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Gîte Pailler

Bourganeuf Holiday Gîte Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms £385 to £600 per week

Located in St Dizier Leyrenne in the Limousin (Creuse) Region, just 45 minutes from Limoges Airport and 2km from the local village which has a doctor's surgery and range of small shops including pharmacy, post office, small supermarket and bar/café, Pommerol is an ideal place to relax and unwind from the demands and stresses of modern everyday life.

Gite Pailler is one of four equally comfortable gîtes renovated from two barns which date back over 200 years.It has a beautiful, spacious open-vault lounge retaining many of the original features with oak beams and television/DVD player. The fitted kitchen has farmhouse table and chairs, an oven and halogen hob, fridge, microwave, kettle, coffee machine and toaster. There are two bedrooms - a twin and a double - and two en-suite shower rooms.

Outside is a patio overlooking the swimming pool and beautiful open countryside. Garden furniture and a barbecue are provided. There is also an on-site laundry room and games room with pool table, table tennis and table Football.

Nearby

Excellent restaurants serving local food and wine in historic Bourganeuf (8km) and surrounding villages, along with weekly market and variety of shops and supermarket.

The vast area of Lac de Vassiviere (approx 30 mins drive) is hugely popular with all manner of water sports, fishing, walking, cycling, train rides to the island in the centre of the lake, boat trips, picnic or sample local dishes from the many restaurants looking over the lake.

Locally: Bison Farm, Adventure Park, Maze, Wolf Park, Velorail, Pony Rides.Numerous other days out and places of interest to suit all ages. Information is supplied in the gîte.

Pommerol was originally a working livestock farm situated in a small hamlet of seven houses, only five of which remain. The surrounding fields now graze the famous Limousin Cattle. In the intervening years after the Second World War our barns fell into a state of disrepair. Following complete renovation, it now provides comfortable holiday accommodation.

The surrounding picturesque landscape remains exceptional and sits in an area of outstanding nature beauty, with an abundance of birds, wildlife, trees and plants. Set in peaceful countryside where tranquility is assured.

We are open from May to October for holidays, house hunting or short breaks.

No smoking policy in gîtes. Sorry, no pets.