25 Apr 2014

Spring is here!

Written by  Martin Webb Published in Blog

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05 Mar 2014

Antler Antics

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It’s amazing what you can find in the woods at Le Puy. This incredible set of antlers was found by the kids while they were out exploring. They belonged to “Tim” who died of natural causes last year – the local wildlife have now cleaned the head at it’s ready to be mounted on a wall somewhere.
05 Mar 2014

Pieces of eight

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Half-term at Le Puy was great – damming streams, quad-biking, building fires and generally enjoying the great outdoors. It rained one day , but we drove into Limoges (about 45 minutes away) and spent lots of money on things I didn’t realise we needed. We also popped down to Lake Vasiviere and checked out the brand new shoreside kid’s playground. Needless to say, they loved it! The theme is pirates and submarines and I wished I was small enough to have a go.
21 Jan 2014
A trip to Le Puy isn’t complete without a bonfire (well at least in the winter). We built this one, felt pleased with ourselves when we got the damp woof burning and then sat drinking the local cider whilst staring deep into the flames. The sky was clear above with a couple of shooting stars to complete the scene. Definately better than sitting inside watching television. Roll on February half-term and our next trip to France.
21 Jan 2014

Off Roading

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Last week felt like spring. January temperatures close to 20 degrees. The perfect excuse to take the Landrover off road. Just outside the gates of Le Puy we have endless off road tracks that wind up hills, past lakes and cross streams. It easy to get lost despite the handy signs that mark some of the crossroads. In this photo we climbed up a steep track only to find it came to an abrupt end with no space to turn. We got it stuck on a tree trunk as we tried to make our retreat. Nothing was damaged and the views over the nearby hills made the hassle worthwhile.
26 Aug 2013

What a wonderful holiday!

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What a great week we had at Le Puy. Stunning weather, great guests staying and lots of days out. This is a typical breakfast scene – deer, ducks and chickens all turning up to say good morning!This sums up what makes this place so special.

25 Jul 2013

Time for a bath

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In the current heat, the deer have been coming for a swim in large numbers. It’s a great sight to see around 20 red deer all trying to cool off in the pond. I’m not so sure the fish and newts will be so happy about it!
20 Jul 2013
This beach is just 15 minutes from Le Puy on Lake Vasivierre. We went to this place for the first time this week – a wonderful cafe, golden sand, a kid’s playground and even funky new toilets. A great day out and we almost had the place to ourselves.
17 Jun 2013

Keep the Kid’s Happy

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The new games room has a snooker table, drum kit, fitness kit and a TV just for watching DVDs and playing computer games (for the younger guests!(
17 Jun 2013

Summer’s Here!

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After months of hard work the new look Le Puy is ready! We’ve just got back after helping Luke and Vikki with the final touches. We hope you like it.
08 Jan 2013

It’s gonna be hot….

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The last couple of blog entries might have looked a bit chilly.
06 Jan 2013

Keeping Warm

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There are times when having a beat up old pick up can be pretty useful.

06 Jan 2013

Happy New Year!

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We saw the new year in with a roast leg of home grown venison followed by a trip up to the mountains at Mont Dore.
22 Dec 2012

Christmas is coming!

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The tree is up and the larder is full and unlike the UK, there’s a good chance of snow at Le Puy. At over 600m altitude, the weather can be harsh.
07 Dec 2012

Gearing up at Le Puy

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The last guests of summer may have left ages ago, but there’s still plenty of work to do at Le Puy.