Accueil dans petite bâtisse indépendante, rénovée au charme des vieilles pierres et du bois avec cuisine et terrasse donnant sur la prairie limousine et les animaux. Chambre en demi-niveau avec 4 marches sans rampe pour accéder, ceci peut poser problème pour les personnes à mobilité délicate. Poêle à bois. Période Covid-19: voir règlement intérieur et descriptif logement pour garantir la sécurité de tous.
“We were able to stay only one night but it was happiness, we had a great time. The owners are very welcoming and friendly, we were able to go see the horses, the breakfast on top served like royalty, a very large plot in the middle of the countryside. If you like the countryside this is the ideal place Big thanks to the owner”
Gîte moderne avec cuisine complète et belle salle de bain (2 lavabos, 1 x toilette et 1 x douche), 2 x lits simples et 1 x lit double, le tout sur une mezzanine ouverte, accès à la piscine et terrasse ensoleillée avec barbecue pour les invités et balançoire. Look on Youtube for 'Theil gite' videos. Situé à Theil, entre Treignac et Chamberet, à 3 km au nord de la route Treignac-Chamberet, à 1,5 km après Caud.
“Neil is a quality host, the accommodation is very nice and the environment is fantastic! Neil is very attentive to questions and impressive discretion! We had a great family holiday! Thanks a lot ”
An independant Annexe, which sleeps 2-3 that is attached but separate to the house. Organic breakfast is included. There is a kitchen, lounge, double bedroom, bathroom with bath and shower and private garden. The organic/sustainable fermette raises goats, bees, chickens and seasonal vegetables and herbs. We make goats cheese, honey and herbs. We also live with a donkey, sheep, dogs and cats.....
“Lesley's annexe is a really cosy stop-off. It's off the beaten track, in an area apparently not much visited and a rural idyll. It's at the end of a terrace of old farm buildings, Lesley's home being next door. Being a pretty old, thick-walled stone building, it's totally private and a beautiful place to arrive at after a long drive. The small kitchen area that you walk into is well equiped (toaster, kettle, bottle-opener, cutlery, utensils, crockery, a variety of pans, sieve, colander etc.) and thoughtfully laid out. It could easily serve for the cooking of a full meal (four gas rings). There's a small table to eat at. The lounge part of this single room is cosy and comfortable, with sofa, armchair and a third wicker chair and a tasteful, gas-powered burner. A spiral staircase makes good use of the small space and takes you up to a single double bedroom, again, very small, but not inpractical with a lovely low window beneath the eaves. The double bed is comfortable. If you're bringing a young child, Lesley will put out a cot unless you ask her not to. - it's a modern travel cot with sheets and thin mattress also provided. Upstairs, there's also a recently fitted, decent-sized, modern bathroom with good corner bath and shower, a loo and a basin and heated towel rail. One of the highlights of our one night stay was the breakfast that Lesley hangs on the door at about 8.30a.m.: freshly baked home-made bread and hard-boiled eggs (uncooked also being an option) laid by the farm's hens. The home-made produce available to you in the kitchen also includes honey and delicious cereals, butter, milk and a variety of jams. Lesley keeps goats. . . beautfiully kept goats in a beautfiul barn, each with a name to which it will respond! Some of them are a rare Guersey breed and there's young, michievous donkey, too. Lesley is a great host. She has thought everything through so carefully but without fuss and she clearly means it when she says to ask if you need anything, whilst otherwise expecting you'll want to be left to your own devices. A terrific stay and superb value.”