4 Bedroom (Sleeps 8) Cottage in Correze

Lakeside holiday home for rental in Correze - with wifi, wood burning stove and lake.
At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.
Reference: P218958 - Book via Simply Owners and pay no booking fees or extra charges

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Owner: Jerry Morgan
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Overview

  • Property Type: Cottage
  • Location: Correze
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum nights stay: 7
  • Low season price per week: £253
  • High season price per week: £495
  • Property Rating: 5/5 Average Rating (17 Reviews)
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability

Description

Lakeside House, Swimming, Sailing, Windsurfing etc. This cottage/gite is in a rural setting.
Situated a few 100 metres from a beautiful lake surrounded by forests in rural Correze. The lake beach is shared by a handful of other properties providing swimming, fishing, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, water and jet skiing opportunities. In Neuvic, across the lake, golf, horse riding and tennis are available. Well equipped, comfortable and homely property 3½km from Liginiac with several basic shops, and 7km from the greater range of facilities in Neuvic.

The property consists of 2 double and 2 twin bedrooms. Bathroom. Shower room and a third wc. French tv, digital satellite, dvd/video, radio/cd. Washing machine. Free WIFI. Centrally heated and wood burning stove. Plot is 1/3 acre with garden furniture and barbecue. Balcony overlooking lake.

Red squirrels in the garden. No smoking inside property. Short breaks not available during July or August.

Owner's terms and conditions

No smoking inside property.

Short breaks not available during July or August. Contact owner for rates.

Contact owner by email or phone to request a booking.

15% booking deposit. Balance due 6 weeks before arrival together with £200 security deposit returned within 1 week of
leaving property if no damage or excessive cleaning. It is suggested that the security deposit is paid by a separate cheque.
All payments will be acknowledged by email.

Bookings are from Saturday to Saturday and commence at 4pm and end at 10am unless otherwise agreed. Dates flexible out
of season.



Type
Cottage/Gite

Kitchen and dining
Comprehensive crockery, cutlery, cookware and glasses, including electric oven, gas/electric hob, fridge. Freezer, microwave oven, electric kettle, filter coffee-maker, washing machine, ironing board and iron. Also in the kitchen you will find a comprehensive range of herbs and spices.
Living rooms
Dining table which accommodates 8, 3 piece suite, tv receiving French terrestrial and British Freeview via satellite, dvd/video, radio/cd also receiving British Freeview stations via satellite. Free wi-fi. Wood burning stove. Telephone for incoming and emergency calls. There is a bookcase with books, games and a folder with information on the local area.
Bedrooms
Upstairs - one double luxuriously fitted with wild cherry furniture including a ‘boat’ bed and balcony overlooking lake. One twin bedded. Downstairs. One double, one twin bedded.
Bathrooms
Upstairs - shower with basin and toilet. Downstairs - bath with shower, basin and toilet. Separate toilet with basin

Garden and outside
Good sized gardens to front, sides and rear. Bbq, table for 8 people, sunloungers.

Visitor suitability
Whether you are young or old, enjoy peace and tranquillity, bird and animal watching and or activity holiday, walking, cycling, swimming, fishing, golf, horse riding or watersports, the property and location have what you want

Information about any additional facilities
The lottissement residents own the jetty and bathing pontoon both of which are also available to guests.

Facilities
• Cleaning
• Internet
• No smoking

Activities
Cycling
Fishing nearby
Species of fish: Trout, carp, perch, pike and sandre
Name of nearest fishing location: Lake de Neuvic

Golf
Name and address of nearest golf course: Golf de Neuvic Rue de l'Agriculture 19160 Neuvic
Distance: 7 km

Horse riding
Name and address of nearest stables: Centre Equestre Route St Thomas 19160 Neuvic
Distance: 7 km

Sports

Walking
Name/number of nearest marked trail: Sentier Forestier (5 miles distance) Le Puy de Manzagol (local) Notre Dame de Pennacorn (6 miles distance)

Watersports
On the lake one can swim, either from the jetty near the house, from the main beach area next to the Hotel du Lac or at La Maury in Manzagol. In addition there is canoeing, water skiing, wind surfing, sailing and jet skiing on the lake. Boats can be hired and lessons given if required.

The Owner Recommends

Auberge des Gabariers, Argentat
On the quayside at Argentat this is a wonderful setting for a lunch or evening meal. As well as the a la carte menu there are set menus.

Besse and Super Besse
With picturesque shop-lined streets dating from the 15th and 16th centuries Besse is in the heart of the St Nectaire cheese producing region. Nearby Super Besse is one of the largest ski centres in the region.

Birds and Wildlife
This doesn’t have to be very active since there is a large variety seen from the house. Animal visitors to the garden and/or lotissement through the year include hare, frogs, lizards, red squirrel, bats, deer and, unfortunately, pine marten. Birds seen in the garden or from the house include robin, chaffinch, greenfinch, bullfinch, house and hedge sparrows, blackbird, robin, blue tit, great tit, coal tit, willow tit, crested tit, long tailed tit, nuthatch, green woodpecker, great spotted woodpecker, black redstart, pied wagtail, common buzzard, red kite, black kite, great crested grebe, great northern diver, heron, swallow, swift and house martin. In the vicinity stoat, badger and barn owls have been seen.

Bort-Les-Orgues
Whilst Bort-Les-Orgues itself is an ordinary country town it has a small fortified church with its original stalls. However its main attraction is a massive natural formation known as the Organ Pipes which is a high cliff worn into a series of stark rock pillars 80m to 100m high. Just outside Bort-Les-Orgues is the Chateau du Val which is on the lakeside. It is open to visitors with a guided tour. In addition there are boat trips on the lake.

