New owner, gites open since July 2023.
Do not hesitate to contact Angélique for any reservations at
06 83 99 64 52
The Hermine gites in Léobard in the Lot (46) in Occitanie
It is in a setting of green and peaceful nature, in the lieu-dit L’Abbaye Nouvelle de Léobard (46300), that Pascal and Angélique welcome you to spend a pleasant moment with your family, in a group. or with friends.
The property is made up of 4 cottages isolated and located on a 1 hectare plot maintained and planted with trees, a secure heated swimming pool of 12m by 6m, private parking and a playground including a bowling alley, a ping-pong table and a swing…
Located in the Lot in Occitanie near the triangle Sarlat, Grotte de Lascaux, Rocamadour and 1 km from the Dordogne valley and the Périgord Noir (New-Aquitaine), the Gîtes l’Hermine offer you 4 gites of 45m² can accommodate 4 to 5 people or even 7 with option, fully equipped with fitted kitchen, bathroom with walk-in shower, washing machine, bedrooms and covered terrace of 28m² without vis-à-vis with garden furniture, barbecue and deckchairs.
The last cottage is exclusively reserved for relaxation with a Spa and a Sauna to relax (opening in the coming months)
Pets are accepted provided that there is no damage and that they are kept on a leash in the common areas, the lodgings are non-smoking.
Come discover or rediscover these exceptional places that surround us and enjoy our hospitality!
Places and activities not to be missed
Small village on the edge of a cliff known for its religious city, a place of pilgrimage and a thousand-year-old sanctuary. This world-famous medieval city will take you back to the Middle Ages
Commonly called Sarlat, medieval town and historic capital of the Périgord Noir, today constitutes one of the most beautiful medieval ensembles in Europe with no less than 66 listed monuments.
Hikes (GR 652, way of Saint Jacques de Compostelle), many trails, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing, canyoning, caving, gastronomy and vineyards. Good for visiting and exploring!
Located in the town of Montignac-Lascaux, the Lascaux cave was discovered in 1940 by 4 teenagers. It is one of the most important decorated caves of the Upper Palaeolithic.