Hotels in Bracieux
The little community of Bracieux is in the Loir et Cher department of France, on the banks of the Beuvron River. In the 16th century it was an important transportation link for Toures, Chartres and Bourges. Now visitors go to discount hotels in Bracieux to see the magnificent covered market. It was built in the 16th century during the reign of King Francois I. The old market is constructed of brick, stone and wood, and has an upper tithe barn. The complex includes some attractive houses from the 17th and 18th centuries.Your EasyToBook.com budget hotel in Bracieux is a good place from which to tour this lovely part of France. Three magnificent chateaux are within easy reach. On EasyToBook.com you can look up all cheap hotels in Bracieux and order them on distance from any attraction. The 17th century Chateau de Cheverny has a Classical façade with pure Louis VXIII lines. This castle was not built for defense, but as an ultra-luxurious palace. The dining room has scenes from Don Quixote. The display of arms and armor is incredible. The 17th century Chateau de Beauregard is in a park at the edge of the Russy forest. It was once a royal hunting lodge. Its greatest feature is its gallery of 327 portraits of famous faces dating from 1328 to 1643. You will also like the rich Brussels tapestry and elegant furnishings. Chateau de Villesavin looks very much as it did when it was built in the 16th century. It is one of the least altered chateaux in the Loire Valley. It has a very interesting collection of old carriages.