Come discover our affordable hotel rooms in Verdun, a charming city full of history. Would you like to spend a few days visiting Verdun with your family or friends? Do you need a hotel room for a business trip to Verdun? We have just what you need.
Are you looking to book an affordable hotel room in Verdun? Our B&B Hotel Verdun has what you need. Thanks to our wide range of rooms, you can be sure to find a room that meets your needs. Our rooms can lodge up to 4 people, perfect for families and groups. They are equipped with free, unlimited Wi-Fi and a flat-screen television so you can stay connected throughout your stay at the B&B Hotel Verdun. Each room comes with a private bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. You are sure to get a good night’s sleep thanks to our soundproofed rooms and high-quality mattresses.
We can reserve a private parking space for you upon request.
Animals are our friends: our hotel accepts dogs and cats. In the morning, you can refuel with a sweet and savoury breakfast buffet. In sum, you will enjoy maximum comfort at minimal cost.
Verdun is internationally famous for its history. This is where the famous Battle of Verdun took place, one of the bloodiest of World War I. The French soldiers and the German soldiers faced off against one another here. Most of the combat occurred between February 26, 1916 and December 19, 1916. Book a hotel room in Verdun and immerse yourself in this fascinating history.
You have plenty of options. Opt for a stroll through the heart of Verdun’s historic centre to learn more about this city, or go for a longer walk to Belleray or Belrupt-en-Verdunois. After your invigorating walk, you can return to the comfort of your B&B Hotel in Verdun.
The Musée Goya de Castres is a museum of Spanish art that displays pieces from Antiquity through the 20th century. This sublime museum is housed in the old 17th-century episcopal palace, built by one of the architects of Versailles— Jules-Hardouin Mansart. It is full of treasures by great Spanish masters, such as “Self Portrait with Glasses”, the “Portrait of Francisco del Mazo” and the “Assembly of the Philippines” and “The Vagaries” engravings. It’s well worth the visit if you are going to spend a few days in Castres!