A week-long holiday during which you can cook AND paint. Explore different media and formats with Louis Jansen Van Vuuren in his La Creuzette art studio or join Hardy Olivier for cooking sessions in the summer kitchen and on excursions to markets and other great tourist attractions.
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This programme features the best of what the Limousin region has to offer. Your itinerary is filled with a variety of budget-friendly activities and excursions without compromising on the quality of your holiday experience.
Once the art studio sessions are done for the day, guest chefs join the group in the La Creuzette kitchen to celebrate the abundance of the late summer produce.
This is the perfect La Creuzette holiday tailor-made to your needs to include cooking, castles, Aubusson tapestries, Limoges porcelain, wine tastings and much more.
A tailor-made holiday in the beautiful autumn season that will include time to relax and enjoy the wonderful offerings of the Limousin region, but we will also offer charcuterie and French patisserie courses during the week.
Dedicated to the French poet, Arthur Rimbaud, this twenty square metre bedroom has a spectacular 19th century tapestry carton, hand painted on French linen. It almost covers the entire wall behind the two three-quarter beds, which can be made up to form a large king size bed.
Her beguiling beauty, creative spirit and joie de vivre, inspired many fashion and decorative trends. Joséphine de Beauharnais' Château de Malmaison became the focus of the beau monde and the creative avant-garde. Her famous gardens were fragments from paradise.
Two centuries after her death by guillotine in 1793, the name of this French queen remains shrouded in infamy and intrigue. Nonetheless, Marie Antoinette's undeniably unique sense of style and creative genius reflected at Le Petit Trianon at Versaille, heralded a new vogue in decorating.
At the beginning of the Belle Epoque, the Divine Sarah was a French stage and early film actress. In her heyday she was referred to as the "most famous actress the world has ever known".
Named after the celebrated 19th century writer and local personality, this north-facing twenty square metre room overlooks the parterre garden and decorative lily pond.