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Le Petit Lac

Le Petit Lac | 21 Route De La Cascade | Bourganeuf | Creuse | Limousin | 23400

Reference 6700183 Site Sleeps 6 Over 2 Properties

3/4 bedroomed self catering gite / apartment and a 3 bedroom apartment, or rent both together as a 7 bedroom option, situated in the Creuse department of the beautiful Limousin region of France.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing holiday, house hunting in the area or just passing through, Le Petit Lac, Bourganeuf, offers versatile holiday accommodation for all your needs.

Our accommodation is situated just a 5 minute walk from the town centre of Bourganeuf which is a medieval town with Chateau, Tour de Zizim and has a traditional French market weekly for all your local produce including vegetables, meat & cheeses. There are also English speaking estate agents for those tempted to buy in this beautiful region. For the keen walkers there are many marked walks around the town, colour coded for length and difficulty. You will find plenty of bars and restaurants within walking distance of Le Petit Lac.

The Limousin region offers lush green countryside with many lakes, forests and rivers. It is ideal for the keen walker or fisherman but also appealing to someone who wants complete relaxation in an un-spoilt part of France. Limoges is a 50 minute drive from Le Petit Lac and offers all the shopping and restaurants expected from a city. Also don’t forget to pick up the famous Limoges pottery.

Nearby Lac Vassiviere is a man made lake of 1000 hectares where you can enjoy windsurfing, canoeing, water-skiing, sailing, boat trips, rambling, riding, cycling and of course fishing! In the summer period the beach area has lifeguards for safe bathing, volleyball and a fun park for the children. You can take a tour of the lake by boat and there is a restaurant boat where you can enjoy either lunch or dinner. The island on Vassiviere is a great place to visit with animals, an art gallery and of course beautiful views. The island itself covers 173 acres of land, formerly part of vast estates once owned by the Vassiviere family whose stately home still stands on the original site.


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