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  • Moulins
  • 24 May 202425 May 2024
    24 May25 May
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B Hotel in Moulins, 1 hotel

Book a room at our affordable hotel in Moulins and set out on a journey of discovery in Auvergne! An official Town of Art and History, Moulins boasts an impressive cultural heritage. Balancing tradition and modernity, the Bourbon capital is bursting with treasures, like its historic city centre. Come discover all of this city’s secrets by staying at our hotel in Moulins.

Book a hotel in Moulins

The capital of the historic Bourbonnais province, this town got its name from the many mills built along the banks of the Allier River, on whose banks it was founded and grew. Located in the foothills of the Massif Central, it has a rich heritage, just waiting to be discovered during your stay. Go ahead and book your accommodation in Moulins now!

Where to sleep in Moulins

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For your hotel in Moulins, book a room at a B&B establishment! Our B&B Hotel Moulins is waiting to welcome you right in the vicinity of the area’s must-see sites. The very comfortable rooms come equipped with a flat-screen television and free, unlimited Wi-Fi. And to start your day off on the right foot, breakfast is served as an all-you-can-eat sweet and savoury buffet.
If you are seeking a quiet hotel, easily accessible and with the perfect balance between quality and price, look no further: head straight to our B&B Moulins hotel! Perfectly located, this Auvergne hotel is near the N79 et N7 main roads and 25 kilometres from the A71 motorway. Do you want to visit the surrounding area? The Moulins city centre is a few minutes away while the SNCF train station is only 7 km from the hotel. Not bad at all!

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Your stay in Moulins

It was during the Middle Ages that the town becomes truly prosperous. In 1232, Moulins was granted a franchise charter. In the 14th century, it became the seat of the ducal administration and prospered, reaching its peak in the 15th century. It was during this time that the famous Moulins Triptych is painted by the Master of Moulins; it has since been considered a masterpiece Renaissance art. After rejoining the Kingdom of France, the city began to develop along the left bank of the Allier River, thanks to the construction of a new bridge.

The best things to see and do in the Moulins region

Considered one of the last great untamed rivers in Europe, the Allier is home to a wealth of plant and animal life. Its banks are the perfect setting for pleasant walks. If you want to birdwatch, head for Val d’Allier! To relax as a family, you can stop at the Ovive Aquatic Centre, with its many pools. You can also stroll across the Quais d’Allier and the Square Général Leclerc.

Among the religious landmarks not to be missed are the Notre-Dame Cathedral, a masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic architecture; the Moulins Cathedral, also in a flamboyant Gothic style that dates back to the 15th century, and the Saint-Pierre Church with its neo-gothic bell tower... Don’t miss the Clock Tower either, with its automatons, or the Anne de Beaujeu Pavilion, both buildings that are precious evidence of the city’s medieval and Renaissance periods.

Have you planned a stay in Moulins? Several events are organized throughout the year in the city and greater area, like the Festi’BD de Moulins comics festival in March, the Illustration and Youth Book Fair in May, the DésARTiculé Festival in June, the Journées Musicales d'Automne baroque music festival (in Souvigny, in September) or the Jean Carmet Festival in October.