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Tina Clay
12 Rue Des Fontaines


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Le Champsac offers cozy accommodations, allowing you to fully relish your time in France. Whether your visit revolves around cycling, walking, fishing, exploring historical sites, house hunting, or simply unwinding, our establishment caters to your needs. Immerse yourself in the local culture by socializing with friendly residents over a glass of exquisite French wine in our intimate bar. Additionally, we happily welcome well-behaved pets, provided arrangements are made in advance.


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To find us more easily, you can search for the following address on your GPS: 12 rue des fontaines 87230 Champsac.

The hotel is located 30 minutes away from the Bellegarde de Limoges airport as well as the Bénédictins train station.

When leaving Limoges, you can take the N21 national road passing through Aixe-sur-Vienne, Sereilhac, and Gorre.

Upon arriving in Champsac, we are located in the heart of the village. We have blue shutters, a terrace, and parking available.



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Notes: the price is based on 2 people sharing the room
Notes: the price is based on 3 people sharing the room


Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed


  • Château de Lastours: Located in the charming village of Lastours, this medieval castle offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Explore the well-preserved ruins and learn about the history of this impressive fortress.
  • Monts de Blond: A picturesque mountain range known for its scenic beauty and tranquil hiking trails. Enjoy a day of outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, or picnicking while immersing yourself in the serene natural surroundings.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane: A haunting memorial village that serves as a reminder of the tragic events of World War II. The village was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944, and now stands as a poignant testament to the horrors of war. Visit the museum and explore the preserved ruins to gain insight into this tragic chapter of history.
  • Château de Rochechouart: This majestic castle overlooks the town of Rochechouart and houses a contemporary art museum. Admire the unique blend of medieval architecture and modern artwork as you explore the castle's interior and surrounding gardens.
  • Limoges: Located just a short drive away, Limoges is renowned for its fine porcelain and rich history. Visit the iconic Cathedral of Saint-Étienne, explore the vibrant city center, and indulge in the local cuisine, including the famous Limousin beef.
  • Saint-Junien: Known for its leather industry, Saint-Junien offers visitors a chance to explore its charming old town and discover traditional craftsmanship. Visit the Glove Museum to learn about the town's history of glove-making and browse the local shops for high-quality leather goods.
  • Lac de Saint-Mathieu: A beautiful lake surrounded by lush greenery, perfect for a relaxing day outdoors. Enjoy swimming, fishing, or simply take a leisurely stroll along the lake's shoreline while enjoying the peaceful atmosphere.
  • Cassinomagus Archaeological Park: Step back in time at this fascinating archaeological site, located in Chassenon. Explore the remains of a Roman thermal bath complex, theater, and other structures, while learning about the Roman civilization that once thrived in this area.
  • Les Jardins de l'Imaginaire: Situated in Terrasson-Lavilledieu, this unique garden offers a stunning display of carefully manicured landscapes, water features, and sculptures. Take a leisurely walk through the gardens and let your imagination run wild. 10. Parc Naturel Régional Périgord-Limousin: A vast regional park offering opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and wildlife spotting. Immerse yourself in the pristine natural beauty of the park, which spans across both the Limousin and Périgord regions.