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  • Esme , Carol and Sydney,

    "This is the third time I have had the pleasure to stay at the Mas du Marechal. My teenage daughters and their friends just want to return , time and again , to them the whole experience epitomizes the ultimate holiday. The excitement all starts when they board the TGV train in Paris, it has its own charm and travelling at lightening speed gets you to Avignon , rested and ready to start having a ball. We've had days on which we planned to stay home and just have a peaceful and leisurely time together , but inevitably someone dreams up a new excursion for us and off we go .We had such a lovely invigorating hike through the forest from the Pont du Gard into the village of Vers. Such breathtaking views of the river and countryside and a rejuvenation of mind and soul. Our girls , who are learning French now will make a point of doing the morning bread run , all in an effort to be the first to say Bonjour to the Boulangerie lady and to practise using some new words they have learnt. Oh!, and the shopping , the surrounding towns and villages allow you such an array of choices , just buying the food for your dinner is an event that you can spend hours at , savouring the colours and aromas in the open air market at Uzes , so much to do and see, the girls bought numerous unique gifts for friends and family there . We've had a few wonderful day trips too , Avignon and the Popes palace , Aigues Mortes in the Camargue, where we could see the famous black bulls and white horses while cruising on a river boat. It is so convenient to return home in the evenings to a comfortable lodging where you can simply unwind and enjoy the outdoor space on the terrace or jump into the pool. THe open plan kitchen and dining area allows for such fun in preparing meals, we'd sit at the table playing cards and board games in the evenings too with hoots of laughter and the sheer pleasure of each others company.."
    Guest: Esme Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 24, 2014
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  • Chez Klein

    "My wife and I stayed here recently and couldn't have been more satisfied. The small apartment is comfortable and convenient. A fantastic location enables you to walk to many of the famous sites in Paris. Everything is at your fingertips including the metro, bus lines, a grocery shop across the cobblestone street from you, a bakery right next door to get your croissants for breakfast. Chez Klein is a perfect spot from which to base your Paris adventure."
    Guest: KB & JB Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 31, 2014
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  • Wonderful Home Away From Home!

    "Cedric and Lucy have a lovely apartment they were kind enough to share. We were thrilled with the place and considered it a real home away from home. All the amenities of the apartment were perfect. We enjoyed the neighborhood very much and enjoyed the warm croissants in the morning from the local boulangerie Frederic Pichard. (We got a great "suggestion list" from Cedric of local places to eat and enjoy.) The kitchen was small but very efficient. We made dinner and ate in a couple of nights after long sightseeing days. The building was quiet. The apartment is on the second floor, but the stairs are not bad, The bedroom is very comfortable and there is adequate storage. It was warm in Paris when we were there, but the apartment was quite comfortable. The shower had great water pressure and both a handheld and rainfall shower head. Cedric and Lucy were very responsive as was the management company they use, Entrance to the Metro is about two blocks away and is very convenient and easy to use. We would definitely stay at their apartment again when in Paris! Thanks Cedric and Lucy!"
    Guest: Michael N. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 27, 2014
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  • Vacances d'été 2014

    "Très bel appartement, les photos sont fidèles à la réalité. Le propriétaire était très à l'écoute, aux petits soins, réactif lorsque nous lui posions des questions et propose également de très bonnes adresses pour les restaurants. Nous en avons testé un dans le centre d'Aix, un vrai RÉGAL !! La dame à qui nous avons eu affaire à l'arrivée et au départ était très gentille, c'est une bonne équipe. Conclusion : une adresse à retenir !"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014
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Alsace Travel Tips

Enjoy Authentic French Living with Alsace Vacation Rentals

The Alsace region is on the eastern side of France, bordering Germany. Both German and French are widely spoken in the area, albeit with a strong local accent. Known for its natural beauty, the area enjoys stunning vistas of the Vosges Mountains which provide the perfect climate for vine-growing.

The capital of the Alsace region is Strasbourg, one of Europe’s classiest cities. Along with the excellent wines, the region is well known for its traditional cuisine including tasty cheeses, onion tarts, foie gras and German-influenced spaetzle or noodles. Enjoy pretty villages with half-timbered cottages; they are centuries old and decorated with flower boxes on the window sills. With a backdrop of rolling hills and acres of vineyards, the area is ideal for walking and cycling.

The Best Time to Visit the Alsace Region

Due to its mountain-shadow location, Alsace has one of the lowest rainfalls in Europe which is a big plus for vacationers. It is classified as having a Continental climate which means that each of the four seasons is pleasant. During the winter, Alsace vacation rentals are popular with skiers. The spring and summer seasons see the colorful displays of wild flowers. Late summer and autumn are the most popular seasons, when Alsace is at its hottest and most crowded.

Great Reasons for Choosing Alsace Accommodations

Renting Alsace villas gives visitors an opportunity to enjoy local life, staying in a cottage, gîte or villa accommodation, often in the heart of a village. The Alsace accommodations are far more spacious and home-like than local hotels, with the added pleasure of plenty of character. Delegate a member of the family to go down to the local boulangerie each morning for warm croissants, bread and patisseries fresh from the oven. Dine in the local restaurants in the evening or if you prefer, use your equipped Alsace accommodation to prepare simple meals based on the fresh seasonal produce accompanied by a local wine. Alsace accommodations offer flexibility for families and quiet relaxation for those looking for romantic breaks.

Getting to Your Alsace Villas

Alsace vacation rentals are very easy to get to from all over Europe. Low-cost flights to Strasbourg are frequent and the smart railway station has hourly train connections to Paris, London and Brussels, all less than three hours away. Once you have reached Alsace, you may want to rent a car to explore the region, or enjoy a slower pace of life by hiking and cycling, using your Alsace vacation rentals as bases from which to explore this charming area.

Things to Do from Alsace Vacation Rentals

Many visitors choose to visit Alsace during the wine harvest. Cycling, walking or driving along the wine route offers countless opportunities to stop and visit the local wineries for free tastings. You are never far from one of the castles which stand guard overlooking the vineyards and many date back to Roman times. The castles of Alsace often have special events and a tour gives insight into the history of the Alsace region. Horseback riding, cycling and hiking are popular ways to get around in the summer, and snow sports such as skiing and snowmobiling are popular in the winter months. Bungee jumping, paragliding and boating on the waterways are also popular activities.

Places to Visit from the Lovely Alsace Villas

Alsace villas are the perfect homes away from home to stay in while visiting Strasbourg. The historic part of this idyllic German-influenced city is laced with narrow cobbled streets, romantic waterways and beautiful townhouses. Known as “La Petite France,” it has charming shops, museums and attractions at every turn. The museums have fine collections of art and local history, making them an interesting place to visit and learn more about the Alsace region.

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