A selection of more than 300 visited and assessed addresses
  • Case Latine Lama (F)
  • Hôtel de Suhard Bellême (F)
  • La Feuillaie Saint-Ay (F)
  • Le Jardin des Simples Mont-Dol (F)
  • Logis du Portal Vars (F)
Latest discoveries

Latest discoveries

Les Chemins de Traversaz

Les Chemins de Traversaz” is situated high in the mountains, on the south side of the Maurienne valley in Savoie. Nestling at the heart of the hamlet of Traversaz, this solid stone building rubs shoulders with a small, listed, newly-restored, Baroque church. In just a few years, Anne and Alain have turned a ruined house into a superb, charming B&B.

Read more

Recipes from our B&Bs

Recipes from our B&Bs

Fig Tarte Tatin with Smoked Wild Boar Ham

A variant of the classic and ever-popular tarte tatin, Catherine serves this as a starter rather than a dessert because it is a savoury-sweet tart. We must point out that she has a ready supply of wild boar at home and that figs are grown in Alsace. An excellent autumn recipe (Catherine and Eric Marcal, La Forestière, Le Hohwald).

Read more

Looking over exceptionally countryside

Our favourites

Looking over exceptionally countryside

The three local-stone farm buildings of Airbois farmhouse look out over exceptionally beautiful countryside and offer panoramic views of the upper Meuse valley. Set amid fields and woods, the house has been magnificently restored by Marie-Christine and Alain Crespeigne, two talented painters who specialise in hand-painted ceramic tiles. The interior reveals a very tasteful choice of furniture, colours, fabrics and other materials.

Read more

Looking East

News

Looking East

The advent of autumn leads us inevitably to look East to Alsace, the Vosges, the Jura and Savoie: forests, hills and mountains, lakes and rivers. And vineyards, where the vines turn lovely shades of gold in September.

Read more

Our passion is your guarantee

''As we travel around visiting existing and new members, we are always delighted to discover a new address, its environment, its particular charm, its interior décor and to meet its owners or hosts. They are often passionate, welcoming and with an open-minded approach and are eager to share their life experiences, activities and hobbies in their conversations with their guests.

Read more

Let us know about new addresses

If you discover a charming B&B, holiday home or small hotel that is not featured in our guidebook or on our website that you think should be there, please feel free to tell us about it using the form below:

Tell us about it