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Pascale Dentin
La Ligne
Angles Sur L'anglin


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price from €75





Description for B&B:

The first bedroom offers convenient amenities including a bathroom, toilet, a comfortable 1m60 bed, a television, and WiFi internet.
The second bedroom also provides a shower, toilet, a cozy 1m60 bed, a television, and internet access.
You can enjoy your breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace during the summer.
The region offers numerous attractions to explore, including magnificent castles, abbeys, and parks like Futuroscope.
Our location on the outskirts of the Brenne park, with its picturesque thousand lakes, adds to the beauty of the surroundings.
We offer a discount for stays of three nights or more, and we happily accept holiday checks as payment.


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To reach Lurais from Paris, take the A10 and exit at Chatellerault. Continue towards Pleumartin and Angles sur l'Anglin. Once you reach the village, head towards Tournon and then turn right towards Lurais Line.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 75 75


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  • Angles-sur-l'Anglin Castle: Located in the picturesque village of Angles-sur-l'Anglin, this medieval castle is perched on a hilltop overlooking the Anglin River. It offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside and houses a small museum showcasing the history of the region.
  • Roc aux Sorciers: This prehistoric rock shelter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features a remarkable collection of Magdalenian-era rock engravings. Visitors can witness ancient depictions of animals and human figures, providing a fascinating glimpse into the lives of our distant ancestors.
  • Saint-Pierre Church: Situated in the heart of Angles-sur-l'Anglin, this Romanesque church dates back to the 12th century. It boasts beautiful stained glass windows, intricate sculptural details, and a peaceful atmosphere, making it a must-visit for history and art enthusiasts.
  • La Vallée des Singes: Located in Romagne, approximately 30 minutes from La Ligne, this unique monkey sanctuary is home to over 30 primate species. Visitors can observe the monkeys in their natural habitat, walk through spacious enclosures, and learn about conservation efforts to protect these fascinating creatures.
  • Saint-Savin Abbey Church: A short drive from La Ligne, this magnificent abbey church is renowned for its well-preserved medieval frescoes, which cover over 700 square meters of its walls. The intricate artwork depicts biblical scenes and is considered one of the most important examples of Romanesque mural painting in Europe.
  • Futuroscope: Situated in Poitiers, around an hour's drive from La Ligne, Futuroscope is a futuristic theme park offering a range of immersive and interactive experiences. Visitors can enjoy thrilling rides, 3D and 4D shows, and cutting-edge technology presentations that explore the possibilities of the future.
  • Chauvigny: This charming medieval town, located approximately 40 minutes from La Ligne, is known for its well-preserved architecture. Highlights include the impressive Château de Chauvigny, the Collégiale Saint-Pierre, and the Les Géants du Ciel bird show, where visitors can witness magnificent birds of prey in flight.
  • Crocodile Planet: Situated in Civaux, just a short drive from La Ligne, Crocodile Planet is a unique attraction housing over 200 crocodiles and alligators. Visitors can learn about these fascinating reptiles, observe feeding sessions, and even hold a baby crocodile under the supervision of trained handlers.
  • Brenne Regional Nature Park: Located to the north of La Ligne, this vast nature reserve is a haven for birdwatching enthusiasts. With over 2,000 lakes and ponds, Brenne offers a diverse ecosystem supporting a wide range of bird species, making it an ideal spot for nature lovers and photographers. 10. Abbey of Saint-Savin-sur-Gartempe: Situated near the town of Saint-Savin, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its exceptional Romanesque murals. The intricate and well-preserved frescoes adorn the walls and vaulted ceilings of the abbey, depicting biblical scenes and offering a fascinating glimpse into medieval art and culture.

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