Moulin de Chameron

Bannegon, Centre, 18210, France | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $95.00

Travel Blogs from Bannegon

A palace? Nearly.. Montmartre? Only just.

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... a little but we finally a got "the other" menu. Headed out with Nevers in sight. Very excited about this stopover!! Our accommodation is a bit downgrade. We didn't pay all that much so we all know that saying?? Went to McDonalds for dinner. GOTTA experience foreign McDonalds. The young lady asked us where we were from and got very excited. She loves Australia. Tried for an early night for an early start ...

Finally a photo!

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... John’s unusual sightings, the otter – no photo, the water rat – no photo, this time John had gone up to the bow when we were in a lock to do the bow line, when he saw something curled round in the water like a piece of old rope, but it wasn’t! He grabbed the boat hook and fished it out on to the lock side. It was a dead snake!! It must be about 3’ long and the last 7" more like a rat’s ...

The waiting game!

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... in the lock and knowing that the locks close at 10 due to the water shortage, we doubted we would get to the second lock in time. Sure enough when we got out the lights had been switched off so we had to wait until 10.30 to go through the 2nd lock and out of the branch canal to on to the main canal. It took us almost 2 hours to travel 3 kilometres! When we arrived at our next lock with aqueduct in front we had a red light ...

The pointed city.

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... pointed city" due to all its spires. We visited the indoor and outdoor markets with all their lovely fresh fruit and veg along with meats, cheeses etc. but due to it being very warm we could not buy anything as we could not keep them cool. Then to the Tourist Information office which lead on to the Ducal Palace (one of the 2 palaces in this city) which had 4 floors to view. In the basement there were Roman foundation remains and finds, the ground floor was ...

A packed house!

A travel blog entry by simonandspencer


... and I took a well needed nap.

When I awoke one of the local townsfolk who we met the previous night at dinner had invited himself over for a glass of wine and some petanque (Monsieur Lee). Ad’s backyard is a construction site so it makes for some "crazy petanque" or as the French would say “petanque bizarre” . It certainly helps your accuracy to have a glass of wine in your hand!

We finished off the night with ...


This 3 star hotel is located in Bannegon.
Map this hotel

    More great choices in Bannegon

    Search for more deals in Bannegon


    TripAdvisor Reviews Moulin de Chameron Bannegon

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good