Maison Tigre

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02 May 2021  |  Richard Sinnerton  |  Holidays

What's behind that door?

What's behind that door, we asked the owner of what eventually became Maison Tigre, looking at a small, badly fitted wooden door at the end of the hallway. We knew there was some sort of building next to the main house but had no idea what it was or what state it was in. 'Oh you can’t go in there,' she said 'it's far too dangerous! It used to be the village cobblers but the roof and floors have collapsed and it's just a pile of rubble.'

Maison LeCun

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01 May 2021  |  Simon Phillips  |  Holidays

Our amazing French country find

After a wet, rainy, miserable English summer, we made a last minute booking in sunny south west France. A secluded farmhouse set in the countryside with a private pool; just what we were after. So, we took the ferry and, with a box of CDs, headed off through the French countryside. Little did we know we were heading towards the house of our dreams.

Le Saint-Martin

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30 April 2021  |  Susan Durst  |  Holidays

Dordogne, a jewel in the crown

The first time we saw Le Saint-Martin, it was from the air – courtesy of a pilot friend of ours. Our family had lived in Paris for many years, and it was our first trip to the Dordogne. We had already fallen in love with the sheer beauty of Southern Périgord – the gently rolling hills, the lush vineyards, the fairy-tale castles steeped in history and the unspoilt Bastide villages.

Château Monjardin

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30 April 2021  |  Joseph Batchelor  |  Holidays

Home away from home in France

How to make your holiday rental house a home. Make the most of your self catering family holiday house by making it feel like a home away from home. The owner of Château Monjardin in the Loire Valley describes how you can make your holiday house feel more like a home for your family during your stay. Add fresh flowers, cook using local produce and make the space your own.

Lubéron

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29 April 2021  |  Amélie Roca  |  Holidays, Tourism

Holidays in the Lubéron

The Lubéron is located between the departments of Vaucluse and Alpes-Hautes-Provence. It is a mountainous massif very popular in Provence, which combines a well-preserved cultural and architectural heritage. Whether you are on holiday in the Lubéron for a long time or for a shorter stay. Discover our itinerary of places not to be missed.

Le Dattier

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29 April 2021  |  David Ham  |  Holidays

Le Dattier

Location, location, location, the estate agents are always right and location is absolutely critical! The 'Côte d'Azur', that supposedly perfect sun-drenched coastline, is not what it was 50 years ago: it's overbuilt with concrete and empty beaches are almost impossible to find.

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Eye wateringly perfect, all the attributes of a beautiful home in beautiful settings and trappings. We say again, perfect.


A far cry from what used to be a working farm house. Little did the farmer suspect how wondrous it would become.


Modernity at its best - placed very carefully in stunning countryside. A modern house that is indeed very modern and panoramic…



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