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Whatever the reason for your stay in Guéret, the Campanile hotel will offer you a warm welcome....
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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Gueret. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.




What to do in Guéret?

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Two days is the perfect amount of time to visit Guéret. You can’t stay in our Campanile hotel without taking a tour of Place Bonnyaut, also known as the “Trinite” by the locals. On this same square, you can admire the Trois-Grâces fountain, the courthouse and the Palais de Justice, and also the Presidial, home to City Hall. This 17th century building is one of the city’s most interesting buildings and the Hôtel des Monteyroux is also a must-see.
A week-long stay will let you spend time exploring the city, venturing off the beaten path and, most importantly, taking your time! Take advantage of your hotel room to get a little rest. The Musée de la Sénatorerie is one of the city’s most beautiful museums. The former residence of Napoleon’s senators, it is now a museum surrounded by a park.
The city of Guéret is perfect for a family stay! For those who enjoy going for walks, the city’s surroundings provide a beautiful backdrop. Right in the city, your family will enjoy a night out at La Fabrique, to take in a dance performance, a concert or a play. The Monts de Guéret wildlife park, where you can see wolves, is also a great park to visit if you stay in town with your children.

Top 3 gastronomic experiences in Guéret

Fondu Creusois

You can't make a stop at the Campanile in Guéret without trying the famous fondu creusois. This typical dish is made with fried or sautéed potatoes and is served alongside melted local cow’s cheese. This traditional Creuse dish is reminiscent of the famous Québec poutine. A variant of this dish is also made with camembert.

Agneau du Limousin and Omelet with Cep Mushrooms

During your stay in Guéret, don’t miss out on the agneau du Limousin – lamb spit-roasted, as a fillet, in a blanquette, etc. Among the traditional Creuse dishes, also try the simple yet delicious omelet with cep mushrooms. Some Creuse residents eat it for breakfast or as a morning snack. It's also perfect for a light lunch or dinner, with a salad.

The Creusois

For dessert, indulge in a regional classic, made by the best pastry chefs in the city of Guéret: the Creusois. According to legend, the recipe for this fluffy hazelnut cake was found among the ruins of a 15th-century monastery and is only known to about 20 pastry chefs. Don't miss out on the chance to taste one of these authentic and artisanal pastries before leaving the department of La Creuse and the Campanile Guéret hotel-restaurant.
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Events in Guéret

The Forêt Follies Festival

Head to Guéret in September for the Forêt Follies Festival in the Forêt du Massif de Chabrières. You can watch a big parade and visit medieval islands in a pop-up village organized around several themes: relaxation and sports, architecture, good citizenship, etc. Various workshops are offered for the entire family’s enjoyment. There’s an educational pit, make-up workshop, a Scouts de France workshop, a bronze workshop, a medieval foundry, and more. The Woodcutting Championship of France also takes place during these two days. For information about catching the shuttle to reach the festival grounds, go to the City Hall’s web site.

Rencontres Littéraires de Chaminadour

Every year in Guéret, the Rencontres Littéraires de Chaminadour hosts literary gatherings that celebrate a particular author. There’s participation from writers, translators, academics, editors, critics, booksellers and librarians and also literary journalists and actors. For four days, free of charge, you can attend the conferences, debates, readings and roundtables on the writer selected for the year you visit. The event often culminates with a “fête du bœuf gras” with all participants in attendance.