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Examples of holiday rentals to find in the directory. Do not hesitate to contact the owners of bed and breakfast, cottages, holiday homes or hotels to organize your holidays.

Bed and breakfast 2 étoiles Le Phare De La Garde 17390 La Tremblade
Bed and breakfast  Les Eaux Calmes 89420 Talcy
Bed and breakfast  Les Eaux Calmes 89420 Talcy
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Tourist accommodations in the major cities of France

The different types of tourist accommodation in France

Vacation and holiday rentals

The category holiday rentals is a generic category gathering on this directory all the types of tourist accommodation, be it tourism hotels, lodges, bed and breakfasts, campsites, as well as Villas and holiday apartments, as well as more unusual tourist accommodation such as yurts, teepees and tree houses.

Bed and breakfast

The guest rooms are furnished rooms located at the inhabitant's place in order to accommodate tourists for one or more nights, with benefits. The person who proposes one or several guest rooms , Must respect certain conditions of hiring, it can also propose meals to its hosts, it has to display the prices of its services In case of problem on the hiring, the holiday maker has several remedies

The guest house (s) must be located in the house or apartment of the inhabitant. The rental of a bed and breakfast includes the bundled package of one night and breakfast. The reception is provided by the inhabitant. It can not rent more than 5 rooms per dwelling, nor accommodate more than 15 people at the same time. Each guest room gives access (directly or indirectly) to a bathroom and a toilet. It must comply with health, safety and hygiene regulations. The rental includes, at a minimum, the supply of linen.

The resident, who rents one or more rooms, can also offer meals to his guests. Only one menu must be proposed and composed of dishes, preferably, the terroir. The meal should be taken at the family table with the inhabitant.

The hirer of bed and breakfast is subject to the same transparency obligations as hoteliers vis-à-vis the consumer in terms of price display and note delivery. The landlord must carry out the triple display of the prices he proposes:

He must also give a note to his client, including in particular the detailed account in quantity and price of each service provided and the total sum due. The note must be drawn up in duplicate and the original delivered to the customer at the time of payment.

Source
www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F17452

Self catering accomodations, gites and cottages

There is no legal definition that specifies the notion of a rural lodging, but the jurisprudence considers that this is a seasonal rental occupied for a maximum of 6 months and must be available for at least 3 months of the year .

The lodge must be owned by a farmer or a rural landlord and can not be used as an exclusive or permanent second home either of the owner or the tenant.

The lodgings were categorized according to a notation taking into account the technical layout, the exterior appearance, the comfort, the tourist attraction and the services offered. The number of points obtained led to the classification in normal category (one ear), comfortable (2 ears), and luxury (3 ears). This ranking fell within the competence of the departmental relays of the lodges of France which recorded the declarations and carried out the checks.

This classification procedure is deleted, and the Gîtes de France now fall under the same procedure as the one-to-five-star classified accommodation.

Source
www.logement.gouv.fr/location-saisonniere-et-gites-ruraux

Large vacation accomodations

On this directory of gites in France, the notion of large gite, or group gite, concerns gîtes with a capacity of at least 15 persons.

Hotels and restaurants

A hotel is a commercial establishment offering a service of paid tourist accommodation in furnished rooms (or suites) .The rental of the room is done on a package and includes the daily maintenance of the beds, Of the room and the supply of towels.This element is characteristic of the definition of the hotel and differentiates it from other categories of accommodation (tourist residence, furnished tourist ...) A hotel can offer several Other customer services such as room service, catering, use of facilities such as a spa, sauna, swimming pool, gym, rental of meeting rooms ...

Source
www.entreprises.gouv.fr/tourisme/hotels-tourisme

Chateau hotels

The notion of a hotel castle stems from the desire of certain hoteliers and restaurateurs to provide a hotel service of charm or even luxury, often accompanied by a gourmet restoration of high quality to which major restaurateurs participate

The term holiday village refers to any residential center, which is the object of a global operation of a commercial or non-commercial nature, intended to provide for holidays, at a fixed price including, Board, the use of common facilities, Sports facilities and collective entertainment (Articles D. 325-1 et seq. Of the Tourism Code).

All the elements of a holiday village are, in principle, grouped together on the same lot, but it can also be a holiday village with the words dispersed accommodation composed of dwellings spread over the territory of the Commune or in the territory of contiguous communes.

The buildings are built of traditional materials on foundations, but it can also be a holiday village with the term light lodging, consisting of removable, transportable or towable rooms.

Source
www.entreprises.gouv.fr/tourisme/villages-vacances

Holidays in vacation resorts

The term holiday village refers to any residential center, which is the object of a global operation of a commercial or non-commercial nature, intended to provide for holidays, at a fixed price including, Board, the use of common facilities, Sports facilities and collective entertainment (Articles D. 325-1 et seq. Of the Tourism Code).

All the elements of a holiday village are, in principle, grouped together on the same lot, but it can also be a holiday village with the words dispersed accommodation composed of dwellings spread over the territory of the Commune or in the territory of contiguous communes.

The buildings are built of traditional materials on foundations, but it can also be a holiday village with the term light lodging, consisting of removable, transportable or towable rooms.

Source
www.entreprises.gouv.fr/tourisme/villages-vacances

Rent a chalet

The cottage is a rural building in mountain areas whose wood is the essential building block.

As part of tourist accommodation, the rental of a cottage follows the same rules as renting a cottage, and consequently falls into the category of furnished accommodation.

Rent a holiday villa or a vacation house

Renting a furnished apartment is a way of renting a furnished apartment for a short period of time, Studio or villa, you must respect a certain number of steps.

The furnished apartment is a villa, apartment, studio rented for short durations (by the day, week or month). To qualify as furnished, the accommodation must include at least:

Furnished apartments can be classified (from 1 to 5 stars) by one of the approved charity organizations.

Source
www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/N19104

Rent a vacation apartment

Furnished apartments are furnished villas, apartments or studios, for the exclusive use of the tenant, offered for rent to a passing clientele who make a stay characterized by a day rental, By week or by month, and who does not elect domicile (Article D 324-1 of the Tourism Code).

They differ from other types of accommodation, such as hotel and tourist residence, in that they are reserved for the exclusive use of the tenant, With neither reception nor reception hall nor common services and facilities. They are distinguished from the guest room where the inhabitant is present during the rental.

Seasonal or tourist rental is distinguished from the residential lease according to 2 criteria:

Source
www.entreprises.gouv.fr/tourisme/meubles-tourisme

Rent a mobile home

Family campings, campsites

Campgrounds are classified with the following:

There are 2 categories:

The campsite category must be displayed at the entrance or in the reception office of the campsite.

Source
www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F2058

Unusual and unique holiday places to stay

In the unusual accommodations section, you will find all the tourist facilities that are out of the ordinary: yurts, tree houses, holiday homes on the water , Boats, tipis or ice hotels.