Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Châteauroux? B&B Hotels welcomes you in one of its hotels located in Châteauroux or nearby. Travelling for business? Are you taking a break to do some sightseeing? Whatever your reason for visiting Châteauroux, B&B hotels are ready to welcome you for a lovely stay.
Located 250 kilometres from Paris, Châteauroux is at the heart of three regions (Berrichone Champagne, the Brenne and the Boischaut). Fed by the Indre and Ringoire rivers, this city hosts a magnificent array of heritage sites. Don’t delay - book your accommodation in Châteauroux today!
Are you looking for a hotel in Châteauroux? B&B welcomes you at the B&B Hotel Châteauroux Déols and the B&B Hotel Châteauroux Aéroport. Your hotels in Châteauroux offer rooms for any type of stay, to meet all your needs. All are equipped with a flat-screen television and free, unlimited WiFi access.
This hotel is perfectly located! As its name indicates, the B&B Hotel Châteauroux Aéroport is located just next to the airport, to the north of the city. By staying in this hotel, you’re sure not to miss your flight! The hotel is also located near the A20, which leads directly to the city of Montauban. And last, but not least, you’ll have easy access to to the city centre of Châteauroux from the hotel.
The B&B Hotel Châteauroux Déols is located in the town of Déols, just a few kilometres from Châteauroux. This hotel is ideal for anyone looking to visit the town of Déols, a key town on the pilgrimage to Saint Jacques de Compostelle. This town has a number of highlights: Cluny-inspired sited, an Ecoparc, a crossing point for 74-kilometre-long hiking trails… Whether you’re going to Châteauroux-Déols for work or leisure, the Châteauroux Déols hotel is sure to satisfy!
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In Roman times, the population centre was in the Déols area. The 10th century saw the birth of Châteauroux: lord Raoul le Large then had a fortress built on the left bank of the Indre. This chateau took the name of “Chateau Raoul” (to which the city owes its name) in 1112. After having been coveted by the English, Châteauroux suffered during the Hundred Years’ War. The town experienced a rebirth in the 18th century with the installation of the Linens Workshop and the construction of the Paris-Toulouse road. This growth continued with the arrival of the railway in 1847 and the opening of the Tobacco Factory a few years later.
Are you looking for a natural getaway near Châteauroux? La Coulée Verte Castelroussine, which connects the Ecoparc of Déols in Saint-Maur, is ideal for lovely walks. You can also go for a stroll around the lake of Belle-Isle, through the prairie of Saint-Gildas, or the Châteauroux state forest, one of the largest oak groves in France. Nearby, the Ecopark of Chènevières and the park of Saint-Maur will also enchant nature lovers!
During your stay in Déols-Châteauroux, you can admire the Château Raoul, which rises from the landscape on the banks of the Indre, and explore the Convent of the Cordeliers (built in the 13th century, it now hosts part of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts) as well as the Hôtel Bertrand, a building constructed in the 1770s in a Classical style. You can also visit the Maison des Arts et Traditions populaires du Berry, where work of traditional arts of the Berri are on display.
In May, the Festival de la Voix shines a spotlight on choral music. In July, it’s time for M comme Musique, a contemporary music festival. In August, Châteauroux comes alive with the Darc Festival, its international dance and music festival/masterclass. Classical music fans won’t want to miss the Lisztomanias of Châteauroux, in October/November.
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