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La Marlotte
25 Rue Vergniaud


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price from €130






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We are delighted to extend our warmest invitation to you to explore our school further.

The Restaurant: Step into our intimate Small Brewery hall and experience the exceptional quality of our establishment. Discover our unique philosophy and take a look at our operating hours for more information.

The Terrace: Whether it's a birthday celebration, a wedding, or any other special occasion, we are here to cater to your needs. We can customize a menu that fits your budget and even arrange for a talented group of musicians to elevate your evening. Contact us, and together we will find the perfect solution for hosting a private party. Please note that our venue has limited capacity, accommodating 35 to 40 people.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 130 130 250 30 oui
(3 pers.)
1 110 140 30 oui


Disabled Access
Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed


  • Bellac Abbey: Located in the heart of Bellac, this ancient abbey dates back to the 10th century and offers a stunning example of Romanesque architecture. Visitors can explore the abbey's beautiful cloister, chapel, and gardens.
  • Château de Bellac: This medieval castle overlooks the town of Bellac and provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the castle's well-preserved fortifications, towers, and courtyards, as well as enjoy exhibitions on the history of the region.
  • Théâtre du Cloître: Known for its outstanding performances and cultural events, Théâtre du Cloître is a renowned theater located in Bellac. Visitors can attend plays, concerts, and other artistic performances in this historic venue.
  • Lac de Saint-Pardoux: Situated approximately 15 kilometers from Bellac, Lac de Saint-Pardoux is a picturesque lake surrounded by forests and nature trails. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, hiking, and water sports in this tranquil setting.
  • Mortemart: A charming village located a short drive from Bellac, Mortemart is officially listed as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France." With its well-preserved medieval architecture, cobblestone streets, and quaint shops, Mortemart offers a delightful glimpse into the past.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane: Located around 30 kilometers from Bellac, Oradour-sur-Glane is a haunting village that serves as a memorial to the victims of a World War II massacre. Visitors can explore the preserved ruins and museum, which provide a poignant reminder of the atrocities committed during the war.
  • Saint-Junien: Situated approximately 20 kilometers from Bellac, Saint-Junien is a charming town famous for its leather industry. Visitors can visit the Maison de la Porcelain and the Church of Saint-Junien, as well as enjoy shopping for high-quality leather goods.
  • Eglise Saint-Michel: Located in the nearby village of Le Dorat, Eglise Saint-Michel is a magnificent Gothic-style church renowned for its stunning stained glass windows and intricate stone carvings. Visitors can admire the church's impressive architecture and take in its peaceful ambiance.
  • Monts de Blond: A beautiful natural park located within easy reach of Bellac, the Monts de Blond offers picturesque landscapes, dense forests, and numerous hiking trails. Visitors can explore the park's diverse flora and fauna, as well as discover charming villages scattered throughout the area. 10. Bellac Museum: Housed in a former bishop's palace, the Bellac Museum showcases a wide range of exhibits relating to the local history and culture. Visitors can discover artifacts, paintings, and sculptures that highlight the rich heritage of the Bellac region.

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