The house of Toursac, Auvergnat traditional habitat with shale roof adorned with dormers, dates from 1871. Its rather symmetrical construction, with its floor and plastered walls gives it the style "maison de maître", a somewhat prestigious evolution of the peasant house, witness of a prosperous era of agriculture in the valley.
The distribution of rooms around the large hall and the central staircase can accommodate a large family group, while preserving the space and privacy of each: friendly stay with the farmhouse table, the "cantou" ( Auvergnate chimney), the "souillarde" and the "kitchen garden", water and cooking points in period stone. The kitchen opens onto the living room and the terrace, the independent lounge with old woodwork keeps the spirit more "felted". The laundry room, secondary entry on one level, allows storage and storage, with a toilet space extra shower .. Upstairs, a bathroom with toilet, a large bathroom and separate toilet serve the 4 bedrooms with comfortable dimensions and layout.
The garden offers a play area for children; over the seasons, it matches the flowers grown with wild flowers and offers a corner of aromatics to the cooks. The hamlet of Toursac is located on the southern slope of the Cère Valley, 650 m above sea level. The village of Polminhac with all shops is 1 km. Vic / Cère is 5 km, Aurillac 15 km and Super-Lioran 22 km.