Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Bourges? With B&B Hotels, you can spend the night in economic, modern hotel roof without breaking your budget.
When you choose to stay in a B&B hotel, you will enjoy access to the following amenities:
Stay in a low-cost hotel without compromising on quality:
The B&B Hôtel Bourges (1) is perfectly located, just 1 kilometre from the airport. With the A71 motorway 200 metres away and the SNCF train station 7 kilometres away, the hotel is easy to reach no matter how you’re travelling. The hotel is just a 10-minute drive from the Golf Club and the Val d’Auron lake: how convenient! You’re sure to be charmed by this two-star hotel. Located not far from the city centre, it’s also well placed if you want to visit the Cathédrale Saint-Etienne de Bourges.
The two-star B&B Hôtel Bourges 2 is a high quality establishment. It’s just two minutes from the A71 motorway. With both the airport and the city centre located nearby, it’s very conveniently placed for business trips and holidays.
There are traces of human occupation in Bourges dating as far back as the First Iron Age. After Caesar’s conquest, Avaricum was the object of an immense city planning project. It was during the Carolingian period that the marshes first began to be cultivated. Bourges became part of the royal lands in 1100 and its fortifications were built in the 12th century. The city experienced significant growth under the patronage of Jean de Berry, Charles VII and Jacques Coeur. In 1487 more than a third of the city was destroyed during the Great Fire of La Madeleine. The timber-framed houses were rebuilt exactly as they were before the fire. During the First Empire, Bourges became a high-profile institutional centre.
Looking to get out into nature? Visit Les Marais, a site that includes 135 hectares of garden surrounded by the rivers and canals of the city centre. You and your family can discover this exceptional site by foot or by bicycle. And don’t miss the Jardin de l'Archevêché, a beautiful French-style garden; the Jardins des Prés-Fichaux, an Art Deco-style garden; or the Conservatoire National du Pélargonium, which is home to more than 900 different species.
Classified as “20th century heritage sites”, the buildings of the Port-Marchand quarter, which include the Caisse d’Epargne on the Place de la Liberté, are also worth visiting before you head back to enjoy a well-deserved rest in the bed we have prepared for you.
Bourges is a city with a rich heritage. The Cathédrale Saint Etienne, built in a remarkable architectural style that was a precursor of what was to come, is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site and a must-see during your visit to Bourges! The Palais Jacques Cœur, a former private mansion and masterpiece of Gothic architecture, is another of the city’s most impressive historical monuments. The charming Château de Menetou-Salon, amidst the vineyards, is also popular with tourists. If you enjoy religious art, don’t miss the Cistercian Abbaye de Noirlac, which is now home to a Culture & Arts Centre, or the Cathédrale Jean Linard.
One of the highlights of the year is the Printemps de Bourges, a festival that takes place each April. The varied programming makes it one of France’s most popular festivals. There are also plenty of other events throughout the year: the Nuits Lumière de Bourges, the Un Eté à Bourges music festival, the Fête des Marais at the end of August, the Rencontres Nationales Cinéma et Vidéo in September, the Festival des Déglingués the October, the Festival Bandits-Mages in November and the Christmas market.
As you can see, the city of Bourges is a lively place all year round! Enjoy a comfortable stay by booking a room in our affordable hotel.