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Happy times in Joyeuse!

Activities for everyone in the heart of the Ardèche

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Here you can forget all your worries and enjoy life having fun with your family. Located on the banks of the river and a stone’s throw from the centre of Joyeuse, the hotel offers wide spaces and the perfect playground for young and old alike. On site at the hotel are first-class facilities and activities during the months of July and August.

The village of Joyeuse, holder of “Ville d’Art et Métiers d’Art” status (Town of Art and Artisans), has all the necessary shops and services for your well-being. You’ll also find an equestrian centre, tennis courts, an angling store (fishing permits available from here), an office for sport activities and a great tourist office. You can also wander around the Provençal market. One of the largest in the Southern Ardèche, it takes place on Wednesday mornings under the shady plane trees of the Place de la Grand Font. Two evening markets take place on Sunday evenings in July and August from 6pm - the classic market on the Carrefour supermarket car park and the artisan market in Old Joyeuse. Don’t miss them!

Activities and events

at the hotel and nearby

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On site at the hotel

Discover a covered/uncovered heated pool, jacuzzi, sun lounge, shaded park, kindergarten, snooker, a pétanque ground, a giant chessboard, volleyball and basketball courts and ping-pong tables. You can also swim and fish in the River Beaume at the foot of the hotel, which has its own private entrance. In July and August, the hotel organises all sorts of small tournaments on site (ping-pong, pétanque etc.), introductions to archery with a qualified instructor, ride down the River Ardèche (preferential rates), themed evenings and dance nights
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In Joyeuse

Joyeuse is located at the foot of the Cévennes between the Rivers Beaume and Drobie and offers countless historic, cultural and sporting activities. Said to have been founded by Charlemagne, who fought a battle here, it is also a former silk capital, with silkworm nurseries, mills and old shops. Things to see and do include the Musée de la Châtaigneraie (Chestnut Museum), dramatised tours round Old Joyeuse, swimming in the river, canoeing, kayaking, walking, horse riding, tours of vineyards in neighbouring villages and tasting of Chatus, a wine from hundred-year old vines.