Staying in the Beaujolais region: a matter of taste


Whether you're attracted to the hilly landscapes and the closely packed rows of vines in the Beaujolais region, particularly fond of the small villages surrounded by cru-producing vineyards or you’ve fallen for the Tuscan feel of the Pierres Dorées, you can find fantastic accommodation anywhere you go in the Beaujolais region.

Accommodation for all tastes…

Farm campsites, guesthouses, cosy or luxury hotels, there's something to suit all tastes in the Beaujolais region.

Throughout the winegrowing area, you'll find great locations where you can experience the daily life of a winegrower or simply unpack your bags and relax in a cosy and charming guesthouse.

If you prefer independent travelling, a choice of traditional or farm-based campsites and holiday homes are also available.

Looking for something more unusual and original? Go for one of the cabins, rooms in wine casks or winegrowing-inspired gypsy caravans offered by the region’s imaginative hosts.

Or maybe you prefer the luxury of starred accommodation? Several wonderful Beaujolais castles will cater for your every whim.

a variety of activities...

Whatever type of accommodation you choose, you'll have a great choice of activities during your stay: walks in among the vines, tours of winemaking estates, visits to cellars with wine tastings, discovering the local expertise, cultural activities (visits to artists’ studios or heritage tours), leisure activities (hiking, biking, horse riding etc.), trying out local produce and, for relaxation, swimming pools and spas… There's plenty to do right across the region.

 and a quality welcome

The secret is out, the great welcome in the Beaujolais region is absolutely sacrosanct! All year round, wineries in the Beaujolais region are delighted to welcome visitors.

The Inter Beaujolais annual wine tourism guide includes a selection of over 200 wine cellars that offer tastings and direct sales. They all meet the criteria of the "Beaujolais: a region, its wines and a personal welcome” charter. Over a quarter of these wineries also offer accommodation, often with the "Gîte de France ", "Clévacances "or "Accueil paysan" labels.

So whether you're planning a weekend getaway or a longer stay, make sure you include a stop off in the Beaujolais region!

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