Property name: Le Bas Chalonge, Ligné - Reference: LA6036
Gites and country holiday cottages in France
If you're looking for a genuine home from home whilst on holiday, a gite, cottage or villa is the perfect solution - your own base from where you can enjoy the freedom to come and go as you please.
Our range of properties across France mean that you can enjoy a cottage holiday in idyllic countryside, a busy little town or village, or perhaps beside the sea, surrounded by mountains or even within the grounds of a vineyard.
WHY CHOOSE A GITE HOLIDAY IN FRANCE?
Self-contained and fully-equipped
Perfect holiday accommodation for couples, families and groups
Many are pet-friendly
Some have private or shared swimming pool
What's more, you can be confident of quality as each one has been inspected by one of our expert team to ensure high standards. So all you need to worry about is enjoying yourself.
A HOME FROM HOME
Some of our cottages belong to UK residents, something often reflected in the décor and furnishings - with a kettle and teapot being commonplace. But if it's a more French experience you're looking for we also have a great selection of traditional and modern gites.
All are well situated to explore the surrounding area, and to enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, golf, fishing, cycling or horse riding. The majority provide a barbecue and garden furniture, giving you the perfect way to relax and socialise after a day's activities.
COVID-19 & WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR ACCOMMODATION
Please rest assured that precautionary measures have been put in place at your holiday accommodation to minimise any risk presented by Covid-19 and to keep everyone safe. Find out more
HOW TO BOOK
Book your holiday from Ireland in two easy steps:
1. Find your perfect holiday on our UK website (prices shown are ferry-inclusive based on crossings from the UK)
2. For a price in Euros travelling from Ireland call our holiday specialists in Cork on 021 4277 801
Selected gites and cottages
What is a gite? Gites are self-contained holiday homes. Many of these French holiday cottages are older properties that have been renovated and converted into quaint holiday accommodation to give them a new lease of life. Some gites even have swimming pools.