Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Beauvais? Book a comfortable, modern hotel within your budget. Whether you’re travelling for a business trip or a holiday, think of B&B Hotels for your stays in the Oise.
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Our B&B Hotel Beauvais is perfectly placed for travellers. Near the Beauvais-Tillé airport and the A16 motorway, it’s a perfect stopping point during your business trap or on a long layover. Close to the city centre and the SNCF train station, the hotel has an ideal location!
The former capital of Gaul, Beauvais became Bellovacum during the Gallo-Roman period. In the Middle Ages, Beauvais established its financial power, launching itself into the textile business and exporting its fabric to the Far East. The city experienced significant growth in the 13th and 14th centuries. The Cathédrale Saint-Pierre, built between the 13th and the 16th century, has the world’s highest Gothic church nave in the world. In 1664, a royal tapestry factory was established in Beauvais. The city’s decline began at the end of the 18th century. The city was heavily damaged during World War I and II, and took years to rebuilt—which explains its hodge-podge of different architectural styles. It is divided into eight different neighbourhoods.
Feel like getting a breath of fresh air? Treat yourself to a nature getaway by spending an afternoon on the site of Canada Lake. With its 45 hectares and two lakes, the area is a perfect place to enjoy a range of recreational activities.
During your stay in Beauvais, you can admire the magnificent Cathédrale Saint Pierre de Beauvais, discover the collections of fabric and furniture at the Galerie Nationale de la Tapisserie and visit the departmental museum of the Oise, which is home to a remarkable collection of sculpted stones and wood.
Throughout the year, Beauvais hosts a number of major events: the Blues Autour du Zinc festival in March, the Festival de Violoncelle in April/May and the unmissable Fête de l’Ane et des Traditions aux Marais in June every other year. Each summer, the Scènes d’Eté organises a series of free street performances and Canada Beach on Canada Lake is the setting for numerous outdoor activities. The year continues with the Festival Malices et Merveilles (in August), the Photaumnales (in September), Pianoscope (in October) and Les Fééries de Noël (in December).