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Graham et Debra Green
34 Route du Queyroix-Martin



6 reviews

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price from €90





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Description for B&B:

Welcome to Le Queyroix-Martin, a charming retreat nestled in the peaceful Monts de Blond region of rural Haute-Vienne. Debra and Graham have lovingly transformed a collection of converted barns into a delightful bed and breakfast, where tranquility and rejuvenation abound.

Our five double bedrooms, each with en suite facilities, have been carefully crafted from the original 1883 apple and livestock barns. Indulge in table d'hôtes dining experiences, either in our dining room filled with original features or on the terrace, overlooking the garden, weather permitting.

Surrounded by lush chestnut and oak forests, our four-acre grounds, including the historic apple orchard, invite you to explore and unwind. Find a cozy spot to lose yourself in a good book, soak in the breathtaking views of the valley, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the roe deer that frequently graze amongst the trees.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the area offers an abundance of walking and cycling opportunities, with over 100 km of accessible tracks directly from our doorstep. Discover nearby towns and villages, many hosting vibrant weekly or fortnightly markets. The nearby Lac St Pardoux provides a refreshing escape for swimming and various water sports.

If you crave a touch of culture, venture to Limoges, just a 30-minute drive away, where museums, historic landmarks, art galleries, and world-renowned porcelain manufacturers await.

Reaching us is effortless, with regular flights from multiple UK airports to Limoges Bellegarde, only a short 20-minute drive from Le Queyroix-Martin. Other airports, such as Poitiers, Tours, Bergerac, and Bordeaux, are within a three-hour drive. Ryanair is also introducing a new route in 2014, flying to Brive, which is conveniently just an hour away. Alternatively, if traveling by train, Limoges is served by TGVs from Paris Gare Austerlitz. Even if you are not arriving by train, a visit to Limoges station (Gare Bénédictine) is worth it for its remarkable architecture. If driving, we are approximately eight hours from Calais, offering a choice of routes to avoid the infamous périphérique in Paris.

Whatever brings you to Le Queyroix-Martin, whether it be a stopover during a longer journey, an adventurous holiday, a relaxing weekend getaway, or a search for your dream home in the area, we eagerly await the opportunity to extend our warm and friendly hospitality. We can't wait to meet you.


Appréciations pour Le Queyroix-Martin Chambres D'hôtes, Vaulry:

Warm welcome
Review by: John & Fiona Vasey, Juin 11 2015 12:14PM
We received a very warm welcome from Graham and Debra. The B & B has been beautifully prepared and our room was spacious and comfortable with a glorious view. Well-placed for visiting Oradour and Limoges, we would recommend this B & B very highly.
Très belle rencontre !!!!!!!
Review by: Didier Jacqueline J Claude , Avr 3 2015 10:23AM
Deus jours passés chez Debra et Graham , ou nous avons été reçu comme des amis depuis toujours ,
La maitresse de maison est un fin cordon bleu , les assiettes sont bien garnies ,sauf celles de Graham !!!!qui fini toujours le premier !!!!
Beau travail de rénovation de la part de Graham qui est un fin bricoleur ,le tous en pleine campagne et au calme, leur gentillesse et tel que l'on ne peut les oubliés , une belle adresse à garder et à faire savoir ,
A bientôt Jacqueline & Jean claude de Crozes Hermitage
Fabulous Chambre d'hote
Review by: Ann and Nigel Haycock, Juil 26 2014 9:58AM
Stayed here for 2 nights and can honestly say that it is one of the best places we have stayed. Graham and Debra put everything into making you feel at home. The rooms are super and very comfortable and clean. The food is exceptionally good and home made. Our evening meals and the company were the icing on the cake. Thank you both!
Très agréable WE chez Debra et Graham !
Review by: Ingrid, Juil 15 2014 11:08AM
Nous sommes allés chez Debra et Graham Green, un charmant couple de retraités anglais pour le week-end du 14 juillet 2014.

Leur maison se trouve en pleine forêt où le silence domine.

Pour ce qui est des chambres, il y en a 3 (Cerise, Myrtille et Figue). Graham s'est chargé de tout le gros oeuvre (murs à la chaux, pierres apparentes, poutres, parquet...) et Debra de la décoration. Tout cela avec très bon goût, ainsi que pour la salle de bain/WC qui est très grande et aussi agréable que la chambre !

Quant au couchage, nous avons très bien dormi dans un lit King Size (160 cm) bien confortable.

