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  • Beyond Perfect!!!

    "Our time at this wonderful house in Les Baux was fantastic. The bedrooms, the fireplace, the morning view from the patio as we ate croissants, the heated pool as the sun dropped over the hill side… all were just beyond belief. It made our time in the South of France the very best of a vacation. Another great part of this house was the genuine ..”right at home” feeling we got as we walked through the door We spent a week here and having a fully stocked kitchen at our disposal was a huge plus. Nissim, the wonderful gentlemen who owns the house, was friendly, helpful, and gave us fantastic service on several occasions. He helped with directions… gave suggestions on places to dine… and even calling in a restaurant reservation for us. I work in a hotel as a food and beverage manager… and the customer service we received here was beyond perfect !!!"
    Guest: Chef Mathew Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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  • Un Petit Bijou

    "October 2014 It was our first time renting from Parisnicehome and the experience was wonderful. We stayed in the apartment “Soleil” in the Marais. The apartment is very well decorated, functional, comfortable and spotless. The location is ideal. It is a few minutes walk from the Place des Vosges and the rue Francs-Bourgeois (full of nice cafes, restaurants and beautiful boutiques). Pascal was very pleasant and professional to deal with. He greeted us at the apartment to make sure that we had everything we need for our stay. Without hesitation, I highly recommend Parisnicehome and will definitely stay in one of Pascal’s apartments in our next visit to Paris.. Ontario Canada"
    Guest: Marthe Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 5, 2014
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  • Lovely property - would recommend and will return

    "We rented the Ancienne Poste for the first time this year. We've been coming to Provence for years and always wondered what it would be like to stay in a village rather than out in the middle of nowhere. The Ancienne Poste has converted us. You can wander out to the bakery, pop down to the bistro for a beer and to admire the view. We have three kids the youngest being three and they loved their home from home. What was kind of great was the fact that the ground floor is massive and open plan which meant the kids could run about without ever disappearing too far. The property was well designed and specd to a high standard. The owner told us that there was no concierge service but despite this we found the property manager really available and helpful - even without knowing too much English. The owner had an arrangement with a nearby hotel so that we could use their pool. We used this once during our stay but mostly found ourselves heading out to go biking, walking, village hopping and shopping. Thanks so much. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Provencegal Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • Un 10/10 !!!

    "Appartement propre, bien meublé et équipé. La localisation est A-1 et Lucile a été très accueillante. Vraiment un super séjour à Paris, je le recommande haut la main."
    Guest: julie d. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 12, 2014
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Champagne-Ardenne Travel Tips

Visitors to Champagne-Ardenne Vacation Rentals

It is not just wine connoisseurs who are attracted to the Champagne Ardenne region in France. It is an area that is incredibly scenic with rivers, lakes and gently rolling hills that invite exploration. One of the best ways to explore the region is on a biking tour. In this way, you can appreciate the landscapes and explore the wineries and medieval villages at a more leisurely pace. It is also a region with some of Europe and France's richest history. There are many beautiful ancient buildings and museums that provide some insight into the culture of the area.

Getting to Champagne-Ardenne Lodging

The region of Champagne Ardenne is within easy driving distance of Paris, Luxenbourg and Brussels. The main city in the region is Reims which is just 30 minutes from Charles De Gaulle International Airport outside of Paris. Charles De Gaulle is France's major international airport. It hosts flights from all around the globe on regularly scheduled commercial flights. You should have no difficulty finding a direct flight if you live in one of the major cities in North America. From the airport, you can hire a car to explore the region. Alternatively, you can also travel by train. Reims is linked to the high-speed intercity rail network which links it with other major cities in France such as Lyon, Paris and Bordeaux. If you are staying in any of the neighboring European countries, you can easily get to Champagne Ardenne by train or road.

Champagne-Ardenne Travel Attractions

Most visitors are drawn to the region because of its famous sparkling wines. Once there, they end up staying longer as they discover the wealth of cultural and historical attractions in the area. Champagne has a rich and turbulent history, the remnants of which date back to the Middle Ages. The region was the site of many bloody battles and conquests over the years as emperors sought to increase their personal domains. The Gothic cathedral in Reims has played a particularly significant role in history. It is the place where more than 33 French kings were formally crowned. The Chateaux Sedan is one of the largest remaining fortresses in Europe. It was the site of many battles during the Franco Prussian Wars in the 18th century and is still an impressive military structure.

Champagne Ardenne is a region that is very proud of its unique wine-making techniques. As many people know, it was here in the 18th century that a Bendictine monk by the name of Dom Perignon created the Methode Champenoise which today holds an international patent. There are many prestigious brands from this region which include Bollinger, Moet & Chandon, and Piper Krug. As you tour the many villages in the region, you can visit the various wineries and sample the different blends.

Best Time of Year to Visit France Vacation Rentals in Champagne-Ardenne

Champagne Ardenne is a region located in the northeastern part of France that enjoys a mild continental climate. Winter months are cool and wet with most of the annual rainfall occurring during this season. The summers are mild and warm with the occasional rain showers. Summer starts in mid-May and runs through September. The most popular time of year to travel is during July and August as this coincides with the major European holiday season. Many food and wine festivals take place during the summer months and it's a good idea to find out when they are happening so you can get to join in with the festivities during your stay.

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