Relax and unwind at Appleton’s bed and breakfast in Argenton-sur-Creuse
If you are travelling through Central France and need a Bed and Breakfast why not send us an email or call to reserve a double, twin or family room.
Our 19th Century farmhouse has been renovated to a high standard having made every effort to retain many of the original features, while incorporating modern amenities. We have created a warm, homely atmosphere for your stay. You can soak up the sun, snooze in the shade or enjoy a bottle of wine from our select collection on the terrace. Malcolm and Edward, your hosts, will endeavor to help you make the most of your stay in their home.
Appleton’s is situated on 2 acres of beautifully landscaped countryside with a variety of trees, shrubs and lovely flowering borders. We welcome you to take a stroll through the property including our fruit and vegetable gardens, which provide a bountiful harvest throughout the year for guests and ourselves. Our free-range chickens are quite entertaining and you are most welcome to help us gather eggs for your breakfast!
Why not make us a stopping point if you are on your way to Carcassonne, Perpignan, Montpellier or Toulouse as we are just a day’s drive away, also if you are going to the Midi Pyrenees and Languedoc Roussillon regions of France, or the beaches of the Mediterranean, the wine areas of the Corbieres and Limoux, or the foothills of the Pyrenees, visit the towns of Mirepoix, Quillan, Esperaza, Limoux, Rennes les Bains, Pamiers, Beziers or Narbonne in the heart of Cathar country. We also are ideally positioned if you want to drive over the new Millau bridge on your way to Spain.
Named “Centre” for its location in the heart of France, this remarkable region is dominated by the legendary Loire Valley. It is easily accessible from Paris, thanks to numerous autoroutes and the TGV high-speed train. From early spring to late autumn, natural splendors abound in the valleys of the Loire and its eastern tributaries, the rivers Creuse, Indre, Cher, Beuvron, Sauldre, and Allier.