B&B Au Bellefleur
Au Bellefleur makes the ideal base to explore this beautiful part of the Poitou Charentes. Summer and winter can be a wonderful time to get out into the countryside and explore the rich variety of scenery and places in and around Au Bellefleur.
Alternatively, you may wish for nothing more than a lazy day in our spacious garden to finally read that book. Then round off the day with a drink in the evening sunshine in summer or by the roaring fire in winter, then a leisurely home-made 3 course dinner.
New: ‘A votre santé’
Are you spending a day out, why don’t you make use of our service ‘A votre santé’ basket. In the morning after your breakfast the basket is ready for you and filled with with a variety of delicious locally produced where possible food. You only have to find a nice spot and enjoy the surprise basket that we have prepared with care.
For the vegetarians we offer you a different surprise basket.
The basket is for 2 persons and needs to be ordered 2 days in advance.
The local tourist authority have created various picturesque cycle or car routes around the local area taking in all the Charente has to offer. Every weekend during the summer there are local village festivals, brocante (a sort of flee & antique market) as well as the famous food markets.
Cognac is also on the Charente and home to more Cognac distillers such as Hennessey, the tour of Otard is well worth doing. Cognac has a cosy centre with shops and terraces. Here you can also find a large recreation park with lots to do for all ages but particularly for the younger children, there is an open air swimming-pool just for little children with life guards. You can also play crazy golf, hire canoes and water bikes for a short trip on the Charente, and if you get peckish there is also a basic snackbar. For those more serious about golf there is an 18 hole championship golf course. The Etappes de Cognac, offer 4 different routes around the Cognac area with 4 different themes.
Angoulême sometimes referred to as the city of festivals, is a walled city built high on a hilly out crop and is famous for its art, culture and shopping, as well as its annual classic car rally round the ramparts in September and international comic festival in January along with many other cultural festivals throughout the year.
The Atlantic Ocean with large sandy beaches, many of which are patrolled by life guards during the high season.
La Rochelle, based around the historic harbour protected by three towers at the harbour entrance, it is a town full of life, with endless boutiques and terraces and restaurants, you can’t get the fish fresher! Or visit Ile de Ré, a 30 km long island with beautiful sandy beaches and row upon row of oyster beds. Fort Boyard, where the game show was held, is open to the public and is a short boat ride from La Rochelle.
Bordeaux, a city with grandeur on the banks of the Gironde and gateway to the wines of the Gironde region.
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This page was last updated: 25 August 2015