In Arras and around the Carré Saint-Eloi, here are some places, remarkable sites, activities or monuments that we particularly appreciate and that we recommend to you during your visit to our bed and breakfast.

Au Carré Saint-Eloi - gîte Mamarras à Arras

ARRAS ON THE BEACH from 14th july to 15th august with many fun activities for children and young people

TAXI BIKE : another way to get around in Saint Aubert Street when it becomes a pedestrian lane

ARRAS'S VICTOR HUGO SQUARE : for the architecture, flower market (1st may), and flea market in September

FRENCH FRIES  at French-fry truck (friterie du Beffroi – Carnot Boulevard) : we would be pleased to go and get it for you !

TO EAT ARRAS CHITTERLING SAUSAGE on Heros Square (the Fête de l’Andouillette, 27th  and 28th August).

TO HAVE A WALK through the Arras's Vauban Citadel wood with preserved wildlife and a magnificent setting.

ENJOY FREE ADMISSION at the permanent exhibition in Louvre Lens

CELEBRATE SAINT GASTON : the Arras Museum of Fine Arts celebrate children the first Sunday of February.

“CITADINE” minibus : this shuttle runs every 10 minutes to Arras city center and free. The stop closest to the guest house: "Théâtre" or "Hauts de Saint-Aubert" on Citadine n°2.


 Au Carre Saint Eloi Arras TripAdvisor

 Useful Links :

Arras Pays d'Artois Tourist office
Arras's City Hall website
The Main Square Festival website

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Welcome !

Zoe Barnabe Claire Antoine Six Kapoun

Our two kids, Zoe and Barnabé, Claire and Antoine are pleased to welcome you in The Carré Saint-Eloi, our guest house renovated in 2011.

The label obtained in 2015
The frontage illuminated
The Z Com Room
Our garden
The frontage on the Wetz d'Amain place

Where are we ?

Au Carre Saint Eloi localisationThe house is placed in the historical centre of Arras and is at 500 meters from the 2 main city squares – le Grand’ Place and Place des Héros, the Belfry and the Vauban Citadel, listed as a Unesco World