(+33)3 25 01 31 13
The bar - hotel - restaurant The Cantarel and its team welcome you in a warm and friendly atmosphere in the hotel in the heart of the city Andelot, in the south of Champagne-Ardenne, near Chaumont.
Open-air museum with frescoes depicting the first French political act, the Andelot Treaty (see below), this city, full of history, Haute -Marne and its surroundings offer great tourist and cultural treasures. Andelot is particularly close to Colombey-les -2- Churches (with the memorial in honor of General De Gaulle) and large fishing lakes and hunting areas.
The Cantarel is a member of the network of Logis, synonymous with quality and charm and offers an ideal base for business trips or family weekends.
You can enjoy a drink and relax with friends and in summer you can enjoy a quiet and shaded terrace in the inner courtyard of the restaurant.
The the Cantarel, you will find 7 quiet and comfortable rooms, fully equipped.
For lunch or dinner, the Cantarel is also a restaurant that offers a menu of tasty and varied menus.
The hotel is at your service from Tuesday to Sunday noon.
Upon request and prior reservation, the Cantarel offers accommodation possibilities on Sunday evening and
Monday with lunch tray.
On the ruins of the Roman Empire, the barbarian chiefs founded kingdoms according to their conquests. Clovis, king of the Franks, and establishes a principality in northern Gaul, including present-day Belgium.
Gaul was soon divided into three rival kingdoms: Austrasia northeast of Reims to Trier; Neustria, northwest, and Burgundy, southeast.
In November 587, King Childebert II King of Austrasia (eastern territories of the Frankish kingdom whose capital was Reims and Metz), went to meet Guntram first (grand-son of Clovis), King of the Franks Burgundy (kingdom which then extended to the French-speaking Switzerland and the southeast quarter of France), Andelot near Chaumont in the Haute- Marne, in order to reconcile the kingdoms of Austrasia and Burgundy.
The two kings negotiated a pact that led to the Treaty Andelot dated Friday, November 28th of 587.
This treaty was to unite the two kingdoms to their death and ensure perpetual peace between Austrasia and Burgundy. This document is considered the first diplomatic document in the history of France whose content is fully preserved in the writings of the royal chronicler Gregory of Tours.
(Source: Andelot, La Route de l’Histoire, Departmental Tourist Office)
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