France Bed and Breakfasts

France Bed and Breakfast Directory
If you're looking for bed and breakfast accommodation in France our accommodation directory has all you need to find a suitable establishment at your chosen destination.

A taste of life in a real French household
A Bed and breakfast (or B&B, also spelled BnB) known in French as "Chambres d'hôte" is generally available on a nightly basis. Whether it is on a farm or ranging up to a chateau and some are in particularly charming locations. Your overnight accommodation will normally include breakfast and quite often the owner of the property will provide evening meals "table d'hôte".

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Wednesday, February 08, 2017

La Velodyssee - French Cycle Routes

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La Velodyssee is a series of french cycle routes including cycle lanes, trails, some lanes for non-motorised traffic and some quiet minor roads. Often scenic whether near the seafront, forest or alongside canal / river banks and sometimes using former railway tracks - plus intersecting with other European cycle routes.

One route follows the Atlantic coast from Roscoff in Brittany to Hendaye in Aquitaine, total 1200 kms. The Breton part is from Roscoff to Nantes, following alongside the Nantes-Brest canal and passing Lake Guerledan (the largest artificial lake in Brittany). Then the route continues through the regions Pays de la Loire, Poitou-Charentes and Aquitaine.

Eurovelo 1 (La Velodyssee is part of this cycle route)  includes Norway, UK, Republic of Ireland, France, Spain and Portugal. The ferry sails from Roscoff in France to Plymouth in UK where the cycle route then passes through Devon, Exmoor, Bristol and Wales before joining the Celtic trail. Next into Ireland, across Northern Ireland then a ferry from Belfast to the Scottish coasts. Travelling on through Loch Lomond, Cairngorms, Inverness and Aberdeen.

Bed and breakfast in the Loire
BandB, hotels, guest houses in Dordogne Aquitaine

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Hotel, bed and breakfast near UK and French ferry ports


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