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Provence Alpes / Cote-d-Azur
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A spacious and comfortably house close to the centre of this lovely old market town. Villedieu is in an excellent position for touring or relaxing being close to the sea at Granville, the Normandy landing beaches, St Malo, Mont St Michel and the Bayeux Tapestry.
Spacious house in market town., Exellent touring position - Bayeux, Mont St Michel and landing beaches.
from £42 / night
£295 - £480
7 nights min stay
Spacious, modern townhouse in a gated, quiet residential development with secure parking. Just a 5 minute walk to the centre of Honfleur or Vieux Bassin. Everything you need for a relaxing self catering holiday.
Stunning views over slated rooftops to the Seine estuary.
Village townhouse, panoramic views, steps from all village amenities, between Vire and Villedieu les Poeles. Attractive pricing. Tastefully decorated. En suite bathroom.
from £31 / night
£219 - £349
3 nights min stay
"Mimosa" is situated in the pretty seaside village of St-Jean-le-Thomas, locally known as 'Le Petit Nice", and just 10 minutes walk to the beach (dogs allowed!) in the bay of Mont St. Michel.
Lovely views, art exhibitions, weekly (summertime) market, play areas, musical and theatre events......
from £68 / night
£472 - £682
1 night min stay
Saint-Michel near Mont St Michel, self catering. Nestled within the centre square of Pontorson, a thriving little market town 8km/10 min drive Mont Saint Michel. Surrounded by superb restaurants, shops and services within a few seconds walk from the doorstep.
Saint-Michel near Mont St Michel, self catering. Leave the car keys behind and enjoy France.
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Normandy offers a gorgeous and varied countryside, referred to as le bocage, and a mild climate, a little warmer than that of the south of England. It remains France’s farm, providing some of the country’s most famous cheeses as well as vast expanses of the orchards producing fresh cider and calvados. The 400 miles of coast offers stretches of sandy beaches for those seeking peace and quiet and pretty seaside resorts such as Deauville and Honfleur are popular with holidaying Parisians. There is a lot to see in the region, from the historic Bayeux Tapestry and the D-day beaches to Monet’s garden at Giverny and Mont St Michel. The ancient city of Rouen is a must, as is the museum for peace in Caen, a town which has been rebuilt after its destruction in the Second World War. The area offers many golf courses and for the children Festyland near Caen hosts over 30 attractions.
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