At the heart of the Limousin Périgord natural park, 30 minutes from Limoges: at the end of the village, past the small bridge, the alley of old oaks welcomes you in a green bath. The wooded land on 5 ha nestles in a meander of the small river Gorre. The mill is camped along the reach; a bamboo plantation softens the north side while in the south, the terrace of the gîte overlooks the edge of the wood. The facade mirrors the ruined stable, inhabited by a huge cherry tree and a large bench for naps.
“Small haven of peace in the green We came to "remake the world" by hiking around. We certainly discovered beautiful walking paths, easy to access, with beautiful views but above all a beautiful place to regain strength, cozy, rustic, perfect for recharging your batteries, with the chirping of birds and the lapping of the little ru that is passing next to accompany you to breakfast. Forget work, drop your computer and tablets, the network is not very accessible anyway, find peace and nature. And quiet! there are tons of books and hiking guides available. Do not forget your little wool because the charm of having a wood stove to heat this charming place has the downside of not heating the room very hard, but so you will find yourself all around the flames, to keep you warm together and talk to you, in these times when it is each in his chair to ignore the others. . . As for the welcome, all the comments speak for it, our hosts are at the same time simple, sincere and warm, a real pleasure to be around them, moments which made this wkend at the Moulin de La Forge all the more unforgettable. We recommend !!”
Charmante maison cosy très lumineuse proche d'un cours d'eau et de tous commerces
“We had a very pleasant time at Christian's, the welcome and the house more than met our expectations. Christian remained available without being intrusive, the house is large and it feels very good. The layout and equipment are modern. In short, no complaints, we will no doubt return to Bosmie-L'Aiguille!”
Your next holiday in our refurbished barn with private rear courtyard and hot-hub, front garden. Light open plan downstairs with french doors to your courtyard. Each bedroom has separate private, full bathroom. Quiet hamlet setting only 8 mins to the town of Chalus and the shrine of 'Richard the Lionheart'. We have a pool, games room, playing field, and lovely woodland to walk through. If you would like to stay with us but your preferd dates are not available, we also have a 4 bed bnb suite.
“We spent our Easter weekend at Bianka and Daren and felt comfortable from the first moment. The cottage exceeded our expectations in every way, the decor is perfect and with great attention to detail, every little thing is thought of. Everything is available, including toiletries in the bathroom. Everything was super clean, We were very happy about the lovingly chosen welcome basket with organic products and the beautifully laid table. There is a lot of emphasis on sustainability, including outdoor solar lighting, waste separation and much more. We had planned some things, but we felt so well at this special place that we spent most of the time in the garden. It's the perfect place to switch off, One of our favorite places was the small terrace in front of our house where we were welcomed in the morning by the rooster and its chickens, the cats Kasper, Boomer and Tinka and the dogs Indy and Sly. Even the goats Jill and Jack were caressed by us. For us as animal lovers a great place. Daren and Bianka are perfect hosts and have a keen sense of whether you want to be in contact or rather be left alone. They are always there and helpful and have tips for excursions in the area. Directly from the area you can take beautiful walks in the forest, to hamlets in the area or to a small lake. We are passionate about Bianka's cooking and recommend everyone to be pampered by her. With the two you can just feel good, we have never had such wonderful hosts. We came as guests and felt like friends. We would have liked to stay longer. Bianka and Daren, we miss you and look forward to our next visit. Hille and Birgit”