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Véronique Constant
Le Theil


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A charming cottage is available for rent in the picturesque hamlet of Roussac, located in the town of Roussac. Situated just 30 minutes away from Limoges and 15 minutes from Bellac, this cottage is also close to the beautiful Lac de St Pardoux, offering beaches, water sports, and a vibrant country market.

Recently restored with an authentic touch, this cottage boasts a private terrace, a spacious living room with a cozy fireplace, a kitchen that opens up to a lovely garden, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and toilet. Upstairs, there is a charming mezzanine and two tastefully decorated bedrooms.

Accommodating up to 5 people (plus a toddler), this cottage provides a warm and relaxing atmosphere. Surrounded by numerous paths, you can easily explore and enjoy the beautiful countryside by walking or cycling.

The cottage is available for rent throughout the year, with dates to be agreed upon with the owners who live next door. Whether you are looking for a week-long stay or a weekend getaway, this cottage can cater to your needs.

As for the pricing, we offer the following options:
- July/August: 300 euros per week
- Other months: 250 euros per week
- And throughout the year: 45 euros per night for two people, including a small breakfast.

Experience the tranquility and charm of this delightful cottage and make unforgettable memories in Roussac.


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You can reach our destination by traveling 30 minutes north of Limoges, which is easily accessible via motorway A20. Alternatively, it is only a 15-minute drive from Bellac.



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  • Limoges - Known for its rich history and porcelain production, Limoges is a charming city located near Le Theil. Visitors can explore the Gothic-style Limoges Cathedral, visit the Adrien Dubouché National Museum, and stroll through the picturesque Old Town.
  • Oradour-sur-Glane - Just a short drive from Le Theil, Oradour-sur-Glane is a haunting village that serves as a memorial to the tragic events of World War II. The village was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944, and today, visitors can explore the preserved ruins and learn about the village's history at the Centre de la Mémoire.
  • Saint-Junien - Situated on the banks of the Vienne River, Saint-Junien is a picturesque town famous for its leather industry. Visitors can visit the Leather Museum to learn about the town's craftsmanship, explore the historic town center with its charming streets and buildings, and enjoy outdoor activities like fishing and hiking.
  • Château de Rochechouart - Located in the town of Rochechouart, this medieval castle offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The castle houses the Museum of Contemporary Art, making it a unique blend of history and modern art. Visitors can explore the castle's towers, courtyards, and exhibitions.
  • Monts de Blond - Nature lovers will appreciate the Monts de Blond, a beautiful natural park near Le Theil. The area is known for its rolling hills, dense forests, and picturesque villages. Visitors can enjoy hiking, cycling, and horseback riding trails, as well as visit the quaint villages of Mortemart and Montrol-Sénard.
  • Lac de Saint-Pardoux - If you're looking for outdoor activities and water sports, the Lac de Saint-Pardoux is a great destination. Located near the town of Saint-Pardoux, this large lake offers swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking opportunities. There are also picnic areas and camping facilities available.
  • Bellac - Situated along the Vincou River, Bellac is a charming town with a rich architectural heritage. Visitors can explore the historic town center, admire the Saint-Martial Church, and visit the Bellac Bridge, which offers beautiful views of the river and surrounding countryside.
  • Château de Montbrun - Located near Dournazac, the Château de Montbrun is a well-preserved medieval fortress. Visitors can tour the castle, admire its impressive architecture, and learn about its fascinating history. The castle also hosts various events and exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Châlus - Known for its connection to Richard the Lionheart, Châlus is a small town with a medieval past. Visitors can visit the ruins of the Château de Châlus-Chabrol, where Richard the Lionheart was fatally wounded, and explore the charming streets lined with traditional houses. 10. Musée de la Résistance - Located in Limoges, the Musée de la Résistance is dedicated to preserving the memory of the French Resistance during World War II. The museum showcases artifacts, documents, and testimonies related to this important period in history. These are just a few of the many tourist attractions near Le Theil, offering a mix of history, nature, and cultural experiences.

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