La Rosière


       Chambre et Table d’Hôtes

 

Enjoy the peace and silence ...

In this old farmhouse from before 1750, Chambre and Table d’Hôtes La Rosière is situated. A small corner of paradise surrounded by meadows and forest.
Situated at an altitude of 800 meter, in the middle of almost untouched nature of the Parc Naturel Régional Livradois-Forez.

25 Km from the A 75 (exit 13 near Issoire) and 35 km from the de A 89 Lyon - Bordeaux. 45 km south-east of Clermont Ferrand. The small detour is definitely worth it.

The tastefully renovated farmhouse with quirky designs has 1 guest rooms with private bathroom.     View the room >>

...in the Tuscany of the Auvergne

With a view on the chain of the volcanoes, La Chaine des Puys, this landscape with its many colors and beautiful light, is a beautiful setting to relax in.

With a gastronomy rich in taste and local products. Its heritage, the many castles, Romanesque churches and fortified villages. The playful landscape is different after every bend, full of beauty and sometimes mysrerious.

It is not for nothing that the region is also called the Tuscany of the Auvergne.

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Table d’Hôtes

La Rosiere


       Chambre et Table d’Hôtes

 

Table d’Hôtes

For guests we offer Table d’Hôtes.
A three course menu including wine and coffee/tea after.

The dishes are prepared with only fresh vegetables and herbs from our own vegetable garden or from the market where local producers sell their beautiful fresh goods.

All dishes are from the French regional kitchen. Recipes that have been passed on from generation to generation. Rich in taste and tradition.

If the weather permits, dinner and breakfast will be served outside on the terrace, with an unobstructed view of meadows and woods and in the background. . . . . . . . . . . the sound of the crickets.

Tuscany of the Auvergne

In a region that has only been opened since 2003 by a motorway (A75 Clermont Ferrand - Bezier), all the secrets of rural countryside are well preserved.

No mass tourism but nature, mountain ranges, volcanoes and beautiful valleys.
This is a region known for its dried sausages and its cheeses, 5 of which with an AOC. Garlic is cultivated in the vast valleys.

In the season, dishes with freshly picked mushrooms are prepared. Chanterelles, morels and cepes grow here in abundance.