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Jean Pierre Ballagny
50 Route De Saint Auvent
La Geneytouse


3 reviews

Price per night:

price from €64






Description for B&B:

Experience the charm of a unique thatched cottage bed and breakfast, surrounded by lush greenery and offering a breathtaking view of the picturesque countryside. This property will captivate you with its spacious rooms and the opportunity to explore the pond and woods at your leisure.

The "beautiful view" room is exceptionally large, boasting stunning vistas of the woods and pond. It features a private bathroom with toilet, as well as a cozy reading and relaxation area complete with a fireplace.

Overlooking the tranquil back of the property, the "blue cedar" room also offers a private bathroom with toilet.

Enjoy a delightful breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace, weather permitting. For an additional fee of 20 euros per person, indulge in a table d'hote dining experience featuring exquisite dishes prepared with local products and fresh vegetables from the adjoining organic vegetable garden.

Take advantage of the available tennis court for some recreational fun.

The rate for a night's stay in this enchanting retreat is 69 euros for two people, inclusive of breakfast and tourist tax.

For reservations or further inquiries, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email or telephone. You can also find us on Facebook by searching for Les Bois de Saint Avent.


Appréciations pour Les Bois De Saint Auvent, La Geneytouse:

Séjour en Limousin
Review by: Philipp et Christine de Normandie , Juil 26 2020 5:07PM
Excellent accueil
Un lieu magnifique
Un dîner magique
Situé entre le Nord et le sud, un endroit obligatoire pour ceux qui descendent ou ceux qui montent.
Merci encore pour ce bon moment
Séjour en Limousin
Review by: Philipp et Christine de Normandie , Juil 26 2020 5:07PM
Excellent accueil
Un lieu magnifique
Un dîner magique
Situé entre le Nord et le sud, un endroit obligatoire pour ceux qui descendent ou ceux qui montent.
Merci encore pour ce bon moment
Review by: daniel m madeleine et les deux michel, Aou 19 2019 9:16AM
Un grand merci à Juliana et Jean pierre pour leur accueil et la superbe soirée que nous avons passé en leurs compagnies nous recommandons cet endroit un peu magique à tous les futurs adeptes de calme et convivialité encore merci à vous deux

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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 64 64


Animals Allowed


  • Limoges - Known for its fine porcelain and rich history, Limoges is a charming city located approximately 20 kilometers from La Geneytouse. Visitors can explore the Gothic Limoges Cathedral, stroll through the picturesque Old Town, and visit the Musée National Adrien Dubouché, which houses an extensive collection of porcelain.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane - A somber reminder of World War II, Oradour-sur-Glane is a martyred village preserved as a memorial. This village was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944, and today, visitors can explore the ruins and the Centre de la Mémoire, a museum that tells the tragic story of the village and its inhabitants.
  • Monts de Blond - Situated northeast of La Geneytouse, the Monts de Blond is a stunning natural park with rolling hills, forests, and hiking trails. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy activities such as hiking, birdwatching, and picnicking while taking in the breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife.
  • Château de Rochechouart - Located in the nearby town of Rochechouart, this medieval castle offers an intriguing mix of history and contemporary art. The castle houses a museum of contemporary art, showcasing works by renowned artists, and provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside from its towers.
  • Lac de Vassivière - Situated around 40 kilometers from La Geneytouse, Lac de Vassivière is a beautiful lake offering a range of recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy swimming, kayaking, sailing, fishing, and hiking around the lake. The lake is also home to the Centre International d'Art et du Paysage, an art center with exhibitions and sculptures.
  • Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - A picturesque medieval town, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat is known for its well-preserved half-timbered houses and its connection to Saint Leonard, the patron saint of prisoners. Visitors can explore the charming streets, visit the Saint-Léonard church, and discover the town's history and heritage.
  • Saint-Junien - Famous for its leather industry, Saint-Junien is a town with a rich architectural heritage. The town center features beautiful buildings, including the Church of Saint-Junien and the Maison de la Batellerie, a former boatmen's house that now serves as a museum dedicated to the town's river trade history.
  • Château de Châlucet - Situated near Saint-Junien, the ruins of Château de Châlucet offer a glimpse into medieval history. Visitors can explore the remains of this once-mighty fortress, which overlooks the Vienne River and provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation - Located in Limoges, this museum is dedicated to the French Resistance and the deportation during World War II. It showcases artifacts, photographs, and personal stories, providing insight into the courageous acts and sacrifices made during the war. 10. Parc Zoologique du Reynou - A popular family attraction, this zoo is located near the town of Le Vigen. The park is home to a variety of animals from around the world, including lions, giraffes, elephants, and lemurs. Visitors can stroll through the well-maintained grounds and observe the animals in spacious enclosures.

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