Ptit Dej-hotel Chartres
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Ptit Dej-hotel Chartres
TripAdvisor Reviews Ptit Dej-hotel Chartres
Travel Blogs from Chartres
... else arrived before waiting outside, chatting with a couple of other Australian people before heading inside and getting a good seat. The service was all in French so even with a programme we were still pretty lost as to what was going on but there was some lovely French singing and we understood the part where they say "Oui" which I'm sure was the most important part. Once it's all over the wedding guests left the church first and milled around outside. The newly ...
Only an hour or so by train ?? Of Paris, Chartres is a delightful city within the ? city. Quite unsure of the route to the cathedral the problem was solved when the train approached the city with the cathedral boldly standing out like a welcoming lighthouse to a visitor perched atop a hill.
My first stop was the Maison Piciessete located on the outskirts of the town. I have known about this ...
... our way were already closed. We entered the shop. After buying a t-shirt, a couple of postcards and “monnaie de Paris” souvenir coins for Chartres, we continued our search for food. We found the perfect place to eat in about 10 minutes. As were on the brink of starvation, we ordered set menu items with extras. The preparation of our meal took a long time but this was not a problem as we sipped our beers and admired the ...
... nonreligious of visitors.We, being of the religious sort, were certainly impressed. There has recently been an extensive programme of renewing the stone work and cleaning the glass and it is quite spectacular! I was rapt! I love Notre Dame but Chartres has a very special quality about it which I can't put my finger on - I think it's the glass and the filtered light that it produces - Different from N.D. Having spent a couple of hours absorbing it ...
... a cafe in front of one of the porticos for some lunch. As Ben pointed out, if we're ever going to pay the premium to eat at a cafe in front of a cathedral, we could hardly do worse than Chartres.
After lunch we went over to the stained glass museum, housed in the old tithe barn, dating from the 12th and 13th centuries. Inside, we learned about the restoration process of the stained glass and chronological exhibits of the glass, showcasing the ...