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It’s among the elite of the French capital’s hotels. But what makes a legendary hotel like Le Bristol tick? Justin Postlethwaite meets some of the team who have added their own personal histories to the hotel’s.
As ski lifts whir into action in the Vosges, Gillian Thornton thinks about summer amongst the lakes and mountains around Gérardmer.
“France. It’s the Auvergne with something else around it.” – an Auvergnat saying Tired of the “cut and thrust” of modern English life, we opted for a new challenge at a more relaxed pace. Our searches led us in early…
This summer why not consider swapping your regular gîte stay in France for something a little bit different? Here’s our pick of the more unusual accommodation available…
In one of the city’s liveliest neighborhoods, the Résidence Nell is a cocoon of calm and luxury designed for any length of stay, from a single night to an entire month – almost like having your own pied-à-terre in Paris.
There are all sorts of events being planned throughout the year in the Midi-Pyrénées region. Here’s our pick of the bunch, from springtime carnivals in Albi and Castres to local food festivals and major music concerts.
Let Chez Domaine find the perfect holiday home for you and your family and friends. They have a good selection of well-appointed houses, village houses, villas and country cottages. All have been specially selected for their charm and comfort.
Jamie and Ali Stickler moved to their farm in the Aveyron, in 2004. After years of major work on the property, their very special gîtes are now ready to rent. Here’s Jamie’s account of their life in France, the ethos behind the decoration of the gîtes, and their farm, which produces organic beef.
Kim and Dennis Middleditch, from East London, own a very unusual holiday rental in the Var. We spoke to them about their converted windmill, Moulin des Oliviers…
You quickly discover what you should have brought with you on holiday, once you get there. It’s also surprisingly easy to forget by the next time you go on holiday! So we’ve put together a list of the basics, which should stop you leaving out anything crucial.
Staying in French mountain property during the summer is a whole different world to any other kind of holiday. If you think of the mountains as just for winter sports, you’re missing out! We find out more from Dawn Lyde, who owns a holiday rental property near the Pyrenees.
Jilly Bennett, French resident, dog show judge and owner of Pension Milou (luxury dog hotel), explains the steps you need to take.
“Your dog is part of your family, so why not take him along on the trip? With quarantine regulations eased and provided you start the process far enough ahead for the necessary injections, blood test and paperwork you will find it all works easily…”