From a quaint countryside inn to an opulent chateau in the hills, there are all types of accommodation available around Bergerac.
The historic central core of Bergerac is home to a number of good hotels in which the past hangs like a painting on the wall. Some do it with fine style - even managing to get facilities such as swimming pools onto the property - while some have let the painting get a little tatty around the edges. All are welcoming however, and cleanliness is well regarded in these parts.
Just like any of the wine-growing regions in France, hotels, inns, B&Bs and French chateaux sit within the undulating countryside and greet visitors looking for a place to get away from urban life. Around Bergerac you'll find a number of luxury hotels, as well as rustic lodgings that offer basic facilities, a clean room, great food, and, of course, some of the finest wine available anywhere in the world.
The city of Bordeaux is a 90-minute drive to the west and has a much larger range of accommodation options than Bergerac, while the towns and cities of Aquitaine offer even more choice. If you decide to hire a car in Bergerac, you have more freedom to look for a hotel that suits you. Staying in a rural location is not ideal if you don't have a vehicle as public transportation is limited.
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