Le Bois Noir, Perpezac-le-blanc, 19310
A stay on Château du Bois Noir is a stay in a “familiarly Castle Hotel”; the guest is in contact with the host and hostess. We have carefully chosen this formula, for those who prefer a more personal approach rather than the impersonal atmosphere of a great International hotel. Nevertheless, Château du Bois Noir will not be inferior to the high demands of service and comfort from a luxurious hotel. We offer you a warm welcome, a high level of hospitality with full privacy. You will certainly feel at home at Château du Bois Noir.
Description of Chateau du Bois Noir Bed & Breakfast:You will stay in one of our four authentic guest rooms: spacious double rooms up to 49 m2, a few with fireplaces, and large bathrooms. Your accommodation is equipped with comfortable beds and tastefully decorated with furniture in the classic style. The light, sunny rooms all have a lovely view onto the park. In the morning you can enjoy your breakfast and in the evening your dinner, in the stylish ‘Salle à Manger’ or on one of our terraces. Chateau du Bois Noir characteristics are the modern luxury and comfort, combined with the authentic atmosphere of the 1890’s.
Directions to Chateau du Bois NoirRoad description from Calais
(distance Calais – Château du Bois Noir is approx 800 km):
1.Take Motorway A26 and A1 to Paris.
2.At Paris take the A3 – A86 and A10 in the direction of Bordeaux.
3.Via Orléans to the A71 and at Vierzon take exit A20.
4.Follow the A20 via Chateauroux, Limoges, Toulouse to Brive-La-Gaillarde.
5.At Brive-La-Gaillarde, take exit 50 “Ouest de Brive” route D901 in the direction of Objat.
6.After 7 to 8 km, in the direction of Varetz and in the village of Burg turn left in the direction of Ayen/Yssandon to the D5.
7.After 9 km, turn left in the direction of Yssandon (after approx. 1,5 km of Burg do not take the first exit to Yssandon, but the second).
8.Follow the D3 in the direction of Brignac la Plaine with the signs “Bois Noir”.
9.After passing the sign “Bois Noir” you will see the château after approximately one hundred meters.
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