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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Troche, France your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking for a great place to stay in the Limousin region of France can take a relaxing and enjoyable break in Troche. This is a wonderfully scenic part of the country located with plenty of things for visitors to see and do. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, villas, cottages, apartments and B&Bs.

Things to do on holiday to Troche, France

Located in a very scenic area with great countryside, Troche is a great place for hiking, cycling and horse riding. Holidaymakers can indulge in a few watersports too including swimming, canoeing, sailing, water skiing and wind surfing as well as fishing. A few tennis courts are available nearby and golf fans can play a round at one of several courses in the area, especially nearer to Limoges. Visitors will find some excellent restaurants, bars and cafes serving in and around Troche. In addition to this self catering holidaymakers can buy provisions from the local stores and markets, although a greater range of shops are to be found in larger places such as Limoges.

Places to visit on holiday to Troche, France

Holidaymakers taking a vacation in Troche will find lots of fabulous buildings and towns nearby. About 10 minutes drive away is the 15th century chateau at Arnac-Pompadour, which is home to the National Horse Stud of France. The fine medieval town of Uzerche is just 10 kilometres from Troche and amongst other things features the Church of Saint-Pierre, the Prince Noir Tower and a castle. About an hour away is the city of Limoges where there are many fantastic religious buildings including the Gothic Limoges Cathedral. Here visitors will also be able to see the remains of a 12th century castle and some fabulous botanical gardens. Another fascinating place to go 43 kilometres from Troche is the Lascaux caves where there are amazing paintings dating back thousands of years.

Weather in Troche, France

The weather between June and September is generally warm with the average high in July around 27 degrees centigrade. There is an average of nine hours of sunshine per day in July. December and January are the coldest months with an average high of just six degrees centigrade. The wettest month of the year is May with an average of 11 rainy days.

Travel to Troche, France

Brive-Souillac Airport (BVE) is just 50 minutes drive from Troche and has flights from London-City (LCY) and Manchester (MAN) airports between April and October. Alternatively Limoges-Bellegarde Airport (LIG) is approximately an hour and a 15 minutes drive from Troche and has flights to and from Southampton(SOU) with Flybe as well as Liverpool (LPL) and London Stansted (STN) with Ryanair. Domestic flights arrive here too from Paris-Orly (ORY) and Lyon (LYS). Car rental firms and taxis are located at both airports.

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Beautiful gite, lovely pool and garden with fantastic, helpful owners. Would definitely recommend

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The property is lovely, with a lovely pool. There is a lovely, little balcony off the double bedroom, where you can watch the sunrise and observe the many birds, including jays and golden orioles. The owners are lovely, sourcing bikes for us when we enquired where to hire them. They even made us dinner when we had a power cut. I would recommend to couples and families alike. Although the gite itself is in a remote location, there's plenty to do in the area though you will need a car. All in all thank you Richard and Karen for a wonderful holiday
  • Review Submitted: Jul 17, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018

A traditional farmhouse dating from the 1780s. It has been very nicely restored in the past.

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The house is equipped with modern facilities which work well. There is a fully functioning kitchen including dishwasher. The bathroom and toilet fittings are reasonably modern and the walk in shower works well There was ample hot water. The only omission was a dryer for the washing. Unfortunately we had some wet weather and it was difficult to dry clothes inside with only a folding rack. The wooden floors are original ,somewhat undulating and creak a bit,but this is rather natural for such an old building which has been sympathetically restored. Ther are electric wall heaters which mainly work and for cold weather one can have a log fire in the huge original fireplace. Mobile telephone reception was rather marginal. There is Internet connection which worked reasonably but not in all rooms. There is good car parking at the side of the house. A large lawn can be enjoyed in good weather behind the house. A working farm goes on nearbye and sight and sound of the cows is pleasant. The young farmer just up the lane is very friendly and speaks English. Our host Monsieur de Lupel went out of his way to be helpful and is a very friendly man. We were sorry that his wife was away and M de Lupel had to also leave before our tenure finished,we should have liked to talk more with him in our limited French The location is very rural in pretty undulating countryside with lots of small villages in the area. Objat and Vigeois are the local towns about 15 or 20 mins away. Further away there is very pleasant upland country areas and the Dordogne valley is very attractive. Brive La Gaillarde is a city which has been well restored but otherwise not so remarkable. A stay at Les Chaises Basses would appeal to visitors seeking traditional rural France without a heavy tourist presence.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 24, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018