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Finding B&Bs in Languedoc Roussillon, South France


B&Bs in Languedoc Roussillon

Narrow down the search area

Looking for B&Bs in Languedoc Roussillon, south France? To make the whole process quicker and easier, you need to narrow down your search. If you’re looking on Crème de Languedoc, the chances are you’ve already figured out that this region is where you want to be. So far, so good. We applaud your choice! Now it’s time to get down to departments. Languedoc is divided up into five of them (Lozère, Gard, Hérault, Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales), and each can be quite distinct in their geography and climate (visit our Weather and Geography pages if you don’t believe me).


Plan to linger longer

Perhaps you have a specific itinerary, in which case your mind will already be made up and you’ll know exactly where you want to book one of the many B&Bs in Languedoc. If, on the other hand, you plan to wander free as a bird, be aware that Languedoc-Roussillon covers a large area. Driving from the Camargue (in the Gard) all the way down to the Spanish border (in the Pyrénées-Orientales) won’t take much more than a morning if you take the A9 autoroute (motorway), but La Languedocienne as it’s known is a fast, fraught and frantic way to go. We suggest you take the road less traveled. Stay inland. Stick to the smaller, quieter roads. Take time out to explore. Break your journey. Book a couple of Languedoc B&Bs in neighbouring departments and you can afford to linger a little longer. Which is what life in the Languedoc is all about.


Choosing your B&B

Let’s face it, not everyone loves children. Some B&Bs in Languedoc are going to be great for families – the long-suffering owners will provide kettles in the bedrooms (handy for heating baby bottles at ungodly hours), or boil eggs for fussy toddlers at 6.45 am (yawn). Others – understandably - are not so keen. So if you’re traveling with little ones in tow, ask a few questions (like, does the B&B have high chairs or baby cots?) before you make your booking. Pets are a similar case in point. If you plan to bring your Faithful Friend along for the ride, check if he (or she) will be welcome.  When searching for Languedoc B&Bs on this site - you'll be able to see whether a B&B is child or pet-friendly.


The camera never lies

Well, it depends on who’s taking the photos, but generally speaking, the more pictures you get to see, the better idea you’ll have of what you’re letting yourself in for, whether it’s a holiday home, one of the B&Bs in Languedoc or (say) a blind date on the internet. Which is why we ask all Crème de Languedoc property owners to provide plenty of piccies. So that you, dear reader, can look before you leap. 


Parlez-vous B&B?

In France, the term 'B&B' translates as chambres d’hôtes, meaning a private individual renting out a maximum of six rooms in his house on a daily basis, with breakfast included in the price. If they offer dinner too, then it’s known as 'table d’hôtes'. Of course, you don’t have to eat dinner “in house” if you prefer to try the local restaurants, but in isolated locations, or on Sunday evenings and national holidays when dining options in rural Languedoc-Roussillon are frankly pretty limited, it can be very convenient (and congenial) to dine with your host. It’s also a great opportunity to chat informally with the owners and find out about life as it really is.


To search through the many B&Bs in Languedoc Roussillon on our website - click here.





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