Hotels in France

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The redesigned three-star château is a great value. Stroll the kitchen garden or eat at the restaurant, Auberge d'Antan, which serves exquisite... Read More

A former 13th-century stone fortress may not seem like the most welcoming structure for a bed-and-breakfast, but Château de Cassis feels at once... Read More

A rugged but serene paradise that stretches from Burgundy to Switzerland, the Jura is home to lakes, gorges, hills, and the Château de Germigney,... Read More

Complex of stone buildings and a Michelin 2-starred restaurant set on a cliff above the Mediterranean.  Read More

Crisp, clean rooms, with views of the medieval town. Read More

The property, just southwest of Pomerol, is now in the hands of Martin Krajewski, an English businessman who has added several large and immaculate... Read More

Built to withstand wartime assaults, the 13th-century Château de St.-Geniès has thick stone walls and antiques-filled rooms. Read More

An 18th-century former residence set in expansive gardens. Read More

Part of France’s new wave of country hotels and restaurants, this estate dates from 1677, with a 19th-century château built by one of... Read More

The Location: Originally built in 1901 for the mistress of a Parisian judge, and reopened as an inn in 2005, Les Roches’s grand, three-story... Read More

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