Cheap Hotels in Bergerac
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a computer station and an elevator (lift). This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Bergerac? This hotel has facilities measuring 646 square feet (60 square meters), including meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Limited parking is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
Hotels in Bergerac
Famed for fine wine and the namesake of one iconic TV detective, Bergerac – or Pays de Bergerac –is a quiet and picturesque area of south-west France. The Dordogne river runs through the centre of the region, giving it a more rural feel. Throughout you'll find Bergerac hotels, B&Bs, campsites, guest houses and holiday cottages. A place to lay your head is never far away.
The local airport is Aeroport Bergerac Dordogne Périgord, with scheduled flights to and from Bristol, Southampton, East Midlands, Liverpool and Stansted. It also has a direct link to Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Much of the countryside in Bergerac is protected land, and the many fortified ‘bastide' towns retain their original architecture and charm. The Eglise Notre Dame is another historical landmark, built in the 19th century, to tower over the town. It stands in the middle of the charming market square, which hosts local markets twice a week.
The region's a primary producer of tobacco within France. The Tobacco Museum can be found at the heart of Bergerac, close to the river. The Peyrarède House was renovated in 1982 purposefully to house the museum. Please note that, ironically, the whole museum is a non-smoking area.
As part of the Bordeaux wine region, Bergerac is well known for its grapes. There are also plentiful options for every meal of the day. Many restaurants are clustered in the old town area, offering everything from traditional French cuisine to crêpes and foie gras. Tourins, a speciality soup rich in flavour, is a regional dish worth sampling.
Adults may also be offered an apéritif with their meal. A local twist on this dinner drink is to mix crisp, dry white wine – produced locally, of course – with a blackcurrant or prune liqueur.
There are two very special ingredients grown here in Bergerac, truffles and walnuts. The wider Périgord region produces around 6,000 tonnes of walnuts every year. You're likely to find walnuts on the menu in some way at many local restaurants.
Some people visit Bergerac hotels for the romance and a more laid-back pace. Others come to the area to experience legendary French hospitality and entertainment.
Le Music Hall is in the centre of Bergerac, with a nightly cabaret and revue. During the day, enjoy the rush at family friendly Aqua Park or at Bergerac Karting. You can also take the kids to Labyrinthe Vegetale, an outdoor maze made from tall and leafy maize.
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