Located in beautiful rural area in Limousin. Very natural location, full of meadows, forests, lakes, rivers etc.
There is an ancient fortress nearby to enjoy and explore.
Abbatial church de Saint Pierre (Solignac)
Aquarium du Limousin
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Hampshire 18 Oct 2008
On first glance this is a great site - large pitches, lovely grounds, convenient location and is certainly excellent as a stopover site on the way further south due to its close proximity to a junction on the toll free A20. However not to be recommended for longer stays - its a bit like staying at a Travelodge for 2 weeks -each evening you have new neighbours who either the following morning or certainly in a day or two will be packing up and moving on. The lake is certainly not suitable for swimming in fact on site there are notices prohibiting swimming in the lake. There is no laundry services (unless you count the washing up sinks) , and the bar / restaurant and swimming pool have random opening and closing times depending on the availability of the owner - the pool can only be accessed through the bar/games room area and due to the bar the owner needs to be present for it all to be open. The 'shop' sells wine and ice creams only although there is a good Spar shop with long opening hours about 1.5 miles away in Beaune Les Mines. Also the site closes its gates at 10pm (as is the norm in France) however due to being a secure Chateau grounds this means it does not appear that you can get on to the site even by foot after the gate closing - no late dinners out then if you want to stay here!. Castel Camping Du Chateau De Leychoisier, Haute-Vienne, France