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Let the travel experts at Hotels.com match you up with your perfect hotel room in Saumur. Working together with the best Saumur Hotels, we have created an enticing range of accommodation options just for you. Whether you are travelling alone, with a family keen to see all of the key sights of the region, or with your partner on a cosy romantic break, we have so many Saumur Hotels to inspire you here. All of the Saumur Hotels that we list on our site are illustrated with photographs, which give you a candid view of what the hotel is like. In addition, we provide you with reviews and ratings from other Hotels.com users who have been guests at that hotel, to give you an insight into what it will be like to stay there yourself. Dominated by the majestic turrets of its very own chateau (or castle), Saumur is renowned for its good food and cultural attractions.

What's Saumur Like?

Situated right in the world famous wine growing region of the Loire valley, Saumur is home to a beautiful old castle and some very picturesque medieval streets. Saumur is also renowned for its resident equestrian team, known as the Cadre Noir: watch them practising and see their shows during the summer months for a real display of skill and grace. On the outskirts of the town, there likes the church known as the Chapel of Notre Dame des Ardilliers Church, which lovers of architecture and culture should certainly not miss. Stroll of have a picnic beside the tranquil Loire river, and make sure to take a look at the other nearby castle, the Château de Beaulieu, which overlooks the river banks.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Saumur

Wine is one of the most famous local products here, and there are an extensive variety of wine cellars, vineyards, tasting sessions, and bars here. Brushing up on your knowledge of the Loire wines will really help you to blend in with the inhabitants of Saumur. The main grapes that are used to produced in the Loire Valley, for instance, are Chenin Blanc, Melon de Bourgogne, and Sauvignon Blanc. These grapes are responsible for a fruity, crisp, and refreshing range of white wines, so why not try out a few glasses in a restaurant with your evening meal when you visit Saumur? At Hotels.com, we are brimming with helpful facts and tips about Saumur, and great holiday destinations throughout France. Make the most of our local knowledge by booking yourself a hotel in Saumur through our website today.