At the northern frontier of Pays d'Oc, the origins of château de Bellac go back to 12th century nobility.
Between the regions of Pays d'Oc and Marche du Limousin, the Vienne department comprises many châteaux and manors. The small township of Bellac, native town of writer Jean Giraudoux, surrounded by hills, valleys and rivers, still retains the souvenir of the Middles Ages. At a time when coins were minted in the shadow of the fortifications protecting the kingdom of France from English Aquitaine.
Bellac, the nobility of a château with good origins
This solid landmark, erected in the 17th century, is located on the outskirts of these postcard images and placed on a landscaped park of 2 hectares. It comprises a main rectangular building, flanked by two round towers, that form, with the outbuildings—including a barn transformed into a guest house of 220 m²— a pretty indoor courtyard, closed by an entrance porch.
Period objects and a gentle lifestyle in a green paradise
With a liveable surface spanning 400 m² on 2 levels, the facade opens up onto a granite staircases. The ground floor unveils, for its part, a kitchen ornamented with a fireplace enhanced by an enameled stove. The room extends into a living room and a dining room topped by French style ceilings, while on the upper level, the 3 bright bedrooms are facing nature. A virgin landscape filled with poetry…
A romantic château, at the heart of deepest France
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