Le petit déjeuner est bien garni et très bon : Debra cuisine des petits pains individuels au graines, ainsi que des brioches, servis chaud. Ainsi que des confitures maison. Café / chocolat chaud / thé, jus d'orange, de pomme. Céréales, yaourts, fruits...

Quant à la table d'hôte : un régal ! Pour 25 euros / personne, le rapport qualité prix est excellent : apéritif / entrée / plat / fromages / dessert / café. Debra est une très bonne cuisinière ! Et Graham, un bon sommelier car vin compris.

Bref, une adresse à retenir car Hôtes très charmants !
Beautiful, new rooms and affectionate atmosphere
Review by: Friederike & Dirk, Juin 20 2014 11:41AM
During our travel through France, we lived in several Bed&Breakfast accomodations and this definitly was one of the best ones. The rooms are new and you can see and feel the passion and big ambition Debra and Graham put in their rooms to make them as comfortable as possible for their guests.
For the breakfast they bake their own Brioche and you can choose between several self made confitures.
We had great conversations with the owner, who gave us also good advices about the region and local events.
We are still thinking about our trip and won't forget!
paasvakantie 2014
Review by: Jaak Fierens, Avr 25 2014 2:22PM
Bedankt Deborrah en Graham voor de goede ontvangst, de nette kamers en het lekkere eten. We hebben echt genoten van ons verblijf bij jullie en zullen jullie adres zeker aanbevelen. Jullie deden meer dan je best. We wensen jullie in de toekomst alle succes toe en wie weet zien we elkaar nog eens weer!

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To get to Chambre d'hôtes Le Queyroix-Martin, follow these directions:
- From the centre of Vaulry, travel 2 kilometres towards Chamboret to Blond road (D5).
- As you enter Vaulry from the Chamboret direction, keep an eye out for the tourist information board.
- At the tourist information board, turn off the Chamboret to Blond road (D5).
- Proceed up the hill following the signpost to Le Queyroix-Martin. You will notice the horse paddock on your right.
- Continue on this road for approximately 1.8 km until you reach a sharp right-hand bend.
- At the bend, you will see a footpath signpost on the right verge. Take a right turn up the hill at this point.
- Look out for the first house on the right, which is about 150 metres up the hill. You can easily identify it by the presence of blue gates.



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Notes: Breakfast is included in the room price. Single occupancy discount of 10 per night.


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  • Monts de Blond Natural Park: Located just a short drive from Vaulry, this natural park offers beautiful landscapes, hiking trails, and panoramic views. Visitors can explore its dense forests, picturesque villages, and discover a variety of flora and fauna.
  • Limoges: Approximately 25 kilometers away, Limoges is known for its rich history and porcelain production. Visitors can explore the historic city center, visit the Gothic-style Limoges Cathedral, and delve into the city's porcelain heritage at the Adrien Dubouché National Museum of Limoges Porcelain.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane: A poignant reminder of World War II, Oradour-sur-Glane is a martyred village left in ruins since a devastating massacre in 1944. The preserved ruins serve as a memorial and museum, offering visitors a somber and thought-provoking experience.
  • Château de Rochechouart: Situated in the nearby town of Rochechouart, this medieval castle stands atop a volcanic rock formation. Visitors can explore the castle's impressive architecture, stroll through its picturesque gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Saint-Junien: Located approximately 15 kilometers away, Saint-Junien is a charming town known for its leather industry and picturesque setting along the Vienne River. Visitors can explore the town's historic center, visit the Saint-Junien Collegiate Church, and discover traditional leather workshops.
  • Parc Bellevue: Situated in Limoges, Parc Bellevue is a family-friendly amusement park offering a range of attractions, including rides, games, and entertainment. It is a great option for families looking for a fun-filled day out.
  • Lac de Saint-Pardoux: Just a short drive from Vaulry, this large freshwater lake offers a variety of recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, sailing, and hiking trails around the lake. The area also features picnic spots and a sandy beach.
  • Espace Rebeyrolle: Located in Eymoutiers, this contemporary art museum showcases the works of French painter Paul Rebeyrolle. The museum exhibits a diverse collection of his paintings, sculptures, and installations, providing a unique artistic experience.
  • Museum of the Resistance: Situated in Limoges, this museum is dedicated to preserving and honoring the memory of the French Resistance during World War II. Visitors can learn about the courageous individuals who fought against the Nazi occupation through interactive exhibits, photographs, and personal testimonies. 10. Parc du Reynou: Located near the town of Le Vigen, this wildlife park offers the opportunity to observe various animal species in a spacious and natural environment. Visitors can embark on a safari-style tour or explore the park's walking trails to observe animals such as giraffes, zebras, and rhinos.