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France is one of the most visited countries in the world and with good reason; it is a country that caters to young couples looking to celebrate their love. So for men that dislike romance, candlelit dinners and treating…
The French Government is dealing with a lot of changes on capital gains tax due from foreign sellers in France. The obligation to appoint a tax agent is to be abolished for all sales that take place from January 1st 2015.…
Fields of sunflowers stretched as far as the eye can see, decorated but quiet villages, this is Charente. But soon this picturesque region of western France is set to welcome more than 200,000 comic book fans. Every year…
When you are tired of rushing about, tired of trying to find somewhere to park your car-before the market packs up and goes home, of endless queueing, from motorway to restaurant...come and see us in the Drôme... remembering…
Hello from South West France . This will be my last blog post and I must say how much I’ve enjoyed sharing my life experiences in France with all you My French House blog readers. Today, I’m getting in the mood…
Today our postcard comes from the Vendée. We’ve come here to catch up with two sets of dear friends; a couple based in Vouvant and another family we’ve been close to for years in Fontenay-le-Comte. Vendée…
French Christmas Traditions The way Christmas is celebrated in France is not too dissimilar to the UK festivities: decorating the house, presents and good food are all involved. The religious significance of the occasion…
After many years of holidaying in France, Noelle and Michael Keating decided to start looking for their dream home. They now live in the pretty village of Bourgueil in the heart of the Loire Valley best known for the splendour…
For this week’s postcard we’re back in South West France. We’re on the road again for a long weekend of celebration with a friend of ours in Eymet and then we’re going to visit a few properties in…