Self Catering Accommodation in France
France needs little selling - its combination of stunning and varied landscapes, fine food and wine, high culture and accessibility make it a perennially popular destination. If you want to enjoy the best France has to offer with the freedom to do what you want, when you want and the option to cook for yourself (if you can resist the temptation of local shops and eateries), then a self-catered break is for you. With options across the country, from the Alps to yurts in the Dordogne and even a barge, we feature some of the best self-catering places to stay in France below, all of which you can reach by train or ferry.
92 € guestroom, 119 € guestroom, 125 € guestroom per night incl breakfast, 660 € selfcatering apartment per week
Five nights for two adults and up to four children costs from £449, including midweek Dover-Calais ferry.
From €160 per night (based on a minimum 2 night stay)
Gite from £350 per week, main house from £1100. 2 nights minimum
Weekly Rates: Oct-Mar 500-700€, Apr-May 600-800€, June&Sept 700-900€, July&Aug 800-1000€
£64-£86. Saturday to Saturday only in July and August. Off-season £30-£50 a night, three-night minimum stay.
Between €280 and €380 Per week. Or stay a minimum of 3 nights between €120 €160.
£167 - £252 - for a 2 night stay based on two guests, 5% for each additional guest
From £950 for 7 nights
Tipi/log cabin-€500, apartment/studio-€700, stone cottage-€1400 per week
Tree house (6 pax): €1250 per week; log cabin (4 pax): €550 per week. Off season discount of 30%-60%
£1699 - £2475 week
From £495 a week
From £384 per week
70 euros per room per night
From £303 per week
Low season £650 per week, High season £1000.
£280 - 2 night stay, £705 - 7 stay
130 euros for 2 people and 195 euros for four people
From £345 per week
85 euros per night
£163 - £281 - 2 night stay, £339 - £661 - 7 night stay
€267 per night for safari tent. €219 per night for woodland yurt. Children €25 per child per night. No other charges, everything else included.