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Cholet is located in the Pay de la Loire region of France. The unique sites of Clisson with the Chateau de Clisson and several other monuments such as churches and market halls are all nearby. Aubigne-sur-Layon is also close by and features several more historical buildings as well as gardens in full bloom during the summer months. Perhaps the most enticing attraction is the Chateau de Brissac, a castle that stands seven stories high and is the tallest castle in the entire country. Whatever draws you to Cholet, look to to find the best Cholet hotels for your visit. With hotels ranging from one to five stars, you'll be able to find the accommodation that best fits your needs. So book online or with's free mobile smartphone app and receive exclusive offers sent directly to your phone.

What's Cholet Like?

The Chateau de Clisson dates back to the 13th century and has slowly deteriorated over the years. The original dungeon and gateway are still there as well as most of the living quarters and some of the towers and walls. The Church of Notre-Dame and a market hall that specializes in carpentry is not far away. Aubigne-sur-Layon has several other historical attractions such as the 11th-century church of Saint-Denis featuring 18th-century frescoes within the church. The castle still has two square towers and standing walls available to tour and visit. Gardens dot the city and the flower gardens at the presbytery are certainly worth seeing. Lastly, the seven story Chateau de Brissac, which has stood since the 15th century and is the tallest castle in the country, is nearby. The castle has more than 200 rooms including a fully furnished Grand Gallery.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cholet

Much of the region is grazing ground for cattle, so beef and poultry are common in many dishes. Nearby forests offer ample foraging for mushrooms and goat cheese is also prominent. As you'd imagine, French is the native language of Cholet and locals always appreciate it when you break the ice in French. Even if you learn just a few phrases, it can go a long way to getting a friendly response from local residents. will help make your stay as relaxing as possible.'s website has several features to help you chose the best hotel for you, such as high resolution photos of each hotel and pin pointed maps highlighting available accommodations and popular attractions. This way you can select the right hotel in Cholete for you.