Our house is a former coaching inn, which is why it is equidistant from Brive and Tulle. The post house is where fresh horses were kept ready for riders (and later horse-drawn carriages), to allow maximum speed for communication by mail.

We acquired it in 2002 and have since been working on its restoration, combining the charm of the old with the comfort of the modern. This former relay is located within a one hectare park, with an orchard, undergrowth and a swimming pool which will be at your disposal.

Do you know the Sainte Germaine apple?

Also called apple of the Estre, the latter was born in our relay. The intendant Turgot, around the 1770s, stopped there and asked the peasant to eat. This one offered her apples which he appreciated and thus made her known under the name Sainte Germaine.