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  • Perfect property for touring the Dordogne region

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our week at this wonderful, tranquil property and wish that we had stayed longer. St. Vincent de Cosse is a charming, quiet village that is conveniently located 5-15 minutes away from must-see towns in the Dordogne region including Beynac, Castelnaud and La Roque Gageac. We are so glad that we did not stay in Sarlat (huge) or Beynac - both were very touristy. The property has beautiful views. There is a large grocery store and gas station 7 km away from the house adding to the convenience. The property itself is lovely and spacious. The kitchen has everything you could possibly desire and there is a large living room (with English TV channels) and a large dining room. We never used the dining room though because the outside patio terrace was so beautiful. You can hear sheep, donkeys and church bells throughout the day adding to the charm. They have nice mattresses and pillows so we slept comfortably as well. Our two daughters, ages 7 & 10, loved the house, the backyard area (petanque court and swing), and especially the pool. We were concerned about having no air conditioning in August but the stone house was incredibly cool and we were quite comfortable. The owners were extremely responsive to two small problems that we had while we were there and they have been wonderful to deal with throughout the booking process. They also provided a wealth of information including kayaking vendors and restaurant recommendations. We give this property our highest recommendation and the region is the most beautiful we have toured in France."
    Guest: Cindy S. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • PEQUEÑO PERO SUFICIENTE

    "El apartamento está muy bien situado, cerca de línea de metro y rodeado de tiendas, supermercados, panaderías, etc. Está limpio y cuidado; el patio al ser compartido con vecinos se pierde intimidad. En cuanto al tamaño del apartamento, es un poco pequeño, ideal para una persona o pareja; cocina bien equipada y cama cómoda. Por poner un punto negativo, el baño bastante reducido, sobretodo la ducha. Estancia agradable."
    Guest: Lupita P. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Wonderful Musigny!

    "The apartment is very well located, just a couple of blocks from the Louvre. Is close to everything, so just walking we can visit the main attractions of this beautiful city. The apartment is nice, very well decorated in a classic style. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 clean and spacious bathrooms. The kitchen is fully equipped. The living room is elegant and luminous, and the dining room very comfortable. After spending the whole day visiting Paris, it was a pleasure to come back in the evening to rest, hear music or just share the experiences of a busy day, feeling at home. We were very happy renting this apartment, and we recommend it highly to all!! Thank you for the experience."
    Guest: cj Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 18, 2014
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  • Perfect location

    "My husband and I stayed in this quaint apartment for our second stay in Paris. The location can not be beat. We walked or biked to most destinations. If it was a little further, we hopped on the Metro. The velib and metro station is a quick 5 minute walk from the apartment. Just down the street is the Rodin Museum. It is a quick walk to Invalides and a 10 minute bike ride to the Eiffel Tower. The apartment also has a washing machine and clothes dryer which made for very easy and light packing! We will definately stay here again during our next stay in Paris. Martine was a pleasure to work with and answered all of our questions prior to our arrival very promptly.I highly recommend this apartment."
    Guest: Katie R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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Midi-Pyrenees Travel Tips

What to Expect near Your Midi-Pyrenees Vacation Rentals

The beautiful Midi-Pyrenees is set in the heart of southwest France and includes the cities of Toulouse, Foix, Cahors and Albi among many others. Its diverse, sparsely populated landscape, from the Tarn Gorges to the wooded hills of the Dordogne Valley, offer something for every visitor to enjoy. Quiet waterways for fishing, boating and walking, rugged mountain peaks, winter sports on the higher slopes and the religious center of pilgrimage at Lourdes are just some of the attractions. The area even has its own UNESCO World Heritage Site at the Cirque du Gavarnie. Small farms, dry stone walls and old shepherds’ huts are visible reminders of the former inhabitants who made their living from this land.

The Benefits of Midi-Pyrenees Accommodations

Most visitors to the area of the Midi-Pyrenees are looking for a quiet escape from busy city life, and Midi-Pyrenees villas offer just that. With no routines, no check-out times and no maids knocking on the door, it is the perfect answer for a relaxed, do-as-you-please vacation. Families find a spacious Midi-Pyrenees accommodation perfect for spreading out and doing their own thing. With well-appointed kitchens and dining areas, it is very easy to save money and eat well by shopping for fresh produce locally. Surrounded by unspoiled scenery and wildlife, staying in Midi-Pyrenees accommodations make good sense all round.

Places to Visit from Your Midi-Pyrenees Vacation Rentals

Toulouse is the capital of the Midi-Pyrenees area and dates back to pre-Christian times as the Gallic city of Tolosa. It has some of the most interesting 16th- and 17th-century Renaissance architecture in France, including the building which housed the Académie des Jeux Floraux in 1323 as well as the Bemberg Foundation which has a superb art collection spanning five centuries. The 18th-century town hall is also worth a visit.

Those who prefer more outdoor natural pursuits will prefer the Albi region, with its naturally formed Tarn River Gorges. It is ideal for walking and climbing as well as kayaking. Auch has a network of narrow streets just waiting to be discovered and the magnificent Cathedral of Sainte-Marie has some gorgeous stained glass windows in its classical façade. Older still are the ruins of the Ducal Castle at Foix which dates back to medieval times.

The Weather Around Midi-Pyrenees Villas

The Midi-Pyrenees region boasts around 2,000 hours of sunshine per year, making it one of the sunniest spots to stay in France. Throughout the summer, temperatures frequently exceed 25 C (77 F). The warm temperatures linger into October when a late “Indian summer” can usually be enjoyed. Winters are short and fairly mild, although the high peaks of the Pyrenees get plenty of snow which lasts into April. Spring is a popular time for visitors who enjoy hiking in the area. The fruit trees around the Tarn and Garonne districts are laden with showy blossoms.

Getting to Your Midi-Pyrenees Vacation Rentals

The main airports for those wishing to fly to their midi-Pyrenees accommodations are the Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrenees Airport, the Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and the Rodez-Marcillac Airport. The excellent French rail network is one of the best ways to travel around France and most towns are connected by TGV or TER regional express trains. Driving around the French countryside is easy but check the rules of the road as they do differ from other countries. For example, carrying reflective jackets is now compulsory and the use of radar-detectors is illegal, unlike in other countries.

Things to Do Around Your Midi-Pyrenees Accommodations

Those who appreciate art will enjoy visiting Marciac, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie and Cordes sur Ciel, all popular with painters, sculptors and musicians. The magnificent Pyrenees National Park offers pine forests and waterfalls with high-altitude lakes such as the Cirque du Gavarnie. Unique experiences can be found at the impressive viaducts of Pic du Midi and Millau. The hieroglyphs of Figeac are all that remains of a culture going back thousands of years.

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