Welcome to Beaugency YH - “Princess of the Loire” Beaugency is proud to be part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Loire Valley. This charming medieval town is only 1 hour and a half from Paris and 30 minutes from Chambord, Blois and Orléans. The main heritage of a rich past is composed of: the Tour César, from the 11th century and its legendary bridge, the Château Dunois built by Dunois, Joan of Arc’s armourer. Hikers will enjoy going by foot, bike or canoe to discover the Abbey of Notre-Dame dating back to 12th century, the Tour St Firmin, the Renaissance townhall with its magnificent collection of tapestries, the clock tower Church of Saint Etienne, one of the oldest Romanesque churches in the Loire Valley which was restored and made into a cultural centre.

Reception desk is open from 9:00 am to 12:00 am and from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 16 May - 15 September, and from 9:00 to 12:00 am and from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm the rest of the year. YH 2 km's walk from the train station. Bike rental available at the Y.H. or in Relais, 500 m from the train station.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Socialising
  • Eco-tourism
  • Nature-lovers
  • Relaxing

Green rating



Very clean and comfortable with good facilities. Staff very helpful and friendly. Great for cyclists but about a mile from town centre could be a problem on foot. Enjoyed my stay - again.


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Fri 12 Jun 2015

It's an ok hostel, but its in the middle of nowhere, they had awesome lounge areas and a charming courtyard, but I had to hike 2 miles to get dinner everyday. They also don't provide any practical way to get around. You can rent a bike which will set you back 5 euros a day, but that defeats the purpose of this hostel which is to be cheap. The information was also pretty weak and since I couldn't connect to the web with my laptop I had no way of finding the cool stuff around except walking.


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Fri 01 May 2015

Travel tips...

Budget meal tip

Charcuterie at E.Leclerc and traiteurs/boucherie /boulangère in town.

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Fri 12 Jun 2015