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Marie Dominique Verniolle
4 Avenue du Champ de Mars
St Léonard de Noblat


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price from €65




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This description portrays a lovely 3-star accommodation adorned in shades of gray. It includes a bathroom, toilet room, kitchen, and a delightful terrace furnished with garden seating.


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  • St. Leonard's Church: Located in the heart of St Léonard de Noblat, this Romanesque church dates back to the 11th century and is known for its stunning architecture and ornate interior.
  • The Sabotier Museum: Situated in the nearby village of Châteauneuf-la-Forêt, this museum showcases the traditional craft of wooden shoe-making. Visitors can learn about the history, techniques, and tools used in this age-old craft.
  • Lac de Vassivière: A picturesque lake located around 30 kilometers from St Léonard de Noblat, Lac de Vassivière offers a variety of recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, or simply relax on the sandy beaches.
  • The Richard de Bas Paper Mill: Situated in Ambert, the Richard de Bas Paper Mill is a historic paper mill dating back to the 15th century. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn about the paper-making process and explore the museum dedicated to this ancient craft.
  • The Mont Gargan: A scenic mountain located in the Limousin region, Mont Gargan offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. It is a popular destination for hikers, nature lovers, and photographers.
  • The Museum of the Resistance: Located in Limoges, this museum commemorates the French Resistance during World War II. It provides a comprehensive insight into the history, events, and individuals involved in the resistance movement.
  • The Limoges Porcelain Factory: Limoges is famous for its fine porcelain, and visitors can explore one of the many factories to witness the craftsmanship firsthand. The factory tours offer insights into the intricate processes of creating these delicate and beautiful pieces.
  • The Gardens of the Bishop's Palace: Situated in Limoges, these stunning gardens are a serene oasis in the heart of the city. Visitors can wander through beautifully landscaped grounds, admire the colorful flowers, and relax in peaceful surroundings.
  • The Saint-Junien Leather Museum: Located in the town of Saint-Junien, this museum showcases the history and traditions of the local leather industry. Visitors can learn about the techniques used in leather production and explore the exhibits displaying various leather goods. 10. The Château de Rochechouart: Situated in Rochechouart, this medieval castle is perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the town. It houses a contemporary art museum and offers a glimpse into the region's history with its well-preserved architecture and stunning views.