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Bastide Saint Antoine

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Belles Rives Hotel

4.0 · Good · 3 reviews
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5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Chateau d Audrieu

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Chateau Hotel & Spa Grand Barrail

4.0 · Good · 3 reviews
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Cour Des Loges

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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Domaine de Verchant

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Domaine Du Mas De Pierre Hotel Resort & Spa

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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Hotel de Banville - Champs Élysées

4.0 · Good · 3 reviews
From € 139
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Hôtel de la Cité - Carcasssone

4.3 · Great · 3 reviews
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4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
Luxury - Around € 408
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5.0 · Great · 2 reviews
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5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
Starting from € 335
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Hotel le Saint Roch

3.0 · Average · 1 reviews
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Hotel Le Saint-Joseph - Courchevel

3.5 · Good · 4 reviews
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Jardins Secrets - Nimes

4.7 · Great · 3 reviews
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L Helios & Spa - Meribel

5.0 · Great · 2 reviews
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La Bastide de Marie

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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La Maison Bordeaux

4.3 · Great · 3 reviews
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La Réserve de Beaulieu & Spa

5.0 · Great · 3 reviews
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La Sivoliere Hotel

4.5 · Great · 2 reviews
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Boutique Hotels in France

You could spend a lifetime travelling France and still not come close to exhausting its riches. Landscapes range from the fretted coasts of Brittany and the limestone hills of Provence to the canyons of the Pyrenees and the half-moon bays of Corsica, and from the lushly wooded valleys of the Dordogne and the gentle meadows of the Loire valley to the glaciated peaks of the Alps. Each region looks and feels different, has its own style of architecture, its own characteristic food and often its own dialect.

There are all kinds of pegs on which to hang a holiday in France: a city, a region, a river, a mountain range, gastronomy, cathedrals, châteaux. All that open space means there’s endless scope for outdoor activities, from walking, canoeing and cycling to skiing and sailing, but if you need more urban stimuli – clubs, shops, fashion, movies, music – then the great cities provide them in abundance.