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Michèle Valette
Le Masrouzeau
Sainr Léger Bridereix


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Located in Creuse, central France, this charming gite is situated 60 km north of Limoges, known as the international capital of China, and 80 km from Aubusson, the tapestry capital of the world. The ground floor of the gite features a welcoming hall, a cozy bedroom with a comfortable double bed (140), a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a WC, and convenient electric heating. Outside, guests can enjoy a lovely terrace, a beautiful garden, a barbecue area, and the convenience of a garage for their car.

Nature lovers will be delighted by the nearby opportunities for scenic walks, with a stream just 150 m away and a forest only 200 m from the gite. For those who enjoy fishing and swimming, there is a picturesque lake just 2 km away. Additionally, an indoor swimming pool and various shops can be found just 8 km from the gite.

During your stay, be sure to savor the delicious local produce, including Limousin meat, Baronet lamb, chestnuts, chanterelle mushrooms, Limousin apples, potato pie, clafoutis, Creuse cake, and black ass pork. The area is also known for its numerous marked hiking trails, allowing guests to explore the diverse landscapes of La Creuse, including hills (such as the peak of 3 horns) and plateaus (like the Millevaches plateau), as well as rivers (such as the Sédelle gorge and the confluence of the Creuse) and forests (including the Chabrières forest, which is home to a wolf park).

For history enthusiasts, the region offers opportunities to immerse yourself in medieval history, with attractions such as the ruins of Crozant and the Bridiers dungeon, as well as the nearby La Underground. Art lovers can discover the works of the painters from the School of Fresselines, while those inspired by literature can walk in the footsteps of George Sand in Gargilesse.


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Take the E09 motorway (also known as A20) starting from Paris.



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  • Château de Boussac: Located in the town of Boussac, this medieval castle is a must-visit attraction. It is known for its impressive architecture, beautiful gardens, and a rich historical past.
  • Guéret: Guéret is the largest town in the Creuse department and offers numerous tourist attractions. Visit the Villemonteix Castle, the Sénatorerie Park, or the Museum of Art and Archaeology to explore the town's cultural and natural heritage.
  • Lac de Vassivière: Situated in the Limousin region, Lac de Vassivière is a stunning man-made lake surrounded by lush forests. It is an ideal spot for outdoor activities like swimming, boating, hiking, and picnicking.
  • Aubusson: Known as the international capital of tapestry, Aubusson is home to the Cité Internationale de la Tapisserie. Discover the art of tapestry-making through interactive exhibits and admire the intricate designs created over centuries.
  • Wolves of Chabrières: Located in Guéret, the Wolves of Chabrières is a unique park that allows visitors to observe wolves in their natural habitat. Take a guided tour to learn about these fascinating creatures and their conservation efforts.
  • Château de Villemonteix: Situated near Aubusson, this fairy-tale castle boasts an impressive Renaissance façade and beautiful gardens. Explore the castle's rooms and grounds, which showcase period furniture, art, and stunning views.
  • Crozant: Nestled along the Creuse River, the picturesque village of Crozant is famous for its stunning landscapes that have inspired many artists. Explore the ruins of the Crozant Castle and enjoy scenic walks along the riverbanks.
  • Gargilesse-Dampierre: This charming village is known for its picturesque setting and artistic heritage. Visit the Saint-Valentin Church, stroll through the quaint streets, and admire the works of local artists displayed in various galleries.
  • Sainte-Sévère-sur-Indre: This small village gained fame as the setting for the classic French film "Jour de Fête." Explore the town's charming streets, visit the film-related museum, and enjoy a relaxing walk along the Indre River. 10. Éguzon-Chantôme: Situated on the banks of the Creuse River, Éguzon-Chantôme is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts. Enjoy activities like sailing, kayaking, and fishing, or simply relax by the lakeside beaches. These attractions near Le Masrouzeau offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring historical castles and villages to immersing yourself in the region's stunning natural beauty.

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