France bed and breakfasts

March 3, 2010 at 5:07 pm Leave a comment

Attracting over eighty million visitors each year, France is by far the world’s most popular tourist destination, and Paris the most visited city. So whether it’s the sun, the snow, the stylish cities or simply the famous French cuisine that appeals to you, staying in a bed and breakfast in France is an authentic, affordable way to explore the country.

Normandy B&Bs

Book B&Bs in NormandyAchieving consistently high ratings from customers, Le Moulin de Villez offers tastefully furnished, country-style rooms in a peaceful setting in Giverny, close to the famous home and gardens of the impressionist painter, Claude Monet. Set in an ancient mill with a still-functioning wheel, the luxurious rooms of this chambre d’hôtes (a typical French guesthouse) feature en-suite bathrooms and large windows or balconies with garden views.

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Le Mans B&Bs

Book B&Bs in Le MansA fifteenth-century château, complete with turrets, towers and a wide moat, sets an enchanting scene for a romantic getaway in France. Set in wooded grounds amid the town that grew up around it, the château B&B offers spacious, en-suite rooms and facilities including a library, a meeting room, badminton, croquet and even Chinese massage. Nearby, guests can try their hand at horse riding, fishing and archery, as well as more modern pursuits such as golf and karting, and, of course, the races at Le Mans are not far away.

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Arles B&Bs

Book B&Bs in ArlesBuilt as a command post by the Knights of the Order of the Maltese Cross, our third Provence property, Domaine de la Fosse, spent much of its life as a fruit farm and vineyard. The property now concentrates half of its efforts on growing rice and the other half on providing first-class B&B accommodation to visitors to the Petite Camargue area. Guestrooms are simply and rustically decorated but feature understated touches of Classic French style.

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