In the south of Corrèze, in the Dordogne valley, a charming fully equipped chalet with a large covered terrace awaits you for a pleasant family holiday, close to the Honey Lake (free access for our tenants), which is one of the few lakes to be awarded the European Blue Flag.
In an exceptional setting, at the crossroads of Brive La Gaillarde /Argentat, and Tulle / Beaulieu sur Dordogne, you can take full advantage of the gastronomic pleasures of Corrèze (foie gras, duck breast, chestnuts,...), recharge your batteries (hiking, canoeing,...), visit the most beautiful villages of France,....
The charming village of Beynat, situated at an altitude of more than 500 metres, offers all amenities (petrol station, shops, health centre, local market, etc.).
On site, children can enjoy the playgrounds (slide, swings, spring games, ping pong, pétanque,...) and the multi-sports ground (basketball, hand,...).
You will have access to the swimming pools (open from Easter to the end of September), the largest (16 m x 8.40 m) being covered and heated.
You will also have free access to the lake, where swimming is supervised in July and August.
The fine sandy beach is ideal for children to enjoy themselves.
The snack bar, which is on the waterfront, offers themed evenings in summer (mussel and chips evenings, concerts, etc.).
The more sporty guests can use the tennis courts or play miniature golf (extra charge).
With a surface area of 35 m2, the chalet includes:
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 Living room with a sofa bed
- 1 equipped kitchenette (electric hob, dishwasher, microwave/grill, coffee maker, kitchen utensils, fridge with independent freezer compartment, ...)
- 1 bathroom with shower
- 1 separate WC
The large covered terrace of 17 m², with garden furniture, will allow you to fully enjoy the outdoor life.
Free parking is available near the chalet. Bread and pastries store for orders placed the day before, in July and August.
With your family, you will be able to discover marvellous sites such as Collonges la Rouge, the canal des Moines in Aubazine, the Pans de Travassac, Roche de Vic, the waterfalls of Murel, the Neanderthal man museum, the Padirac chasm, Rocamadour, Lascaux IV, the dams (Bort Les Orgues, Chastang,...).