France is the most visited country in the world with over 80 million visitors per year. There are direct flights all over the world, many ferry ports and an excellent rail and motorway network.
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find and plan your trip. So we have set up this page to help you.Our address is: 2 La Villeneuve, Crozant, Nouvelle-Aquitane, 23160You can type this into any map service on your computer, tablet or phone to get our exact location or click on the red marker in the built-in map.
If you are using GPS, our coordinates are 46.398708 N, 1.584070 EBy Plane
Limoges Bellegarde Airport is only 50 minutes away on the A20 motorway (exit 28) with car hire available at the airport. Airlines and destinations with direct flights to Limoges include:Ryanair - Bristol, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, London Stansted, ManchesterChalair Aviation - Ajaccio - Napoleon Bonaparte, Bastia - Poretta, Lyon - Saint-Exupery, Paris - OrlyFrom the airport, follow signs for Poitiers, Orléans and the A20, which will take you quickly to the D2000 heading north-east. After this, ignore the Poitiers exit and continue along the D2000 until it joins the motorway, then head north towards Paris and Orléans.
There is a direct link from Paris Austerlitz to La Souterraine station 20 minutes away, there is also Limoges Benedictin station where you can hire a car or take a local train to St Sébastien, 5km from us. Travel time by Eurostar from central London to Limoges is approximately 7 hours in total. Alternatively, there is a direct connection from the Eurostar terminal in Lille to La Souterraine (20 minutes from us), where car hire is also available.EurostarTGV
If you are travelling by car from the UK, there is a wide choice of ferries from various locations on the UK coast to Calais, Caen, Cherbourg, Dieppe, Dunkirk, Le Havre, Roscoff and St Malo.Brittany FerriesCondor FerriesDFDS Ferry TravelP & O FerriesBy Car
If you prefer to drive, there are many motorway links from the Channel ports and northern European countries to get you well south of Paris. From Orléans the A71, or Tours the A85, both lead to the main interchanges at Vierzon, from where the A20 heads south past Châteauroux to Limoges - this section is toll-free, and generally traffic-free too. The total toll from Calais is less than €35, depending on the route you choose.
Whether you are coming from the north or south, take exit 20 off the A20, then follow the D36 through Argentières to Eguzon (about 10 minutes from the motorway). In the town centre, turn right onto the D913 towards Crozant and Dun-le-Palestel (you will pass the supermarket and petrol station on your right as you leave the town). After 6 km, a blue sign reads "Département de la Creuse". Shortly after, the road turns left, then straightens out. Shortly afterwards, take the first road on the right. This is the short road to Villeneuve.