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A stay at Hotel La Tour Blanche places you in the heart of Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, and within a 15-minute drive of Jumillac Castle. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A quiet place near the lake where you can swim and walk around. Dominik (owner and manager) is very friendly and helpful person.
Cons: Breakfast was very simple.
When you stay at Maison du Moulinassou in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, you'll be 13 minutes by car from Jumillac Castle. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: I had a few great days in St Yriex! The owners were very hospitable and flexible. I recommend this B&B to everyone who wants to visit the Limousin.
Situated in Coussac-Bonneval, Hotel des Voyageurs, Restaurant le Kaolin features a garden and a terrace, just a 4-minute walk from the Bonneval Castle. Free private parking is available. The rooms at Hotel des Voyageurs, Restaurant le Kaolin feature a TV with Pay-per-view channels and a private bathroom with bathtub, hairdryer and free toiletries. Some have direct access to the garden. There is a gastronomic restaurant on site serving traditional and regional food. Guests can also relax at the hotel’s bar. Every morning, a continental breakfast is served. Free Wi-Fi is provided in the common areas and fishing is available nearby, for an extra fee. The hotel is 30 km away from the Route of Richard the Lionheart. Limoges is a 40-km drive away and Brive-la-Gaillarde is just 69 km away.
Pros: Different from the norm, but a good feel about it. Looked out the balcony doors to the chateau.
Pros: The hotel was quirky and charming. The owner was warm, friendly and welcoming. If you do get to stay here, please eat in the restaurant as the food is absolutely amazing.
Cons: There wasn't anything that we didn't like.
Pros: Very clean, great location for my stay
Pros: meals excellent. Staff friendly and helpful, View of the chateau from the bedroom
Pros: The hotel is a classic French country hotel in a beautiful village and while I am sure some people will find faults We loved it.
Pros: Continental. Good value for money and well presented
Cons: We loved the old worldy, old French style hotel. Almost a time capsule. Fabulous.
Pros: Hotel was nice but needs updating staff were very helpful
Cons: bed was uncomfortable and rooms needed updating
This bed and breakfast is set in a 16th century building in La Roche-l’Abeille, in the Limousin region. It offers a garden with a terrace and a pond, and guests are invited to dine in the Michelin-starred restaurant. Each air-conditioned guest room features exposed stone walls and wooden beams, and includes a flat-screen TV and a minibar. All en suite rooms provide views of the pond or the garden. Traditional French cuisine and local specialities are proposed in the on-site gourmet restaurant, and the bed and breakfast has a large wine cellar. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the breakfast area or in the guest room. Free private parking is available and Périgord Limousin Regional Nature Park is 20 km away. The bed and breakfast is 36 km from central Limoges and Limoges-Bénédictins Train Station.
Pros: The evening meal on the terrace was idyllic and the food outstandingly good. Very friendly welcome and service plus an excellent breakfast. Highly recommended!
Pros: The best setting in rural France; pure calm bliss with the most incredible owners, staff and restaurant. I came in 2001 and their standard had not changed!
Pros: Beautiful cottage self contained
Cons: No wifi and very phone reception
Pros: The location is beautiful although a bit difficult to get to. The restaurant is very nice...although a bit uneven. I LOVED my first course and my husband was happy with everything. It happens.
Cons: Service was not Michelin one star standard. The one waiter seemed stressed and there were only three tables of two people there. After breakfast was served the waiter disappeared and I had to go looking for him to get a pitcher of milk.
Pros: Very cute property located in the countryside about 30 min drive from Limoges. Best to have a car (we took Uber). Setting is peaceful. Excellent Michelin star restaurant on site, with a wonderful sister bistrot a few minutes away by car.
Pros: The location is beautiful and peaceful
Cons: The prices and lack of choice on menu were very discouraging
Pros: The room and surroundings
Cons: No pool, but website says there is