Your trip to Paris or Marseilles need not remain a dream just because you are on a strict budget. If you book early enough, you can always take advantage of cheap airfare. And with the tips below, you will also be able to save money by staying in cheap houses in France.
Unlike other villa rental or self-catering holiday websites, Villa Renters stays true to their word when they say they have cheap holiday homes for rent. An example of this is a Bourg-Saint-Maurice apartment they have available for as low as £110 per week. It can accommodate up to four persons, with a twin bed, double sofa bed and a single bunk. It has a fully equipped kitchen, central heating to keep you warm during ski holidays and a shared swimming pool.
Another type of accommodation available from this site is a beautiful 300-year-old cottage in Burgundy. It can accommodate up to six persons and costs approximately £238 per week. A former farm, the cottage also has its own garden, patio, dining and living area, as well as a fully equipped kitchen. Guests are also welcome to bring their pets with them.
If you feel the cheap houses in France offered online are just not affordable enough, you should also consider checking out hotel room rates on websites like this. One of their cheapest offers is a nightly rate of £24 per person in the 2-star Primo Hotel in Colmar, Alsace. In-room services include free Internet and a satellite TV.