This attractive town house, has three apartments. Apartment 2 is advertised here. It can be rented only for a minimum period of one weekfrom Saturday to Saturday.
There is an extra charge for heating this apartment outside the summer period.
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Apartment 2 is on the second floor. It is spacious, with an indoor swimming pool and garden. The pool is heated only in the summer period.
It is located in Eymoutiers, one of the most beautiful heritage towns in Limousin, and it is only 30 minutes from the chic city of Limoges and 15 minutes from the wonderful beaches of Lake Vassiviere.
Apartment 2 has its own independent access from the front of the house. The comfortable lounge overlooks the tree-lined square to the front of the house. There is a dining area for six in the lounge and also a dining area for six in the large well equipped kitchen. A washing machine is available in the kitchen..
The apartment has its own discreetly independent patio area in the garden, where there is a barbecue and comfortable garden furniture. The heated pool may be accessed directly from the garden and from inside the house.
Discover the hidden France
This is a beautiful part of France with green rolling farmland, wooded landscapes, deep river gorges, quiet roads and a wonderful peaceful lifestyle. The area is dotted with authentic villages and tiny hamlets. It is fascinating and serene, unspoiled, perfect for those in search of a relaxing holiday: amblers, ramblers, hikers, bikers, anglers, riders, art lovers, golfers, water lovers... everyone. A place where you can holiday at your own rhythm: easy and slow or active and exhilarating. It's people are wonderful.
If you just want to relax, the attractive elegant simplicity of the house and the beauty and slower pace of life of the area is ideal.
If you want a more active holiday, in and around Eymoutiers, there are a host of wonderful sporting, cultural and great family fun amenities.
Have great family fun at Park Bellvue, Feeriland, Aquarium du Limousin, Zoo Park du Reynou, D'arb en Arbe, the fascinating La Cite de Insectes, a ride on the steam train, and beaches with wonderful water sports at Lac Vassiviere.
Take a day trip to Futuroscope - one of the top theme parks in the world. A virtual experience of more than 20 very creative attractions taking you from outer space to the depths of the ocean with breathtaking, exhilarating speed. Stunning laser show every evening
Local Attractions : Sport: Golf, tennis, fishing, biking, walking/hiking, kayaking, karting, quad driving, swimming, horse riding, and rock climbing.
Fishing:This area has some of the finest fishing in Europe (trout, salmon, pike, dace, gudgeon, perch, chub, carp) on Lake Vassiviere, the Vienne river, which flows through Eymoutiers, and on other rivers and smaller lakes. Fishing rods and tackle are available locally.
Cycling: Bikes are available to hire in the area. Designated cycle routes through the local scenic countryside.
Walking/Hiking Enjoy walking through the beautiful scenic woodlands, green valleys and hillsides. Leaflets are available describing each hiking circuit. The local Club de Randonnee organises hikes on Thursday and Sunday afternoons.
Rock Climbing: Ten minutes to Bussy for rock climbing with a variety of grades.
Culture: This Limousin region of France has earned worldwide fame for craftmanship: enamelling, porrcelain, tapestry etc. A number of workshops give guided visits to these crafts.
Art lovers and artists will enjoy this region's serious share of museums dedicated to all periods of art. The art and architecture of previous centuries is carefully preserved in the region's chateaus, houses and churches. There are many interesting museums and interpretative centres in the region.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges in 1841 where he began his artistic career painting the world famous Limoges china. The Musee de la’Eveche in Limoges displays paintings by Renoir as well as Egyptian collections and enamels dating back to the 12th century.
Paul Robeyrolle Centre in Eymoutiers presents the art and sculptures of Paul Robeyrolle (1926-2005), one of the major painters of the twentieth century. Paul Rebyrolle was born in Eymoutiers.