Le Petit Lac - Holiday Rentals in the Limousin France

Welcome to Le Petit Lac, a large house separated into 2 spacious Gîtes with lake and heated swimming pool in the Creuse department of the beautiful Limousin region of France. Sleeps up to 18 persons. Games room with : pool table, table tennis, table football and darts plus children's play area with climbing frames, swings and slide.

Swimming Pool Lovely lake view Games room

Apartment/gîte 1 can be rented as a one bedroom, three bedroom or four bedroom option and Apartment/gîte 2 as a 3 bedroom. Rent both apartments together as a 7 bedroom option for up to 18 persons, ideal for large families or groups who wish to holiday together, but enjoy their own space.

BBQ Area
Bed and breakfast or self catering available.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing holiday in the Limousin, house hunting in the area or just passing through, Le Petit Lac, Bourganeuf, offers versatile holiday accommodation.

Situated on the edge of the small town of Bourganeuf in the Creuse department of the Limousin France but only 10 mins from the border of the Haute-Vienne

Our holiday rentals are situated just a 5 minute walk from the town center of Bourganeuf which is a medieval town in the Creuse department of the Limousin, with Chateau, Tour de Zizim and has a traditional French market weekly for all your local produce. Bourganeuf is a quiet town but has bars, restaurants and local shops and a square with church, marie and typical old french buildings. There is a larger supermarket situated just 1 mile from our rental to stock up on the holiday essentials.

There are also English speaking estate agents for those tempted to buy in this beautiful region. It is still possible to find a bargin property in the Limousin for holidays or to re-locate for a complete lifestyle change. B and B available with lots of advice for househunters.
View of Bourganeuf

You can play a round of golf on the 9 hole golf course in Bourganeuf which has recently undergone improvements or take a look at the Electricity museum, conveniently situated next door to the Petit Lac (Bourganeuf in the Limousin was one of the first towns in France to have electricity).

For the keen walkers there are many marked walks around the town, colour coded for length and difficulty. The Limosin region offers some beautiful walking countryside.

The firework display on Bastille Day (July 14th) is spectacular and not to be missed. The annual brocante is in the middle of August and Fete de la musique et le fete de St Jean at the end of June. Make the most of the few days of the year when the music and dancing goes on after midnight in the square.

The Limousin region

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Offers lush green countryside with many lakes, forests and rivers. Ideal for the keen walker or fisherman but also appealing to someone who wants complete relaxation in an un-spoilt part of France. Limoges is a 45 minutes drive from Le Petit Lac and offers all the shopping and restaurants expected from a city. Also don't forget to pick up the famous Limoges pottery.

The Creuse (Department 23)

One of the 3 departments making up the Limousin, it is one of the least populated departments in France. It is renowned for its peaceful, unspoilt countryside, dramatic landscapes and breathtaking views and lots of water, everywhere. It has rivers full of Trout, Trench, Roach, Carp, and Pike, just pick up a fishing license from your local bar tabac and get casting.

Royere de Vassiviere The Creuse region of the Limousin is one of the most undiscovered regions of France the roads are empty of traffic and offer the car and motorcyclist freedom to ride. At Le Petit Lac we offer B&B stopovers to recuperate you on your travels.

The Creuse is well known among French cyclists for its mountain biking and downhilling with the French Mountain Bike Cup and stages in the MTB Tour de France held here almost every year. There are hundreds of kilometres of marked paths and newly constructed downhill runs which aren't for the faint hearted.

Also throughout the Creuse region there are numerous small towns and villages each with it's own character with bars and cafes where you can sit and watch the world go by. The landscape of the Limousin has been celebrated by artists such as Monet and Renoir and has parts known as George Sand country (after the author).