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Neil and Melanie O'Donnell
75 La Traverse


2 reviews

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price from €85






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This exquisite 19th century "maison borgeoise" has undergone a careful and respectful restoration, preserving its remarkable original elements such as marble fireplaces, intricate ceilings, and oak parquet floors.

The rooms seamlessly blend the grandeur of classic French fabrics and chandeliers with the convenience of contemporary bathrooms.

Complimentary WiFi is provided for guests' convenience.

Indulge in the luxurious LOccitane toiletries available in the bathrooms.

The stunning Lake St. Pardoux, boasting a sandy beach and a plethora of recreational activities, is a mere 15-minute drive away. Additionally, the historic city of Limoges, renowned for its porcelain and enamel artwork, is just a short distance away.

Conveniently located only 5 minutes from the A20 Paris - Toulouse highway and 25 minutes from Limoges, La Traverse Chambre Dhôtes is the perfect destination for a memorable stay in the picturesque Limousin region.


Appréciations pour La Traverse Chambres D'Hôtes, Fromental:

Hébergement et diner
Review by: Pouzol, Aou 31 2013 3:04PM
Nous avons avec nos deux enfants fait un arrêt sur le chemin de notre retour de vacances et nous ne l'avons pas regretté. Très bon accueil, chambres agréables et tranquilles. Bon repas.
Review by: Didier Lemaire, Mai 8 2012 4:25PM
Très confortable, c'est un endroit au calme, où l'on se sent bien. Ian et Kate sont des hôtes charmants, accueillants, et très gentils. La cuisine est excellente. Même si l'on est végétarien on est bien accueillis ce qui est rarement le cas dans les hôtels français. Nous recommandons ce bed & breakfast à tous ! Thank you very much for this nice time, and also thank you to Sophie who is very pleasant. (when visiting them, bring your Ipad to play with her !!!)

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If you are coming from the North, take the A20 motorway and exit at junction 23.1. After traveling 1km, make a left turn at the crossroads which has a sign indicating Fursac and Fromental. Continue for another 2km and then make a right turn at the sign that says Viaduct de Rocherolles. You will find the entrance 100m on the right.

For those traveling from the South, take the A20 motorway and exit at junction 24. At the T junction, turn left and then take the first right at the roundabout, following the sign for Fromental. After approximately 1.5km, make a right turn at the crossroads with the sign for Fursac and Fromental. After 2km, make another right turn at the sign for Viaduct de Rocherolles. The entrance will be 100m on the right.

If you are using a Sat Nav system, the coordinates to input are N 46,13648 E 1,39784.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 85 85 15 oui
Notes: 4 people




  • Limoges: Located approximately 35 kilometers east of Fromental, Limoges is known for its porcelain production. Visitors can explore the city's historic center, visit the Porcelain National Museum, and admire the stunning Gothic Limoges Cathedral.
  • Monts de Blond: Situated about 20 kilometers north of Fromental, Monts de Blond is a picturesque mountain range ideal for nature lovers. The area offers hiking trails, charming villages, and breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane: Located around 40 kilometers west of Fromental, Oradour-sur-Glane is a haunting memorial village. It serves as a reminder of the atrocities committed during World War II, as the village was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944. The preserved ruins and the Centre de la Mémoire museum allow visitors to learn about the tragic history of the village.
  • Château de Rochechouart: Situated approximately 40 kilometers southwest of Fromental, the Château de Rochechouart is a medieval castle overlooking the town of Rochechouart. The castle houses the Museum of Contemporary Art, showcasing modern artworks alongside the historical castle architecture.
  • Lac de Vassivière: Located around 70 kilometers northeast of Fromental, Lac de Vassivière is one of the largest artificial lakes in France. This scenic spot offers opportunities for swimming, boating, hiking, and picnicking. The lake also features the remarkable contemporary art center, the Centre International d'Art et du Paysage.
  • Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat: Situated approximately 25 kilometers southeast of Fromental, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat is a charming medieval town. Its historic center boasts narrow streets, half-timbered houses, and the stunning Saint-Léonard Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Bénévent-l'Abbaye: Located around 30 kilometers north of Fromental, Bénévent-l'Abbaye is a small village with a rich history. Visitors can explore the well-preserved Bénévent-l'Abbaye Abbey, dating back to the 11th century, and stroll through the scenic streets of this medieval gem.
  • Saint-Junien: Situated approximately 35 kilometers southwest of Fromental, Saint-Junien is known for its leather industry and picturesque old town. Visitors can explore the Saint-Junien Collegiate Church, walk along the riverside promenade, and visit the Leather and Tanning Museum.
  • Châteauponsac: Located around 15 kilometers northwest of Fromental, Châteauponsac is a charming village perched on a hill. The village features a medieval castle, picturesque streets, and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. 10. Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche: Situated approximately 40 kilometers southeast of Fromental, Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche is a historic town known for its medieval heritage. Visitors can admire the Saint-Yrieix Collegiate Church, stroll through the old town, and discover the local enamel craft at the Museum of Enamel Techniques.

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