A 3-star hotel in Beaugency

In the middle of Orleans and Blois close to the numerous castles of the Loire, dive deep inside the Loiret's history and heritage by enjoying your stay in one of the 19 rooms of the  3-star hotel , at the heart of an ancient abbey with a superb view on the famous Beaugency bridge.

Our non-smoking rooms are all accessed by a lit staircase, which is a true masterpiece of stone and wrought iron and one of the historic monuments. They are plainly decorated to preserve the religious spirit of the place and offer a view on the river, on the Beaugency bridge and on the city.

Our available and friendly team welcome you to take advantage of this lofty space and feel at home. The hotel lounge offers you a cosy and warm refuge environment during wintertime. By the fireside that crackles along the big stone chimney, indulge in pleasure, reading or games in our ancient cosy armchairs. At the bar, stay up late and enjoy a glass of wine from our region or a trappist beer, one of the finest in the world, with cured meat.

During your happy days, take advantage of the evening breeze on our cosy veranda and terrace, which offer an excellent view on the Loire and the bridge.

Our hotel will sweep you back in time and in the Loiret's heritage.


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A historic site on the Loire

Located on the banks of the Loire, the abbaye Notre-Dame de Beaugency is the former canon house that was built in the 11th century and renovated in the 17th century.  Up to now, it still keeps its architectural splendour (chevet, carriageway gate, carved capitals, Jeux-d'arcs Choeur game...).

It accommodated the council where the King of France's wedding, Louis VII with Aliénor D' Aquitaine was declared void, as the latter was going to be the wife of the future King of England., Henri Plantagenêt. The buiding became a parochial church under the Revolution.

This vast religious house became a hotel in the early 20th century and also accommodated the Abbaye School. It proudly dominates the famous Beaugency bridge under which flows the longest river in France.

Grand Hotel's history