Lodging and accommodation
In order to preserve the sacred character of the Centre d'Etudes de Chanteloube, it is important to follow certain regulations. People are kindly asked to refrain from smoking, consuming alcohol or other intoxicants and eating meat and fish. Visitors are requested not to bring their pets and to observe a quiet and respectful attitude at all times.The possibilities of accommodation at Chanteloube are very limited and are usually reserved for those working in the organization. It is therefore necessary to find lodging in the area. This is not difficult as there are many tourist facilities in the region. Please apply for information
Campings, hotels, Dharma centers, bed rooms : list
Montignac tourism office : (0)184.108.40.206.60
Rouffignac St Cernin tousim office : (0)5 53 53 26 20
Visitors are welcome to circumambulate the Stupa but they are requested to leave their cars at the first car park and proceed to the stupa on foot. Please do not approach the buildings on the left, which are closed to the public during the three-year retreat period
Seminars and Ceremonies
In addition to the above regulations, it is important to remember that there are no crêche facilities available during the ceremonies. Children are welcome and often are inspired by the teachings and ceremonies. But parents are requested to be aware at all times of their responsibility for the behaviour of their children and not to allow them to cause disturbance or to wander about unsupervised. The Association declines any responsibility for accidents that may happen. For the same reasons, visitors are requested not to bring their dogs or other pets on to the site.
The Association du Centre d'Etudes de Chanteloube is a non-profit organization established according to French Law (Loi de 1901). In order to take part in its activities, or benefit from the facilities available (seminars, retreats, lodging etc.), it is necessary to be a member of the Association. The yearly subscription costs 150 FF (23 €).
Association du Centre d'Etudes de Chanteloube