Welcome to the Chambres de Beynes
Bed and breakfast of character in the heart of the plain of Versailles
Nested in the center of the Yvelines shire, 35 km from Paris and 25 km from Versailles, this charming XVIIIth century house, opens you its doors. You can stay in one of three completely renovated comfortable bed and breakfast rooms wether you are passing through the valley of Mauldre, or on longer visits. One of these rooms is accessible to guests with reduced mobility. A free car park, tacked to the property, is available.
Your breakfast will be served either on your privative terrace or with other guests in a private dining room. You can also possible to take advantage of the table d’hôtes twice weekly (Monday and Thursday evenings, on reservation).
The house is situated near the accesses to A14 and RN12, and near the railwaystation connecting Beynes to Paris Montparnasse. As il is not far away from several business parks (Saint Quentin en Yvelines, Plaisir, Epône), it can also meet the expectations of a business clientele wishing to stay in a beautiful environment.
Do not hesitate to consult the column To see / To do, where I’ve selected for you the activities to do on site, or nearby, as well as the current events of the moment.
The guest house
Situated in the village of Beynes, at the crossroads between Versailles, Rambouillet and the Vexin, the property is composed off two buildings : the main house and the dependence which faces it. You will found in this dependence some impress of an old baker’s oven. The raised and flowery garden contribute to make the place peaceful. You can go very easily from the house to the forest and walk on the tracks of François the First who realized the various roads of hunting.
The origins of Beynes go back to the Prehistory. The castle, dating of the XIIth century, has had several transformations, particularly, in the XVth century during the Hundred Years’ War where Beynes occupied a strategic location to the crossroads of two main trunk roads: a north-south axis connecting Beauvais to Chartres and an east-west axis connecting Paris to Rouen. At the XVIth century, the castle was give to Anne de Pisselieu by François de First, then to Diane de Poitiers by Henry the Second.Today it belongs to Beynes and its ruins can be visited. Some works are done in order to restore de ravelin and to walk through.