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Hotel le Bon Laboureur is located in La Charité, on an island bordered by the River Loire and a 5-minute walk from the town centre. This small independent hotel is on an island in the middle of the Loire. The owner has a lovely welcoming smile. The courtyard is a great place to keep you bike or sip on a cup of coffee and the room I stayed in had exposed wood beams and a slanting ceiling which I loved! It's an easy walk to the park on the island and if you don't want to head out for dinner, I highly recommend a take-away pizza from the pizzeria just before crossing the bridge (true wood-fired Italian pizza) and a bottle of wine in the park watching the sunset over La Charité-sur-Loire as the view of this small village is fabulous.
Set in an 18th century building in Charité sur Loire, the Hôtel Mille et une Feuilles hotel is dedicated to French writers. Spotlessly clean hotel and rooms, crisp sheets, lots of towels and great water pressure. The innkeepers were friendly and accommodating. The “book/library “ theme throughout gave the experience charm and interest.
Situated in the medieval city of La Charité-sur-Loire, this self-catering studio is located in a 15th century building and features wall stones, free Wi-Fi and a private, furnished courtyard. it’s based in the very centre of the small town Charité and everything you need isin walkable distance. Also that it’s part of the historical context of Charité….
Charité is a very picturesque town, with great historical interest. There are nice daytrips possible (we went to Sancerre), and several very sweet cafés and small restaurants. As it’s a small town, the two supermarkets are limited, as is public transport so it’s imperative to look at opening hours and train and bus schedules before you plan your days. We discovered that there was no public telephone (our hosts helped us out as we had no local call capacity on our cell phones).
It is situated on the bank of the Loire and is a stop on the road to Compostella. The Priory and the Ramparts are well worth a visit. Get a leaflet from the Tourist Office for a walk round the old town. Cross the river onto the island then continue to the other side ( great value lunches in Le Berry) and walk along the river bank for peace and great views.
Very convenient location on the main road (not busy) leading into the town centre. Quirky old building dedicated to famous French authors. Good airy breakfast room, and good quality continental breakfasts. There is a free public car park immediately behind the hotel, but if you prefer to use Parking Bleue in the street immediately outside, the hotel has tne necessary passes.
We stayed here in route , we are a family of 5 the hotel is set by a beautiful river stunning scenery. Breakfast perfectly adequate would definitely stay again.
Beautiful hotel, perfect location & super friendly host!