Auberge des Templiers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and Skottish style roves. The town has added Scottish street art and the town has a distinctive different atmosphere and feel to it. The town also has a Scottish festival and a Scottish band. We returned travelling towards Borges before turning towards Sancere to travel through different country and travelled through natural forest land that is being logged for ...
... As we rode along the canals into town we could see how popular this form of touring is. We saw boats from Amsterdam, Paris, etc. Leaving Briare we rode on a sticky clay trail, made even worse by the rain and were filthy by the time we reached our hotel, a beautiful, modern hotel on the very edge of the canal. We were really lucky as there had been a stuff up in our booking, but fortunately they had a room for us. It's ...
... restored, but with very modern facilities. We have the attic room, with sloping ceilings, exposed beams, Sky light, dormer windows and a BATH !!!! We are in heaven. After another delicious lunch from the patisserie, we toured the beautiful chateau sitting at the entrance to town and surrounded by a substantial moat. The interior did not disappoint either. The craftsmanship is amazing, even more incredible when we discovered it was built in the 13 th ...
... paths. There is now a continuous bike path the full length of the Loire river. We passed a number of people and clearly some of them had pannier bags or were towing bike trailers with their camping gear. We roadie about 20 kms apstream and stopped for lunch. We were several kms north of the Cosne Sur Loire bridge when we stopped ...
... for a drive after lunch to Sury-En-Vaux a small village to the north of Sancerre. The countryside is undulating with vineyards and cereal crops coming out in head. There is a lot of activity in the vineyards with small raised tractors cultivating the weeds between the rows of vines. We drove to other neighbouring small villages and returned to Sancerre past a lookout with a picnic table and a great view of the town. Have put the heater back up a notch as the nights are quite ...