60 Bed & breakfasts in France

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    Cathédrale Notre Dame, Paris

    What an incredible cathedral! There was a large queue but it went fast and we got to see the breath-taking stain glass windows! Worth visiting!

    It is an opportunity that costs nothing to view this impressive building and gardens. The entire site takes up a couple of blocks.

    A laid back type of zoo, laid out in the grounds of an old manor house.Plenty of animals to see And you can see them being fed at various times of day.

    A Natural History Museum with lovely Botanical Gardens. Really god exhibits and not expensive. It's also free on the first Sunday of each month.

    These are a set of pretty locks above Beziers. Great views of the city, cathedral and canal du Midi. You can picnic and watch the boats move through the locks.

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    le Neuvieme Art Restaurant

    The atmosphere is great, the decor is modern and trendy. The food presentation is very innovative and done with a lot of taste.

    A family run restaurant in the middle of town. Incredible food and simply the best service.

    A nice wee wine shop that does a perfect cooked lunch. They also do dinner but a reservation is a must.

    Wonderful place that does gourmet burgers and grill. Food is to die for and very friendly staff. It's very busy so you have to make a reservation.

    A quaint wee restaurant in the middle of town. Unbelievable food and friendly staff.

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    Must see the Gare de Limoges

    The front of this building is one of the prettiest train stations in France. It's worth checking out.

    Explore Quartier Renaissance Saint Jean

    Mainly pedestrian, this is the largest area of the Renaissance period after Venice. You can walk around and admire all these Renaissance buildings (16th century).

    Check out Rocher des Doms

    Climb up to this lovely park after your visit to the Palace for a great view of the river and the Pont d'Avignon. There are some interesting botanical specimens and it's a good spot for a picnic.

    Explore the Jardin Japonais

    The Jardin Japonais is garden paradise in the centre of Toulouse. The have created a very nice park with kiosks, small lakes and rivers It is an ideal place to relax.

    Visit Plateau des Poetes

    A beautiful park and wildlife reserve in the middle of Beziers. It has great walks, water features and thousands of different birds.

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    The Loire Valley, Far from the Maddening Crowds

    Conflans sur Anille is a small village at the entrance to the Loire Valley, and near the little Loir river, far from the heavy tourist zone of the main Loire Valley cities. It lies less than 2 hours drive West of Paris, in the middle of bucolic countryside, between Le Mans, Tours and Chartres, not far from Vendome.

    River Runs Through

    The river divides itself at the entrance of Vendôme, intersecting it into numerous different arms, this is evident all over the city.

    Summer Months

    Antibes is very busy in the summer, mainly with French families. In the evenings, everyone is out at the many outdoor restaurants in the old part of Antibes and in Juan les Pins.

    Palace of Popes and Other Historical Attractions

    When the popes moved from Rome in the Middle Ages, the city of Avignon became the capital of Christendom. This is evident in the architecture around the city.

    Perfume Capital

    Grasse is known as the perfume capital of the world! There is a huge flower farming industry here due the the micro climate in Grasse.