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  • This Makes You Feel You Are At Home in Saint Remy

    "This cottage is very comfortable and its location is ideal. Gilles and Patricia have clearly gone to great efforts to decorate it and outfit it with furnishings, appliances, and kitchenware, to make the guests feel like they are living at home in Saint Remy. The loft bedroom allowed for a friend to stay two nights and have her own private space. The bottle of rosé and bottle of water in the refrigerator were very much appreciated after a transatlantic flight. Being in the historic center of Saint Remy, we could easily step out to local cafes, stores, and (of course) the Wednesday market. We most liked sitting outside at the small table enjoying a Pastis in the early evening as locals and tourists walked by. The street is very quiet and the house seemed completely secure. Also, there was a strong wifi signal (which is not always the case in rentals). Saint Remy is a good place to be based for exploring other towns. The convenient reserved parking space is also a plus. Best of all, Gilles and Patricia are wonderful hosts."
    Guest: Dennis H. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014
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  • Wonderful apartment

    "My husband and I stayed at this lovely apartment for 5 nights. The location could not have been more perfect. You are walking distance to everything really and if you don't feel like walking the Metro is right there and couldn't have been easier. The area itself was beautiful - full of great shopping, restaurants, sights and parks. We loved it. The apartment really is EXACTLY like the pictures. Its small like everything in Paris - but much larger than the hotel room you would get for the same price. It had everything we needed and much more. The decor is modern, beautiful and very french and having the terrace was a lovely bonus. All of the appliances and even things like the hairdryer, washer, dryer and iron were of very high quality. There was an overabundance of linens, towels and supplies. The bed was extremely comfortable and there was enough room for us to unpack and really make ourselves at home. The washroom is definitely a tight squeeze - tiny sink, shower & toilet but because the laundry is in there there is a lot of counter and storage space and we had no problems. Great water pressure. There was a tiny crack in the toilet seat which pinched our legs every single time - not a big deal but just wanted to point it out as the owners may want to look into replacing the toilet seat. The building itself is quiet and charming. A little old & rundown in the public corridors but hey - its Paris. It wouldn't have felt as authentically Parisian if it wasn't and the elevator is a nice bonus to help with luggage even though the apartment is just one floor up. Overall everything was perfect. Sarah (who helped us with the booking) & Emilie (who met us there when we arrived) were lovely, easy to work with, communicate with and we had absolutely no problems. They left us a lovely bottle of wine and were available with recommendations and help anytime. We stay in a lot of 5 star hotels but are hoping to stay in this apartment every time we come to Paris."
    Guest: Danielle T. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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Brittany Travel Tips

Brittany Vacation Rentals Are Ideal to Explore the Atlantic Coast of France

Brittany is a unique area along the west coast of France, with spectacular beaches and inland forests. Its Atlantic coastline is lined with rugged cliffs, quiet coves and charming fishing villages. Brittany includes the regions of Côtes D’Armor, Ille et Vilaine, Finistère and Morbihan. Each has its own character, and most towns have their own distinctive festivals throughout the summer.

With its warm temperate climate, stunning scenery, historic towns, chateaux and cathedrals, Brittany accommodations are popular with tourists throughout the year. There is a great selection of accommodations available, from small bed and breakfasts to large hotels or vacation rentals. Brittany vacation rentals come in a variety of options, from a cozy apartment for two to large farmhouses or even your own chateau! These are popular options with visitors looking to make themselves at home on vacation and gives vacationers opportunities to experience local life and culture. Most properties provide luxury extras that are often not found in hotels.

Choose from Brittany accommodations in Four Great Regions

To the north is Côtes D’Armor, with high rocky cliffs and quaint medieval towns filled with narrow cobbled streets of typical French shops and restaurants. The regions surrounding Brittany villas include a wonderful selection of places of interest. One of the major attractions here is the Breton town of Dinan. The town, on the river Rance, is famed for its impressive castle, enclosed in a three-kilometer stretch of ramparts overlooking the town. Near Guincamp, visitors will enjoy a visit to the Warenghem Breton whiskey distillery. The town itself is quite lovely, with its historic area set around the Place du Centre. Among the sites are La Plomée Fountain and the 13th-century basilica of Notre Dame de Bon Secours. The town has a wide selection of bars and restaurants.

Ille et Vilaine is the east coast region, from Le Mont St. Michel to St. Briac; it borders the Normandy region. One of France’s greatest attractions is found in this area. It is the ancient walled town of Saint Malo. This major port is a wonderful town to explore, with excellent restaurants, sidewalk cafés and great shopping.

Finistère is the maritime area to the west. One of the main features of this area is the Oceanopolis in the town of Brest. This large marine theme park makes for a perfect trip for nature lovers. Many visitors combine a visit here with an outing to Ouessant Island to view the variety of wildlife including grey seal colonies, dolphins and many species of seabirds.

The southern region of Brittany is Morbihan; with its ancient standing stones and prehistoric sites, it is an incredible area to explore. In the town of Vannes, visitors will enjoy wandering the quiet old streets lined with half timbered houses, ramparts and cathedrals. The nearby town of Auray is a pretty little town with narrow lanes, a charming renaissance church and features a typically French Square in the center.

Things to Know When Visiting Brittany

Visitors to Brittany vacation rentals from outside of Europe should be aware that the currency here is the Euro which is accepted across continental Europe. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in stores and can be used to access withdraw money directly from Automated Teller Machines (or cash points).

Banking hours in France are different to many countries and visitors should be aware of the French tradition of long lunches, during which all banks and many stores close. However, they stay open later in the day.

Tips for Dining Around Brittany Villas

Dining out in Brittany, as with the rest of France, is a treat. The French are famous for their wonderful cuisine. However, a few tips for the first-time visitor are:

* If something is not right, make the restaurant aware and it will be promptly rectified.

* All restaurants are legally obliged to offer a set menu. These are excellent value for money.

* Meal times are very rigid with lunch service being between mid-day and 2 p.m. Dinner service is usually from 7:30 p.m.

* Small towns and those off the tourist track may not serve dinner after 9 p.m.

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