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With a stay at La Bonne Auberge in Nouzerines, you'll be 11.8 mi (19 km) from Les Pierres Jaumatres and 12.7 mi (20.4 km) from Circuit de Mornay.
Pros: Good place for a one night stopover on the way south. Good restaurant with interesting local wines. Great waitress from Cumbria!
Cons: Décor is a bit 1970's
Pros: All, flowers, cosy, clean
Cons: Maybe the bed can be improved
Cons: Informing clients that the well rated restaurant is closed on Sunday night and on Monday (the day we arrived). However, the owner recommended us another spot in the vicinity
A stay at Hôtel Restaurant Le Central places you in the heart of Boussac, and within a 10-minute drive of Les Pierres Jaumatres. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Planning an event in Boussac? This hotel has 969 square feet (90 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Restaurant was absolutely great, perfect place to stay.
Pros: Good location, Food very good, Modern interior was a nice surprise, staff very friendly and spoke good English.
Cons: Car park was a bit tight for parking. Price of food expensive. No information in English. Meal times not clearly stated.
Cons: Everything was good
Pros: Everything was so easy ,from booking in to leaving ,rooms comfortable shower room fab
Pros: Very friendly and helpful owners who work very hard front of house. They both spoke excellent English and were very welcoming. Lovely continental breakfast, hot drinks and fruit juice, fresh bread basket with croissants, pain au chocolat and french bread. Jams, fruit and yoghurt too. Meat and cheese also available. Room and bathroom was spotlessly clean with fresh towels daily. Superior room was modern and comfy. Small car park to rear of hotel but plenty of parking on the street outside too. Market day in Boussac is a Thursday, very busy but a definite attraction. So many stalls and the village centre is buzzing.
Cons: Would of liked the hotel bar and restaurant to be open more, especially on a Sunday.
Pros: Renovation done a few years ago and now an excellent hotel with a extraordinary kitchen.
Pros: Lovely breakfast, staff couldn’t do enough for you
Pros: The hotel was very close to the centre of town and restaurants. The restaurant inside the hotel was extremely nice and the food was great. The staff was the best.
Cons: When I visited, it was very hot. The rooms cooled off during the night but still warm.
Pros: The room, the staff, the restaurant and the food. All 1st. Class.
Pros: Comfort, cleanliness, staff, food, location. Everything.
Pros: Lovely spacious room, beautiful property and surrounding countryside. The property has a unique feel with hand decorated touches and antique furniture.
Cons: Nothing it was just perfect !
Pros: The room was beautifully decorated - Doreen is a very talented artist. The food was delicious, all of the courses included locally sourced ingredients. It doesn't get much better than lamb from the farm up the road and vegetables from the garden. All superbly cooked by Doreen and Geoff. We also really enjoyed Doreen and Geoff's company at breakfast and dinner, they were really good fun and clearly love what they do. Thank you Doreen and Geoff for making us feel so welcome and we hope to see you again in the not too distant future.
Pros: Clean and comfortable, hosts were excellent and food amazing. Would stay again. Lovely evenings chatting away eating and the odd glass of wine! Thank you Geoff and Doreen
Pros: Everything. Easily one of the best places I have stayed at ever. Dinner was great too. Extremely friendly owners and unbelievable value for the money.
Pros: Comfy bed, very clean room, excellent breakfast. Great dinner and wine.
Pros: The interior design was stunning , massive attention to detail ...best breakfast in France.
Cons: Could not fault anything.
Pros: Kate is an exceptional host. kind, pleasent and inspiring. The room and house were warm and welcoming. Great food, charming interior design inside a well preserved renovated house with a great view. Good window air (bug free windows). Exceptional!!!
A stone house set on a hill overlooking the village of Genouillac, La Table de Mon Grand-Père offers a garden, a bar, meeting rooms, and Wi-Fi is free of charge throughout the property. The rooms at La Table de Mon Grand-Père feature a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, and the private bathrooms are complete with a bath tub or a shower and a toilet. Some rooms have a private terrace, while others include en suite facilities with a bath tub and a shower. The cottage has a multi-jet shower, a dining area, and a refrigerator. A continental breakfast is available daily. Gueret Train Station is 25 km from the property, Montluçon is 65 km away, and free private parking is provided on site.
Pros: Accomodation was pleasant, clean and comfortable. The owner was very friendly and helpful and all our stay was perfect.
Cons: Breakfast - three days with sweet breakfast, is not enough for big guys like we are :) but croissants and the other was delicious!
Cons: Poor mattress quality and not very welcoming staff
Pros: Restaurant food was excellent, amazing !!
Cons: Nothing not to like. Genouillac doesn't have much there to do, but great place to stay.
Pros: Very good food and delightful staff - very friendly.
Cons: Not their fault but local temporary road closure made access difficult.
Le relais d’Oc is situated in the centre of Genouillac in Limousin’s Creuse department, 26 km from both La Châtre and Guéret. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi internet access in public areas. The guest rooms at Le Relais d’Oc are individually decorated. Some rooms include a flat-screen TV and private bathroom, and some have a shower and access to shared toilets on the landing. A continental breakfast with hot drinks, orange juice and pastries with jam is served every morning at Le Relais d’Oc. Traditional French cuisine is proposed in the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is possible on site and Montluçon is a 45-minute drive away. The property is 65 km from Châteauroux.
Pros: I travelled from the English Midlands, to visit the Jacques Tati museum in St Severe sur Indre, about 10 miles from Genouillac. I was looking for a reasonably priced hotel for a couple of nights. Being an older gentleman (68), and English as well, I hate places where you are fussed over, with obsequiousness and false bonhomie. In Le Relais d'Oc, I found a perfect place to stay. What you see is what you get. It is a small, commercial hotel in a lovely, unspoiled, rural town. The proprietor is equally lovely and unspoiled - friendly and helpful but not at all pushy. It's not touristy and there are few attractions in the area, other than the lovely French countryside and a superb museum to Jacques Tati and his film, "Jour de Fete", at St. Severe sur Indre, a few miles away. My room was simple but scrupulously clean. The hotel has a bar and an attached restaurant. I speak only a little schoolboy French, mostly nouns, and the proprietor spoke very little English but, with willing on both sides, we got along famously and had mutual satisfaction in communicating effectively (and that, after all, is the real point in visiting other countries and cultures). Breakfast was of the standard Continental type, and dinner was an excellent three course meal, with wine and coffee, for a very reasonable price. We had fun with me explaining that I was vegetarian; we negotiated with some words and sign language and I ended up with a very pleasant meal - a starter, an omelette and salad, with chocolate mousse to finish. I really enjoyed my stay here and can thoroughly recommend the hotel and the area, though I suspect that families with young children may struggle to find sufficient activities locally. For those of more mature years, the hotel and the countryside are an absolute delight and the hotel would make a perfect stopover on the way to and from the south of France.
Cons: I would have quite liked tea and coffee facilities in the bedroom, though they were available downstairs. I had a bedroom facing the street and, during the day, a few lorries went past, but they stopped quite early and I slept happily all night with the windows open.