3 Chemin de La Buge Basse, Lagrauliere, 19700

Recently renovated, this former barn on the edge of a dynamic and friendly village has three rooms at €51 to €70 a night in high season (see our promotions), we can prepare regionally themed evening meals if you wish. The countryside is all around you, there are many walks and diverse woodlands and wildlife

Description of La Vieille Grange Bed & Breakfast:

Lagraulière is a quiet village in the heart of the Corrèze, central France.
Fast transfer by air from several UK airports to Limoges and excellent motorway connections make your journey easy and comfortable. Car Hire is available from the airport (Hertz) at very low daily rates when booked in conjunction with your flights.

Situated on the edge of Lagraulière this beautiful barn conversion has three letting rooms from 17m² to 28m² all equipped with TV and DVD player, bathrobes as required and basic toiletteries; a large guests lounge, séjour (day room) and permanent access to the kitchen for refreshments; tea, coffee, non-alcoholic cold drinks etc..

The Corrèze is famous for its Limousin beef and apple production. Lagraulière in particular is a cattle area which gives a picturesque landscape of rolling pastures with heavily wooded areas of outstanding natural beauty and many walks. The 500 acre foret de Blanchefort, situated in Lagraulière is especially beautiful attracting a wide range of wildlife.

La Vieille Grange is run by Peter Clayson, who has lived in France since 1997 and will be happy to help smooth the way for those who feel their French is rusty.

Local amenities include several restaurants (some English speaking) a few local shops including a bakery and a bank all within easy reach, there is also a large swimming lake at nearby Seilhac and a local swimming pool. For those of you who just want to relax our large garden is very welcoming.

Tourist attractions are wide and varied including the spectacular waterfalls at Gimel les Cascades and the wonderful subterranean lakes and grottos at Rocamadour; several wildlife parks and activity centres; museums and medieval towns.

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Excellent overnight stay
Review by: Ann and Tom McEvoy, Juil 30 2016 11:55AM
We stayed with Peter for an overnight stay on our trip through France. The bed was very comfortable and room a good size, although shower room a little small, but it served it's purpose.
Peter's evening meal was excellent, a brilliant chef as was breakfast of home made bread, fresh squeezed orange juice together with preserves, yoghurt and choice of croissants, pastries, etc.
Peter was very friendly and would recommend his B&B to everyone, thank you Peter.

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