Bapaumes hosts a total of five B&B bedrooms, ALL uniquely decorated in a combination of antiques and character pieces to create an eclectic ensemble of colour and style.
We offer a quiet and calm getaway from the reality of your everyday grind.
Bapaumes is a place you will always return to when life is not treating you as expected....
Come discover this slice of life and paradise.
Our village of Nérac, an official Ville Fleurie, is rich in history, medieval character and charm.
Situated along the lush banks of La Baïse river, Nérac is conveniently located between Bordeaux and Toulouse, with easy access to airports, freeways and trains. And yet it still feels like a million miles away from the crowded city life.
You will not be disappointed.
Whether you are driving, cycling, hiking, boating or just dreaming of doing nothing, this area is a paradise lost with plenty of activities for all ages year-round.
Nérac is surrounded by quaint villages, beautiful vineyards, lush forests, gorgeous cycling routes, rich food and stunning beauty.
From Bapaumes, all this is within easy reach by foot, bicycle or car.
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A little taste of paradise in the Val D'Albret
On the edge of the beautiful medieval village of Nérac, once home to King Henry IV, you will find our little paradise. Moulin de Bapaumes (currently also known as Bapomme) is located directly on the banks of the Baïse river.
This quiet retreat is the perfect address for young and old wanting to get away... and yet still be on the doorstep of history, charm, medieval castles, wine chateaux, vinyards and sunflower fields. Once the playground to the royalty of medieval europe, now a fantastic opportunity for you if you are curious to enjoy and explore Sud-Ouest France! We are convenietly located to attend venues at Chateau de Poudenas, Chateau de Lisse , Chateau de Mazelieres, Chateau de Mons, Chateau de Frandat ...just to name a few!
Our concept is rather simple: peace, quiet and tranquility. Bapaumes is a convenient destination where you will be pampered by nature itself, with the stillness broken only by the sound of water. You will be intrigued and inspired by hundreds of years of history still preserved to be discovered and enjoyed.