Layout[edit | edit source]
The outside walls of the building have some holes in them revealing some broken cement floors. The one directly up from the entrance is located on floors four and five and have been mostly filled with rubble and debris. The other opening in the building is located to the right and it reveals floors three and four. The sign has remained in very good condition, compared to the decorative designing above the sign which is missing pieces of stone. There is an outer section behind some decorative railing that contains some tables and chairs with some nearby trash cans. The front pillar to the left of the entrance has fallen and is broken in two.
The interior of the building near the entrance has very damaged wallpaper and the floors are shattered. The two decorative chairs are in very good condition in contrast to the rest of the room. To the left of the entrance is a desk with a cash register and a chair. The main room has a landslide of debris, junk and furniture such as a bed and a couch. The only place where this could have come from is the blocked off doors at the top of the landslide. There is a bar to the right of the area at the top of the landslide with a shelf where drinks were once kept next to a refrigerator. There is also a flickering Nuka-Cola sign at the end of the counter. To the left of the landslide area on the top floor is also a pool table with two white pool balls. The rest of the building is blocked off by rubble making the accessible interior very small.
Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- On an upstairs pool table there is a mini nuke and a Stealth Boy.
- If Broken Steel is installed and the player character has obtained Sorry, my darling, they will encounter Lag-Bolt. Killing him and looting his corpse will get his unique shades, Lag-Bolt's combat armor, Lag-Bolt's note and a key to a suitcase also on the pool table. The suitcase contains the all-nighter nightwear.
- On a shelf across from the upstairs pool table: a bottle of Nuka-Cola Quantum.
- Behind a downstairs lobby desk (to the left of the entrance) on the floor is a U.S. Army: 30 Handy Flamethrower Recipes skill book.
Related quest[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
La Maison Beauregard appears only in Fallout 3.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
La Maison Beauregard is French for "the House of Beauregard." Beauregard means "beautiful look" in French.