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Maison Diocésaine, Angoulême

Monastery

At the foot of the promontory that bears the Old Angoulême, dominated by the steeple of the Saint-Ausone church, the Diocesan House is a place at the service of the Catholic Church of Charente.

A place for all, La Maison Diocésaine d´Angoulême is open to all and welcomes diocesan services and movements, but also non-denominational groups, for meetings, seminars or internships. Pilgrims or passing guests are also welcome.

A haven of peace in the heart of the city, with green spaces, a chapel and an oratory to come to meditate, pray, and enjoy the silence.

Single rooms or studios are available all year round upon booking request.

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Free WiFi

Free parking

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Chapel

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Summary

Parking (free)

No smoking

Historic property

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

Chapel on premises

Linen included

Towels included

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Restaurant

Recreations

Museums (walking distance)

Historic houses

Gardens

Arrival information and directions

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Address: 226 route de Bordeaux, Angoulême, Angoulême16000, France

Angoulême is located in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, in the Charente department, about 120 kilometers from Bordeaux and about 110 kilometers from the beaches.

To come by car:

  • From Bordeaux, Poitiers, Nantes and Tours, follow the N10.
  • From Limoges, follow the N141.
  • From Périgueux, follow the D939.
  • From Paris, A10 motorway to Poitiers, then RN10 to Angoulême.
  • From Paris, A10 motorway to Poitiers, then RN10 to Angoulême.  

To come by train:

  • By TGV: Paris Angoulême TGV 2h10
  • By LGV Atlantique, 1h40 from Paris, 40 min from Poitiers and 3h54 from Lille.

The station is located in downtown Angoulême.

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