What to bring & how to get here
What to bring
- Sun hat, suncream, insect repellant.
- Swimming gear. There is freshwater swimming to be enjoyed at Le Lac de La Veau Gelade, and Le Lac de Vassiviere has supervised swimming beaches each summer. Both are a short car journey from us.
- Rainproof coat and some warm layers. Summers are usually gloriously warm. However, we do sometimes have cooler days and evenings. “Le Météo”
- Walking boots/shoes to enjoy the many walks and trails on the doorstep and beyond. Slippers or thick socks to wear inside the chalet
- Camera, to capture your golden moments in the unspoilt scenery.
- Comfortable, loose clothing for Chakradance and meditation sessions.
- Health insurance. (Remember an up-to-date EHIC if travelling from the UK)
- Travel insurance.
How to get here
Arriving by plane
Limoges is the nearest airport (approximately 90 minutes away by road). There are regular flights between the UK and Europe with Flybe, Ryanair.
Useful Links: Limoges airport Flybe Ryanair Air France KLM
Arriving by Train
Limoges-Bénédictins Station is the largest station in the area (90 minutes away by road), with Eymoutiers being the nearest at 45 minutes.
Useful Links: Eurostar SNCF – La Société nationale des chemins de fer français The Trainline Europe
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Arriving by Road
Google Earth hasn’t yet driven through our forest so to the left is an additional map for your convenience. Match the magenta road shape on the aerial view to the left with the white road on the Google map to the right.
GPS co-ordinates for the chalet are to the left and a larger map is below.
If your GPS doesn’t want to take you into the forest, the second co-ordinates are for the hamlet of La Valette.