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Take advantage of the recent exchange rates and book that holiday to the South of France!

Written by on 04/11/2015 in Blog

Relaxing breaks in South of France more affordable, as pound rises                             4th November 2015 Are you planning to take a relaxing break in the South of France? If so, you’ll be pleased to hear that you’ll now get considerably more spending money when you rent a French apartment, because the pound to euro exchange rate […]

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Stand up the Real Champagne

Written by on 20/01/2015 in Blog with 0 Comments
Stand up the Real Champagne

Who doesn’t love the pomp and ceremony of opening a bottle of Champagne and often there is a darn good reason to open it. Its expensive price deems it to be a drink for special occasions and the more expensive the more special the occasion it may well be – but,  does it taste any […]

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January 2014

Written by on 05/08/2014 in Blog with 0 Comments

Well Happy New Year!! Not sure when you should actually stop saying that but as it’s the first you have heard from me this year I think it is acceptable. Christmas seems ages away now doesn’t it – well it should except for the fact that there are still some households and shops in the […]

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Remember Remember that its STILL only November!

Written by on 05/08/2014 in Blog with 0 Comments

EEEEEEkkkkkk its November – and you know what that means – but we are not going to mention the ‘C’ word. Not once – not at least until December – lets not drag it out and ruin all the magic so we are all ‘C’d out before it has even started pleeeeeze? Right so November […]

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Summer is just around the corner

Written by on 05/08/2014 in Blog with 0 Comments

April in the South of France can be unpredictable but I have to say it’s been the best one I have enjoyed in the 7 years that I have lived here.  And our season has started with a flourish of guests (both paying and non-paying) who arrived with gifts of Cheddar, Cadburys and Grazia all […]

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The Biggest Vineyard in the World

Written by on 05/08/2014 in Blog with 0 Comments

I confess, I am a wine heathen and know nothing about wine (I believe it is not necessary to spend more than 2.50 Euros on a bottle of wine). I have always been blissfully ignorant of wine rules and requirement and gone for the ‘Well I like what I like ‘and that’s good enough for […]

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A fashionista in the south of France

Written by on 05/08/2014 in Blog with 0 Comments

I moved from fast moving , roller coastering, shoulder padding wearing London to sleepy , parochial, rural, wine making, dungaree wearing (well not quite) Languedoc Roussillon – (note to self – please shoot me if I do start wearing dungarees). Actually if I am being honest here and without wishing to offend anyone, I did […]

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