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Could You Be The Next Owner of This Delightful B&B in South of France?!

Ever dreamt of running a bed and breakfast? If so, this is a chance of a lifetime! Lovingly restored by New York designer Annie Moore, the interior and courtyard beautifully captures the spirit of the hill top town of Carcassonne in the South of France. And now, the 7 bedroom, magical Camellas Lloret Maison D'Hotes has been put on the market - could you be the next owner?!










Isn't it lovely?!

I'm already imagining myself with a cool glass of the local Vin de Pays d'Oc on the terrace! 

You may recognise this lovely residence as I featured it once before here - but it's the type of place you can never see enough of, don't you think?! 

For more details about purchasing this B&B contact Annie directly. 

Take a peek in this archive for other holiday homes you'll want to check-in to and never leave! 

Speaking of holiday homes, we're still on our floating one (sailing boat) in the Blekinge archipelago. I discovered the prettiest cafe by the sea on a walk this morning. I'm thinking I might just write a feature about this beautiful part of Sweden once I'm home - could this be of interest? If so, I hope the weather improves! 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Camellas Lloret Maison D'Hotes
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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Yes, please! Post about that area. I've learned so much about Sweden from you. Enjoy your trip.

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  2. YES! Please write about it. I live vicariously through your travels and shares.

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  3. Okayyyy you'd have to be crazy to not want to live here!? So chic, but also sooo homey. I would kill to curl up on that big comfy <a href="https://www.mcgeorgebrotherschemdryofkc.com/upholstery-cleaning/”>couch</a>.

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  4. Såna fina interiörer har jag inte sett på länge...bohemlyxiga, mycket sköna bilder!

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