|Minimum Stay||14 nights|
Welcome to La Maroussie, a beautiful and spacious four bedroom converted barn with pool set between Limoges and Brive in the Limousin in France.
The size of the house and garden means that you will have plenty of room to spread out and do different things and there are lots of games equipment for house and garden.
Access is easy by road or plane, with La Maroussie just 5 minutes drive from the A20/E9 motorway which runs down the centre of France from Paris to Toulouse.
La Maroussie is located within a tiny farming hamlet of the same name and so the setting is rural but with ready access to local village Salon-la-Tour (5 mins) and town Uzerche (15 mins).
The Limousin Region itself is known for its Limousin breed of cattle (which are everywhere), Limoges pottery, white water canoeing, horse breeding and Madame Pompadour.
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website:
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My Standard Rate
14 night minimum stay
for 14 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£434|
Bookings are Saturday - Saturday during the Summer Season.
Prices are for rental of the property. In addition, there is a fixed cleaning and laundry charge of €25 per person.
For all lets during the Summer Season prices include the cost of heating and all utilities. Prices are inclusive of local telephone calls.
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* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
La Maroussie is located in a small, friendly farming hamlet with ready access to a local bakery 5 minutes drive away and supermarkets and restaurants in a lovely historic town 15 minutes drive away.
It is halfway between the large cities of Limoges and Brive, a 40 minute drive to either.
There are within a 1 hour drive activities as varied as river canoeing, go-karting, horse riding, large cave exploration, castles, churches and the French horse-racing centre at Pompadour.