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Beauvert is a traditional Perigord cottage, built a long time among woods and meadows, and nestled in the heart of Perigord Noir. With its large private swimming pool, 3.5-hectare park, it allows a comfortable and pleasant stay for a couple or a family up to 6 people. Beauvert is a holiday cottage of about 100 m2, classified 4* (2011 revised standards!) by the county tourist board.
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Helene writes about Tarn and runs the Chambres d’Hôtes - Les Heures Claires in Cahuzac-sur-Vère. This lovely village lies at the epicentre of the Gaillac appellation, one of the oldest wine-growing areas in France.
Razay Holiday Cottages - 3 beautiful self-catering cottages in the heart of the Loire Valley. 40 kms east of Tours, close to many chateaux. Heated pool, carp fishing lake, indoor badminton hall. Cottages sleep 7, 7 & 10. Each has garden & barbecue. Bedlinen and towels provided.
SpotOnLocations This is the essential iPhone app for travelling the battlefields of the Western Front of the Great War, covering 170 locations with 700 photographs. From Diksmuide in Flanders to Cantigny in the Somme, it will help guide you to some of the amazing sites of interest - from bunkers and trenches to more major sites like the Menin Gate in Ypres or Thiepval on the Somme. It also contains a wealth of practical and useful information for any traveller including cafés, museums, opening hours, etc'
Varlet Farm is a B&B with 9 rooms, all with ensuite facilities.
We love to share our knowledge about WWI, so guests can make the most of their visit while staying at the farm. Since Varlet Farm is still a working farm, we know how important it is to start the day with a good breakfast. When you stay at Varlet Farm, you will experience a mix of history, nature and culture!