Three delightful cottages for holiday rental. All are completely self-contained homes, sleep 5-8 people and include bed linen, towels, a fully equipped kitchen and free Wifi. They are located in three of the most beautiful parts of France.
A Cottage in Burgundy
BURGUNDY: Exciting combination of history, wineries and nature in the east of France.
Le Champ du Four - a charming 18th century stone cottage, with 3 bedrooms sleeping up to 6-8 people, a large dining and family area plus a separate lounge room. The courtyard provides off-street parking and a large lawn area allows al-fresco dining, barbecues, a play area or simply somewhere to read and relax under the shady trees.
This former farmhouse is located among rolling farmland and forests, providing a quiet and relaxing atmosphere with great views and many nearby villages and attractions.
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A Cottage in Dordogne
DORDOGNE: Beautiful region of pre-history, chateaus, gastronomy and sweeping river views in France’s south-west.
Les Lucarnes - a bright and welcoming cottage in the town of Belves - listed as a Most Beautiful Village of France (Plus Belles Villages) which features an historic market place, chateau and caves. This cottage has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 6-8 people. It is complemented by a back garden and balcony with a glorious view of the valley and township.
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A Cottage in Provence
PROVENCE: Spectacular region of art, Roman history, hilltop villages and impressive countryside and coastlines, in the south of France.
La Galerie - a cosy cottage in the renowned village of Pernes-les-Fontaines famous for its many fountains and middle-ages frescoes. The cottage features 2 bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms, sleeping 5-6 people, plus large living areas, kitchen and a balcony.
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A Cottage in France provides the opportunity to experience a wide range of attractions in three of France's most popular regions
Cottages in ideal locations across France
Available for short term and longer term holiday rental
Historic towns and markets
Chateaus and museums
Restaurants with offerings from rustic local fare to gourmet dining
Cathedrals, abbeys and basilicas
Ancient buildings and monuments
Wineries and Wine routes
Walking and bike tracks