Les Effrontés Cérez

This apartment of 65 m2 and 4.5 meters under ceiling is housed in old reception rooms of a 19th century residence that long housed the family of the famous porcelain maker, Théodore Haviland.
Built in 1874, the former hotel of Mr. Bramaud du Boucheron, was used from 1895 to 1905 to house the Prefect. It then became the property of the porcelain manufacturer, Théodore Haviland, whose factory was then located on the nearby avenue Garibaldi.
Seduced by the volumes, the history and the charm of the place, it is in this building, today divided into apartments, that Hélène chose to welcome you.
Passionate about antiques and China, she has carefully chosen each object and each piece of furniture to make this place a unique place, both elegant and resolutely comfortable, where modern and old coexist freely.
With high-end bedding, ultra modern appliances, Sothys welcome products, a big screen TV connected to Netflix, beautiful books, collections of comics of all kinds, DVDs and CDs, you have at your disposal all the ingredients to make your stay an unforgettable cocooning moment.

Initially planned for two people with a large bedroom with a comfortable 160X200 bed, a sofa bed with daily sleeping 140X190 is also available (on request) for two other guests.

- Baby equipment on request.
- Pets are allowed on request.
- Non-smoking accommodation and not designed for the organization of parties.

Reviews: 5/5 on Tripadvisor (certificate of excellence) and 5/5 on Airbnb (superhost).

USEFUL INFORMATION

Address: 2, rue du Général Cérez - 87000 LIMOGES
Hours: 7 days a week
Parking: A private and secure place is free of charge at your disposal 25 meters from the accommodation.
Internet: free wifi in the apartment.
TV: TNT + Netflix
Cycling: La Maison du V'lim Tel. 06 19 59 35 65 or Toll Free 0800 94 05 55
SNCF train station: Location at 800 m - Bus line 20 from the Bénédictins station (direction Place Winston Churchill - Arrival avenue de la Liberation) --- Bus line 6 from avenue de la Liberation (direction La Bastide 2 - Arrival Bénédictins station)

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