Hotel Du Golf

270 Rue de Toulouse, Limoges, Limousin, 87000, France | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 270 Rue de Toulouse, Limoges, is near Oradour-sur-Glane old town, Musee National de la Porcelaine Adrien Dubouche, Cathedrale St-Etienne, and Musee Municipal.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Golf Limoges

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Limoges

Not a good start to the day!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... the way from Vladivostok in Russia - Incredible. He would have ridden it from South Korea but he wasn't allowed into North Korea which would have given him access to China and then the west. What an adventure!

After this we made our way to Limoges where we were staying for the night.

In the evening we went for a Chinese 'eat all you can' buffet. And we did!

Miles today - 146
Total mileage so far - 2735
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Limoges to Lyon

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 27, 2014

3 photos

... was open because it was Sunday. The last part of the trip was quite breathtaking because we came through the hills (more like small mountains) and looked down on Lyon. And of course what a contrast - the second largest city in France and very touristy so teeming with people and everything open. We ended up having a hamburger on the banks of the Rhone river, delightful, and weather ...

Limoges

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 26, 2014

5 photos

Spent part of the morning looking at their market where we bought some fresh fruit. Really needed it as haven't been eating as much as usual. Limoges is famous for its porcelain and we were lucky enough to see an exhibition that is only held every 2 years. It was fantastic!! Found a ...

St Emilion to Limoges

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 25, 2014

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... century AD and the building served as a stone quarry up until the 19th century when the protection of historical monuments was established. We then visited the Gallo-Roman Vesunna Museum and this was beautifully done. Could have stayed for hours if time had permitted. We then meandered on back roads and the countryside was fantastic. Beautiful chateaus, groves of walnut trees, maize, limousin cattle and ...

Day 25 - Lurking in Limoges

A travel blog entry by c895868 on Jul 25, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... visible from Renaisance thru to modern times. In particular there was extensive porcelain and enamel art pieces, something that Limoges has been famous for 300 years. There was even a few rooms of Egyptian artworks, and Roman statues, sculptures, building stone work etc.

Dinner tonight down on the eating strip on Rue de Charles Michel..........time for a pizza in an Italian restaurant and give the French cuisine a ...