Auberge de l'Orisse
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge de l'Orisse Varennes-sur-Allier
Travel Blogs from Varennes-sur-Allier
Light cloud, but, mild and bright. The sun actually breaks through the clouds periodically through he day.
Our English neighbours and lunch companions, of yesterday, Jerry and Norma, leave this morning, heading for the ferry at Caen.
Despite yesterday's mammoth cycle ride, Kathleen expresses a willingness, indeed, an enthusiasm for going cycling again today.
Accordingly we set off, along the Canal, in the opposite direction ...
... and a sunny day is promised.
It does indeed turn out sunny, by 11:00, it is a warm and sunny 20C, with 23C in the afternoon.
This prompts Kathleen to think about (clothes) washing!
What is it with women, sunshine = clothes washing and drying, when, it should be sunshine = fun?
In the event, Kathleen has her fix of clothes washing, by which time, the sun has burned off the mist, and ...
... North of Clermont-Ferrant and gives me a paper with the route I need to take. He was a proper nice fellow and I thank him and say goodbye. I start tramping further. I guy picks me up and I show him the route, the truck driver wrote for me. While I'm talking to the driver he comes to the conclusion I'm heading the wrong direction. The problem is that my pronunciation of the town name ...
... and has an authentic medieval belfry, wooden frame houses and fortifications which date from 1495. In the Middle Ages, Bourbon-Lancy was an important stronghold and a fief of the Boubon family, and its suffix is derived from the name of a member of the family. It's a spa town with thermal springs, used since Roman times. Apparently Cardinal Richelieu and many other famous ...
... canal as we were worried about being locked into the side canal and having to wait for the VNF to decide when we could leave. It was a bit further to walk into the town but not impossible.
To stay cool we had our white exclusive sun canopy/bimini which consists of an old white nylon shower curtain and 4 bungees but it works and quick to remove. Later we walked into the town about 1.5 miles away and had a look ...