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February 14, 2017

Many thousands of travellers choose self catering in France, as it offers families greater flexibility for their holidays. But what does the term self-catering actually mean?

A self-catering holiday involves looking after oneself in terms of cooking, basically – making one’s own meals – preparing one’s own food.

Independent self-catering holidays make for flexible and inexpensive family travels, but there are a few tips you need to bear in mind to make sure y...

February 8, 2017

Gites Le Bisson is situated in the Lower Normandy region of France, and thus offers guests the opportunity to explore the most famous tourist attractions of the region.

Take a look at the video below - Rick Steves Europe – and take a virtual tour before your real one!

The beaches of Normandy are less than an hour away from our holiday cottages and provide a fascinating day out. With museums, ruins, abandoned tanks in rural fields and miles of beaches, not to...

February 7, 2017

Looking for holiday cottages in France? Be prepared to be blown away by more than 1,500,000 search results! Finding the right holiday cottages for your well-earned break from the day-to-day stresses of life can become a minefield.

Le Bisson holiday cottages in France, uniquely located on the borders of several regions, offer holiday-makers, house-hunters and travellers a great opportunity to explore all the regions of northern France from a comfortable, clea...

February 6, 2017

When searching for a holiday cottage in France, you will undoubtedly have come across the word ‘gîte’ more than once. The term is common in France, yet only seasoned French travellers may know what it actually represents.

So, what is a gîte?

A gîte is a holiday cottage. In addition, traditionally-speaking, it is quite a specific type of holiday cottage – one that is furnished and ready for a self-catering holiday. Another specific requirement of the gîte is t...

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