Brive-La-Gaillard
A large town with wonderful avenues and a wide variety of shops, restaurants and hotels.

Fishing
This can be done on the lake as well as surrounding rivers and lakes. A popular location is on the bridge from the main Neuvic/Ussel road to the lotissement. A licence needs to be obtained and this is available in Neuvic.

Golf
There is a golf course in Neuvic on the road leading to the lake. Other courses are between Tulle and Brive at Aubazine, about 45 miles away, at Peyrelevade and near Gouzon about 60 miles away. Details can be obtained from the Neuvic course. Equipment can be hired from Neuvic but I don't know about the other courses.

Horse Riding
There is an equestrian centre in Neuvic which is sign posted from the church.There is riding stables in Liginiac.

La Maury, Manzagol
La Maury is a holiday centre on the lakeside in Manzagol where there is a bar/restaurant. It is a wonderful setting on the side of the lake. It has an a la carte menu as well as set menus. In addition there is a beach and various activities including:- a children's playground, a tennis court, a game of bowls ground, 3 ping-pong tables and a volley net. Other activities are climbing, tennis and an orientation course.

Meymac
The ‘capital’ of the Millevache plateau this picturesque town has a 12th century church.

Mont Dore
This spa town with its thermal baths is the centre of winter sports in the Massif Central. The town has some excellent restaurants and shops. Above the town is Puy Sancy which you can either walk or take a cable car to the top. A car park and restaurant are at the base.

Nearest Restaurant
La Maury on lakeside in village.

Neuvic
The nearest town of any size has a number of basic shops as well as a bank. There is a market on alternate Tuesdays for local food as well as clothing and other items.

Puy Mary
At the junction of the D680 and D17 those who are energetic can walk to the table of orientation at the summit, 1787 metres. Those less inclined can enjoy the magnificent views from the bar/restaurant at the car park.

Restaurant des Voyageurs et des Touristes, Le Falgoux
Whilst a little further away on the road between Mauriac and Puy Mary this restaurant makes a pleasant lunch halt. They have set menus and a la carte. The restaurant has magnificent panoramic views over the valley and up towards Puy Mary. The owner, Bernard, speaks a little English.

Rocamadour
South of Martel just off the N140, about 90-100 miles away, Rocamadour is a religious town. It is built on the side of a cliff and well worth a visit although it is a tourist attraction. On the route take in Bealieu-sur-Dordogne sometimes referred to as ‘Limousin Riviera’ this picturesque town on the Dordogne has a 12th century church. Also visit the village of Padirac on the D673 about 8 miles from Rocamadour. A visit to the caves is recommended.

Salers
On the D680 south of Bort-Les-Orgues in the Auvergne this picturesque town is on the route to the Pas de Peyrol and Puy Mary.

Tulle
This is a large town with superb shopping. The market is on Wednesdays on the banks of the Correze.

Ussel
About 10 miles away this is a largish town with Leclerc and Intermarche supermarkets. It has attractive side streets in the old town with an array of stores. The market is on alternate Wednesdays, the same weeks as at Neuvic.




17 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

A. Nony Mouse17 September, 2021

By A. Nony Mouse on 17-Sep-2021

This was a great gite, the scores are lower than perfect due to the lovely rural location and the the fact that we were the first tenants after the lengthy Covid lockdown. The property was very well equipped, comfortable and exactly as described. Jerry, the owner, was exceptionally communicative and helpful. We drove down from Scotland in September, 2021 and crossed over with Brittany Ferries from Portsmouth to Caen (Ouistreham). This trip was postponed from last year. The ferries were as good as ever - no problems, very clean and efficient.

5 of of 5

Frankie1 October, 2019

By Frankie on 01-Oct-2019

Having seen all the pictures of the property and locality, I was expecting a great deal....I was not disappointed. The premises were fabulous: well equipped, comfortable, clean and not even the weather could dampen our spirits. I would highly recommend this property to anyone. The view over the lake was great, even if it as cloudy and drizzly, and in the course of the week we saw fox, badger, hedgehog, squirrel and numerous birds, including buzzards. The local town of Neuvic had all we needed, especially at Inter-Marche, and the roads were quiet. A great week was had by all four of us!

5 of of 5

Alex Thorndike27 August, 2018

By Alex Thorndike on 27-Aug-2018

We had an amazing time at Lakeside house. The house is extremely comfortable and the setting is amazing. The lake was beautiful and all of us had a wonderful time. Jerry was very helpful providing us with all the information we needed and we didn't have any problems at all.

5 of of 5

Prices

2/04/22 to 6/05/22 £253
7/05/22 to 3/06/22 £297
4/06/22 to 2/07/22 £396
2/07/22 to 2/09/22 £495
3/09/22 to 30/09/22 £297
1/10/22 to 4/11/22 £253
1/04/23 to 5/05/23 £253
6/05/23 to 2/06/23 £297
3/06/23 to 30/06/23 £396
£495
2/09/23 to 6/10/23 £297
7/10/23 to 3/11/23 £253

Location

Suitability

Children Welcome

Facilities

Refrigerator
Hob
Oven
Microwave
Coffee Maker
Toaster
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Internet
Telephone
Fireplace
Wood stove
Heating
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Parking
Living Room
Ironing Board
Television
Satellite/Cable
DVDs
Books
Balcony
Garden
Tennis
Golf
Kayak/Canoe
Water Sports Equipment

Theme

Adventure
Away from it all
Family
Sports activities