Hotel le Val Charente

3 rue Aristide Briand, Chateauneuf-sur-Charente, Poitou-Charentes, 16120, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chateauneuf-sur-Charente


A travel blog entry by xinxilanren


We have been four nights in possibly the best hotel so far, a real home stay with home cooked meals and a four room apartment all for us. The place has beautiful stone buildings and is 100% quiet at night.

We have been to Bergerac (vineyard visit, wine tasting), a wild boar farm, a duck farm (we watched uncomfortably as a goose received the 'gavage' force feeding treatment), a place where you can see 14,000 cave drawings! and this afternoon ...

Easy day before the road trip starts.

A travel blog entry by wambi75


... of the gitte we are staying, Mike & Linda. Was a very pleasant afternoon. Back to Leo & Lennie's for a great dinner. Sad to say farewell to Leo & Lennie after they have been such great hosts and we thank them for that but we have to move on. Travis wants to stay but not possible. Got lost one last time on the way back but we're sure if we had stayed another night we would have gotten it right. Off to Salart then Rocamadour tomorrow.
Till ...

Big day out on the coast.

A travel blog entry by wambi75


... s to the beach of Chatelaillon. To say the kids were disappointed in the beach was an understatement. Tide was out and water was around 150 metres away. This left mainly mud between the sand and the water. Travis tried to walk it but kept getting stuck. Not what they expected. Drove back to gitte with Leo & Lennie and had a quite drink with the owners, Mike & Linda, and some other guests. Leo had ...

Leisurely drive in the country side.

A travel blog entry by wambi75


... but again with narrow streets, an old abbey and bridge. Alice tells me I have to say it's the oldest bell tower in France. So I've said it. Most of the shops closed as it's Monday. Love the French. Back at Leo's for a baked dinner and a few drinks. Off on a long trip to the coast, La Rochelle, tomorrow & kids are looking forward to seeing a beach. Told them not to be to ...

Great first day at Vilhonneur

A travel blog entry by wambi75


... br> Leo & Lennie came over to pick us up then we all went to a local market. Mainly just a lot of other peoples junk but interesting. Then went for a drive to an old castle, 1701, which has been restored in another little French village. Then an old Roman bridge around 1000 years old. Driving is fun, big car & little roads, always a good combination. Back to Leo's for ...


This hotel is located on 3 rue Aristide Briand, Chateauneuf-sur-Charente.
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