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  • Bargain Easter holidays in France

    Easter Saturday falls on 19th April this year, so the evenings will be lighter and the flowers blooming for this spring holiday. Easter is a lovely time in France as the days become warm and sunny, especially in southern parts. And we have an almost unprecedented number of special offers for April 2014, including Easter and the two preceding school holiday weeks, so there’s even more reason to plan a trip to France.

  • Last minute summer booking? Get smart to special offers

    Anyone who has held off booking a summer trip to France until now can still grab some great bargains for self-catering holiday accommodation. A browse of our special offers reveals that owners are offering anything from 10 to 50% discounts on their last remaining summer weeks.

    Why are these properties making such offers? Well, they may have availability due to last minute cancellations or bookings for stays of a fortnight may have left single weeks unfilled. Many are popular holiday properties, including desirable stone cottages with oodles of period charm, beautiful converted farmhouses with country views and attractive gîtes with heated swimming pool or close to good beaches.

  • New! Win a luxury break in beautiful Brittany

    Take part in a reader survey in the latest French Property News magazine and you could win a break at the gorgeous La Longère, a French Connections luxury bed and breakfast farmhouse in Morbihan, Southern Brittany.

    At La Longère Elaine and Paul Hayden have created a stylish, secret hideaway exclusively for adults. With just three en-suite rooms, a jacuzzi and garden and a heated swimming pool for summer months, this is a haven of calm, tranquility and modern comfort in a warm and homely environment.

    The beautifully renovated 18th century stone farmhouse is close to medieval towns, the Carnac stones and the sandy coastline of southern Brittany.

    Discover the medieval market town of Hennebont, the breathtaking megalithic standing stones of Carnac and the quaint harbour of Port of St-Goustan.Get active with golf, horse riding, cycling, walking or sailing and at the end of the day savour plump local oysters or delicious traditional Breton crêpes.

    To enter the prize draw, complete the survey in the June issue of French Property News. Print and digital editions are available and full details are on page 94 of the magazine.

    See more about La Longere.