Places to Eat
The local area has many great places to eat for all budgets.
The Basilic Pizza restaurant Ernee - run by a young couple who do great pizzas and daily specials
Ty-Men Larchamp - great steaks and pizzas.
Petit Bouchon Fougeres - Great home cooked food in a quirky little restaurant at great prices.
The Table Normand - great menu for all budgets.
Exploring the area...
The local market town of Ernee is approximately 6 miles away and the medieval World Heritage town of Fougéres is 11 miles - both of which have a range of facilities including supermarkets, resaurants, Motocross circuit (Ernee) and lesiure facilities inclusing a large lake and 'beach' in the Fougéres forest.
There are many beautiful gardens close by; including Jardin de la Pellerine and the magnificent Parc Botanique de Haute Bretagne.
Within easy driving distance are many more historic towns boasting a wealth of castles and ancient buildings to explore, for example a 30 minutes drive will take you to Jublains, Vitré, Mayenne and Laval. An hours drive will take you to Le Mans, Dinan, St.Malo Mont St. Michel, Rennes, D Day memorial sites and Alencon to name but a few.
If you fancy a trip to Paris you can take the TGV train from nearby Laval, the journey only takes an hour and a half making it an ideal day trip.
We are within easy reach of many ferry ports such as St. Malo, Roscoff, Cherbourg, Caen etc. and an hour away from Rennes airport. Larger airports are only two hours away at Angers and Nantes and trains to Paris only take 1.5 hours from nearby Laval.
La Jeusseliniére is located in Larchamp, a village in the Mayenne which is in the Pays de la Loire region.
Larchamp is in an ideal position from which to explore the Loire, Normandy and Brittany, or simply as a stopover en-route. We are located on the edge of the village of Larchamp with the centre being a 15 minute stroll away where you will find a bakers, bar, restaurant, hairdresser and pretty 14th century church. There are some delightful historical walks around the village and a memorial to the US servicemen who liberated the village from the WWII occupation.