroom and a shower room. It also has free wifi connection uk television CD player The use of a washing machine is also available The 3/4 acre garden is quipped with outside dining BBQ available also a nice shaded area to just chill in
beautiful fully equipped with all home comforts including free wi fi,uk television a large 3/4 acre enclosed garden with swimming pool,covered dining area also large decked area for sunbathing or just chilling at the other end of garden are play swings for children.Also use of all garden furniture and bbq. The cottage comes complete with all bedding and towels we also supply pool towels the downstairs double bedroom has an en suite with walk in shower.The upstairs twin bedroom also has a walk in shower
3 Bedroom Country Farm Cottage to rent with private garden located in a quiet hamlet. There are plenty of cafés, restaurants and scenic places to walk. Bellac, 3 big supermarkets, bakers, butchers, bank, pizza restaurant. For families, cots and high-chairs are available if required.
Authentic house in a medieval village. Le Petit Fort is an ancient fort house from 1630. It is located in the historic, extremely quiet, medieval center of Bellac, right in front of the church that was built in the 12th and the 15th century. It seems as if time has stood still. At the rear of the house is a lower terrace garden of 600 square meters with fruit trees. Here you are surrounded by peace, the chirping of the birds and the flow of the water in the river Le Vincou. Access to mail at home (via mobile hotspot). Free Wi-Fi in or for the library (5 min) Pets Max. 1; free of charge Cot free (on request) * Security deposit: € 200.00-On arrival you will be required to leave a fully refundable security deposit - cash or credit card * Refund: Deposit refund at departure * Extra cost (optional): Wood - 35.00 EUR - Single payment * Extra cost not included: Cleaning - 75.00 EUR - Single payment
Unique property in Bellac town Maison de Lavande is a newly renovated town house, to high standard with fantastic views it is a quiet property with fabulous views, all amenities 0f a small town, station, supermarkets, weekly market, theatre, cinema, swimming pool, bars, restaurants & bakers Settle yourself into this typical 300 year old French traditional town house, with large comfortable rooms furnished with antique and vintage furniture. Providing very flexible accommodation. The main suite consisting of very large lounge with alcove housing comfy double bed. Double curtains provide complete privacy Rooms sympathetically furnished with three large sofas and several lounge chairs. Lounge has restored vintage wallpaper on walls. This room has tv, netflix, and playstation. Then a walk through to modern shower room. There is a dining/family room with large dining table and quality bed settee for further guests. Large oak dressers provide everything necessary for dining and entertaining. Large 40 inch TV on wall with UK TV and radio plus French TV. From the this room you can access the large balcony looking towards the church and the valley. Table, chairs and parasol to relax with your favourite beverage, The kitchen is also accessed from this room, a typical French kitchen with small kitchen table, chairs, double sink, gas cooker, dishwasher and fridge. Extremely well equipped kitchen. This accommodation is large, approx 200 square metres, providing luxury, French style, and plenty of space. The top floor provides a further four bedrooms plus two further bathrooms. The ground floor provides access to private walled garden with barbeque plus table and chairs for alfresco dining. Under balcony area with comfy cane furniture to relax in after a long day. Laundry room also on ground floor with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board etc.
This unique house dates back to the 15th Century and has been carefully conserved, retaining original features including floorboards, tiles and wattle and daub walls. The house is built on the site of a 10th century château belonging to the Counts of March. It commands spectacular views over the Vincou valley. The property is heated via a large, modern and efficient wood-burning stove in the lounge. This has a heat-transfer flue system to the rooms above. Logs for the stove are included in the rental price. There are also electric radiators in this and other rooms. There is a small walled terrace to the rear, facing south-west with wonderful views over the Vincou valley and the railway viaduct. Patio set for 8. The furniture is antique with contemporary pictures on the walls. The house is in a quiet part of a pretty town and can accommodate 8 people in 4 bedrooms. Local facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance. There are pretty walks nearby. We have tried to be as green as possible. Lime products throughout = breathable walls • Heating system using sustainably sourced wood • Rescue of historic building at risk • Accessible by train from UK • Many natural & salvaged products used in restoration • Natural oils, natural pigments throughout • Largely antique furnishings throughout • Low energy light bulbs • The house was constructed to the standards of earlier times. Consequently, you may encounter features that reflect its particular character but deserve due care and attention, particularly for the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired. There are, for example, low beams, some low doorways, and uneven floors, and there is a steep drop behind the house. Arrival and Departure Our housekeeper will clean and prepare the house and beds for you by 4pm on the day you arrive. On arrival, the house key will be found in a key safe, whose code will be supplied on confirmation of booking. Guests are advised to bring a torch, as the exterior of the back of the house is deliberately not illuminated to avoid light pollution and enable guests to see the stars. On your last day we ask that you vacate the house by 10am. Dogs Well-behaved dogs are welcome
The house is 15th century with original oak spiral staircase with original treads and is built on the site of a 10th century château belonging to the Counts of March. It commands spectacular view over the Vincou valley. Tiled hall with 1930s wood-burning stove. Utility room with shower, washing machine, sink and lavatory. Twin bedroom with two single beds including a fully restored original antique Breton box bed-possibly the only one in use today. 15th century oak spiral staircase with the original treads- very steep and uneven. The first floor kitchen has a cooker with gas hobs and an electric oven and grill, microwave, dishwasher, double drainer sink, fridge with an icebox and Limoges crockery. The sitting room has a double sofa and two armchairs. There is a limestone fireplace with a large wood-burning stove. Logs for the stove are included in the rental price. A Juliet balcony overlooks the Vincou valley. The main bedroom has a panelled fireplace, oak armoire and a 17th century chest of drawers. There are beautiful views to the valley and the church. The tiled bedroom has a 17th century armoire and a large single chestnut sleigh-bed. The bathroom has an over-bath shower. There is a separate WC The attic bedroom has a large oak sleigh bed and a small single iron bedstead. There are magnificent views of the church. We have tried to be as green as possible • Lime products throughout = breathable walls • Heating system using sustainably sourced wood • Rescue of historic building at risk • Accessible by train from the UK • Many natural & salvaged products used in restoration • Natural oils and pigments throughout • Largely antique furnishings • Low energy light bulbs There is a small walled terrace to the rear, facing south-west, with wonderful views over the Vincou valley and the railway viaduct. Patio set for 7. The furniture is mainly antique, with a mix of contemporary and historical art. It can accommodate 7 people in 4 bedrooms. There is a lit-clos (enclosed bed) in one of the bedrooms - a unique antique sleeping experience! The house was constructed to the standards of earlier times. Consequently, you may encounter features that reflect its particular character but deserve due care and attention, particularly for the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired. There are, for example, low beams, some low doorways, steep spiral staircases, and uneven floors, and there is a big drop behind the house. We cannot be held responsible for any injury. This is an historic building and so cannot be entirely draught-proofed without spoiling its character. NO SMOKING in the house. On arrival, the house key will be found in a key safe, whose code will be supplied on confirmation of booking. Guests are advised to bring a torch, as the exterior of the back of the house is deliberately not illuminated to avoid light pollution and enable guests to see the stars. Our housekeeper will clean and prepare the house and beds for you by 4pm on the day you arrive. On your last day we ask that you vacate the house by 10am.