Welcome to Bed and Breakfast 'Le Colombier'
"Le Colombier" is located in the picturesque town of Auzances in the Creuse, a department of the Limousin, bordering the Auvergne region. Here you will find the warm French rural atmosphere, the peace and deafening silence in the beautiful varied nature, copses, fields , woods, rivers, springs and lakes. You can also relax in the spas. For active tourists this is a true paradise! Activities such as fishing / fly fishing, swimming, biking, hiking, climbing, horse riding and golf. Furthermore you can dine in many cozy restaurants, but also you can enjoy a delicious three-course menu at "Le Colombier".
The Creuse is the 23th department of France and, together with the Puy de Dôme and the Haute Vienne, it forms the Limousin region. The capital is Gueret. The department is named after the river that
crosses the department from the southeast to the northwest.
Today, the Creuse is the most undiscovered department. Here you will experience the true untouched France!
'Le Colombier' is situated in the center of the town of Auzances and offers four comfortable double rooms. All with a private bathroom with bath or shower, toilet and a vanity cabinet.
Except for the Wednesdayevening, you can use a three-course dinner, which is served at 20.00 hours in the historic wine warehouse, situated behind the house.
The guest house includes a cozy courtyard with a nice covered terrace where you can enjoy a delightful stay.
you are equipped with a common, easy-equipped kitchen.
Welcome to the website 'Le Colombier. May I introduce myself, my name is Ton Hoezen
and I am your host.
Until the end of 2012 I run a guest house in the Loire et Cher. Now I am settled in the cozy town of Auzances and one thing that is blindingly clear is that ‘ as I were’ will be me goal.
Google "zoover ton hoezen"
and you will find at the first position in the search results the customer reviews that I received for a dozen years.
The name "Le Colombier" is a tribute to my mother, named Duif (dove).
Le Colombier means "the dovecote of white doves".