10, Grande Rue - 45420 Bonny sur Loire - +33 2 38 27 01 45
Located between Nevers and Gien, and Bourges and Auxerre, ‘Bonny sur Loire’ will strike you as a charming little village, with a tranquil atmosphere reigning everywhere...
The Hôtel-Restaurant des Voyageurs in Bonny sur Loire is situated at the village’s gates, and provides guestrooms and luscious cuisine, in which tradition and terroir follow the rhythm of seasons.
You will most certainly enjoy the outstanding setting of our Hôtel-Restaurant des Voyageurs, housed in a quaint 20th century building restored in 2014.
The restaurant has received the distinction of ‘Bib Gourmand Michelin ’ for its gastronomic cuisine, of unfailing quality, presenting unexpected flavours and delicacy in the meals prepared with simple, revisited ingredients.
The Restaurant des Voyageurs is open from Tuesday night to Sunday after lunch time.
The Hôtel des Voyageurs is closed on Sunday nights.
Guest capacity : 40 individual guests ; and groups of 50 guests. Pets are allowed.
There is a small terrace for drinks.
6 classic guestrooms furnished with a flat-screen television showing movie channels, WiFi Internet access and a direct telephone line.
Simplicity reigns in this family-owned and traditional hotel.
A free and locked car park is at the guests’ disposal.
The hotel is closed on Sunday nights.
The restaurant is open from Tuesday night to Sunday after lunch time.
You will also have the chance to enjoy chef Philippe’s astonishing cuisine, endued with subtle, tasty delicacy.
Price for a night : hotel des voyageurs, bonny sur loire, 45420
Single room : 58 €
Twin room : 73 €
Triple room : 73 €
Quadruple room : 78 €
Room, with dinner and breakfast included : 69 €
Breakfast : 7 €
Extra fee for pets : 8 €
Saint Aignan’s church is a listed monument which bears witness to Bonny sur Loire’s prestigious past.
The river Cheuille, a local word for ‘stream in a hollow’ flows in the valley until it meets the river Loire, in a place called ‘Loups’ (wolves).
Signalled hiking paths are available for those wishing to explore the surrounding countryside on foot.
The Coteaux du Giennois wine, from the hills running along the banks of the Loire, is made in the areas of Nièvre and Loiret. Now that it has received its AOC certification, our local wine has won its spurs, and its reputation has outgrown our region.
In the Loiret area : In Briare le Canal, the canal bridge is one of the most prestigious navigation heritage sites of France.
In the Cher area : Sancerre, a medieval town located on a hill near the River Loire.
In the Yonne area : The history of the château of Saint-Fargeau goes back ten centuries.
In the Nièvre area : Guedelon : a medieval construction site.
is a cycling track which runs alongside the majestic river. It is about 13 miles long, starts in Briare and goes to Ousson sur-Loire, then to Bonny sur Loire. It then joins up with Beaulieu sur Loire and Belleville sur Loire in the Cher area.