Situated in the green countryside of the French Limousin region La Musardière, converted barn featuring a large stone fireplace and a mezzanine, offers five guest rooms with en-suite shower rooms. Opened from Easter to September.
Description of La Musardière Bed & Breakfast:Situated in the green countryside of the French Limousin region La Musardière dominates the valley of the river Vienne between the city of Limoges and the town of Saint-Junien. A converted barn featuring a large stone fireplace and a mezzanine, La Musardière has five guest rooms with en-suite shower rooms.
Open from Easter to September.
Attractions:The city of Limoges, administrative capital of the Limousin region, dates back from the Gallo-Roman period and is famous for its porcelain and enamel factories. The A20 motorway puts Limoges in close contact with Paris in the north and Toulouse in the south. Nearby historical sites such as the Castle of Rochechouart, the Second World War martyred village of Oradour-sur-Glane and the historic route of Richard Coeur de Lion are well worth a visit.
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Nicely furnished. Friendly owner. Biggest breakfast in France (?). Evening meal is a banquet
Directions to La MusardièreFrom Limoges take the N141 towards Angoulême. Six kilometers after the D2000 interchange, at the start of a section of dual carriageway, exit towards La Barre. Left at the T junction and left at the end of the village, towards Saint Victurnien(Eglise). La Musardière is 2 kms after Saint Victurnien on the D32 in the direction of Saint Brice/Saint Junien.
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