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  • Limoges
  • 18 Jun. 202419 Jun. 2024
    18 Jun.19 Jun.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B HOTELS in Limoges, 3 hotels

Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Limoges? Discover the economical, high quality rooms on offer at B&B HOTELS in Limoges.

Book your hotel in Limoges

Choose from a wide range of inexpensive rooms. Whether you’re travelling solo or in a group, we have whatever you need: rooms for one, two or even four people, perfect for families who want to stay together.

Booking with B&B HOTELS means you’ll be able to enjoy a warm and personal welcome service, unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi internet access, and an all-you-can eat sweet and savoury breakfast buffet, and much more! And after all that, what about the rooms? B&B HOTELS’s rooms are modern and designed for comfort: quality mattresses, flat screen TV, soundproofed for a good night’s sleep, bathroom with sink, shower and WC.
Are you travelling with pets? No problem! Pets are welcome to stay at B&B HOTELS for the small charge;

There are B&B HOTELS in Limoges, all in strategic locations for travellers:

Discover our hotel in the centre of Limoges

Our B&B HOTEL Limoges Gare is, as its name suggests, close to the Limoges-Bénédictins station (only five minutes away on foot). This hotel in the centre of Limoges is just a few metres away from the Champ de Juilliet gardens and the Avenue des Bénédictins. Book an affordable room and catch your train without any stress.

Our best hotels near Limoges

Just one minute apart, the B&B HOTEL Limoges 1 and the B&B HOTEL Limoges 2 are ideally located for people who want to stop off on their journey from Paris to Toulouse or Paris to Bordeaux, as well as those who are heading to Spain via the A20. It’s also great for visitors who have to catch a flight from Limoges international airport, which is just 15 minutes away by car.

Explore Limoges

The Vienne river runs through Limoges and the city’s origins lay in a distant past, which is reflected in its architecture at present: The cathedral, the feudal mount, various religious buildings, timbered houses, the old town, old bridges... all these elements give Limoges a certain charm. Newer buildings have also been added since, which gives the city a more modern look.

Visit Limoges and the surrounding area

Walk around the city centre:

To really see the city, a walk to the La Cité in Limoges is strongly advised. Spend an afternoon wandering this path. Head to the Place d’Aine, a pedestrianised square where you’ll find the Palais de Justice as well as old, 18th century houses. Then walk along Rue Monte à Regret to reach Rue des Prisons and the Place du Présidial. Afterwards, continue towards Place Saint-Michel, where you can admire the Saint-Michel des Lions church. The Haute Cité quarter is also worth visiting.

Take a walk in Limoges’ gardens and parks.

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to parks and gardens to see in Limoges. Let B&B HOTELS share our favourites with you: Parc Victor Thuillat, Parc de l’Aurence I and II, the banks of the river Vienne, Parc de l’Auzette, the Jardins de l’évêché gardens, Parc du Mas Jambost, Jardin d’Orsay, Square des Émailleurs and the surrounding area, Champ de Juillet gardens, the Bénédictins station and the La Roseraie rose gardens.

Limoges was named a city of art and history in 2008, rewarding its efforts to make its heritage and its 2000-year history known to its inhabitants.

The top things to see and do in Limoges

Limoges has no shortage of museums, which enrich the heritage of the city. For a little inspiration, B&B HOTELS really recommend:

  • The Adrien Dubouché National Museum, where you can learn about the techniques used to make ceramics.
  • The Pavillon de la Porcelaine, created by David Haviland, a specialist in porcelain tableware.
  • The Four des Casseaux museum holds the ancient kiln, which is classified as a historic monument.
  • The Musée des Distilleries Limougeaudes is a must for lovers of cognac, Armagnac, rum and other alcoholic drinks.
  • The Moulin du Got: This is a working paper mill and printing museum, which tells the history of the paper industry in Limoges.
  • The Musée de la Résistance in Limoges
  • The Limoges Museum of Fine Arts, which is housed in an old episcopal palace.

The Limoges Carnival is a major event in the city which has been taking place for 77 years. 75,000 people flood to the city to attend and listen to musicians, see the floats and parade through the streets.

Limoges’ Parc Expo Exhibition Centre hosts many events throughout the year; notably, the Foire de Limoges fair is well-loved by the city’s inhabitants for the conventions, stalls and shows that take place.

Have a look at the calendar for the Zenith arena in Limoges for a wide range of concerts and shows.