B&B at Velo Vercors
B&B rooms with en-suite bathrooms overlooking the garden each with their own independent front door access, modern bathrooms and comfortable beds. Minimum of 2 nights stay.
Our breakfasts served on the terrace include organic 'home made' muesli, organic walnuts from our tree, yoghurt, fruit, juice, fresh bread and croissants, jams, 'bean to grain' coffee or tea.
Post ride chill out
The converted barn is a place for guests to relax, eat and socialize. Large comfortable sofas, a communal eating area, TV, wifi, music system makes this a great place to spend time off the bike. There is also a basic kitchen with fridge for B&B guests to use.
Shopping for food is easy and a thoroughly enjoyable experience as a short 5 min stroll will bring you into the heart of St.Jean-en-Royans with its great infrastructure of shops, cafes and restaurants. There is the opportunity to stock up at the local Supermarket (a short drive to the edge of town) or ditch the car and shop at the smaller, independent shops where there is a great pride placed on providing local, high quality produce. There are 3 bakers, a butchers and deli, a greengrocers, an artisan Patisserie dedicated to creating the most wonderful cakes and handmade chocolate.
The town also provides a host of other shops and facilities you may need during your holiday including a smaller supermarket, banks, chemists, church, office of tourism, doctor, physio, sports, clothes and shoe shops, hairdressers, beauty salon...the list goes on. There is also a small food market every Thursday with a choice of cheese and food stalls.
Next door to us is an 'Organic Trout Farm' offering fresh or smoked fish which you can buy direct.
Eating Out and Cafes
There are 4 cafes within walking distance in the town centre.
For eating out the town has a great Taverne bistro serving great pizzas and regional dishes including the popular 'raviole' pasta. Little pockets of pasta served as a gratin with various delicious accompaniments including cep mushrooms, trout or light cream sauce.
There is also another bistro and for a more traditional French experience the restaurant at le Castel Fleurie boasts a wonderful setting overlooking the countryside and serving regional dishes including Trout, raviolecail and Cailletts (tripe meatballs)