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Chambres d’hôtes à La Rochelle


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Former 18th century shipowners’ house, the ENTRE HOTES guest house is located in the heart of the historic district, 5 minutes from the old port, shops, restaurants and La Concurrence beach. All the rooms are quiet, all facing a pretty English garden. The atmosphere is cocooning, and the decoration neat. The house has a private lift and all the bedrooms are air-conditioned.


The Ile de Ré bridge is only 10 minutes from our guest rooms (a connection is provided regularly by buses leaving from Place de Verdun, bus station).
Ile de Ré is a captivating place, full of charm, chic and authentic at the same time, one of the jewels of the Atlantic. For the moment of a day, you can criss-cross the secret alleys of Saint Martin or stroll by bike along the coast and the salt marshes.


You can access the Ile d'Aix only by boat passing in front of the imposing Fort Boyard (many departures from the old port of La Rochelle in high season). It is a charming little natural island, which does not know the crowds, a little corner of paradise, which can be visited on foot or by bike, a real moment of relaxation in Poitou-Charentes.


Come and discover one of the most beautiful aquariums in Europe, a fascinating and mysterious underwater world.


Rochefort located 30 minutes from La Rochelle, stands out for its history. Formerly a royal city, Rochefort remains a port city, where memories are present everywhere. Do not miss the Corderie Royale and the Arsenal for maritime history enthusiasts as well as the museum of trades of yesteryear for lovers of second-hand goods.
The island of Oléron, one hour from La Rochelle, is one of the largest islands in France. Wild, it is the favorite place of families and water sports enthusiasts without forgetting that of lovers of the famous Marennes-Oléron oysters.


It is one of the wonders of Charente Maritime, our green Venice. Paradise of fauna and flora, it is an essential place that will delight young and old. What could be more pleasant than to be lulled by the movement of the boat and the rays of the sun playing through the luxuriant vegetation of the marsh only about thirty kilometers from La Rochelle