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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Meuse, France your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking to get a way to an area full of history and wonderful scenic views should visit the Meuse department of France. Located in the north east of the country, Meuse has many towns and villages with interesting things for holidaymakers to see and do. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, B&Bs, cottages and campsites.

Things to do on holiday to Meuse, France

Meuse offers many lovely places for hiking, cycling and horse riding with picturesque villages, forests and lush valleys to explore. There are many opportunities for fishing with several waterways in the region including the River Meuse. The waterways of Meuse also enable holidaymakers to go swimming, canoeing or kayaking. Visitors to Meuse will be able to enjoy some golf with courses at Combles-en-Barrois and Nonsard-Lamarche. The department also has many tennis courts open to the public. Meuse offers many different bars, cafes and restaurants serving delicious French dishes as well as some international cuisine. Self catering holidaymakers will be able to purchase food and drink from the supermarkets, stores and village markets of the department. Many gifts shops can be found in the region especially in the larger towns such as Bar-le-Duc.

Places to visit on holiday to Meuse, France

There are numerous interesting places to visit such as museums and World War I sites in the department of Meuse. In Verdun is the Military Museum, which highlights the role of the town during the First World War and is well worth a visit, as is the National Cemetery here. In Vacoulers holidaymakers can see great historic sites such as the Porte de France or the medieval fortress of Gombervaux. Tourists can follow a contemporary art trail at Lahaymeix Forest. A little further afield in Reims there are more war memories to be seen by way of the battlefields. Visitors may also like to take a trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and other attractions, which should only take two to three hours to reach by car.

Weather in Meuse, France

The climate in North East France is similar to Southern England with the warmest months normally July and August and the coldest December to February. Average high temperatures in Meuse are about 22 degrees centigrade in July and August. In January the average high is five degrees centigrade, but temperatures can fall below zero in winter. Rainfall is moderate in the summer with June and July averaging about eight hours of sunshine per day.

Travel to Meuse, France

Findel Airport (LUX) in Luxembourg is approximately one hour and 30 minutes drive from Verdun in Meuse and two hours from Bar-le-Duc. Luxair offer flights to Findel Airport from numerous international airports including Berlin-Tegel (TXL), Dublin (DUB), Geneva (GVA), Lisbon (LIS), London-City (LCY), Madrid (MAD), Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), and Vienna (VIE) amongst others. Ada, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt are car rental companies represented at the airport.

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Wonderful Spacious Gite

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This is a lovely gite in a small village, period in appearance and modern inside. Everything a home needs this gite has. We really enjoyed staying in this gite and our stay was really relaxing, the surrounding area offered plenty of walks throughout the countryside. The area in general has a lot to offer with a rich history and an owner willing to go the extra mile. Thankyou
  • Review Submitted: Jul 04, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017

Really nice and cosy!!

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Excellent property. It has everything you would need, very well equipped, cosy and warm. Lots of toys for the children. The location is peaceful and less than 1 hour driving to Nancy, Mezt, Verdun or Luxemburg. It was a perfect stay, the only slightly negative point I could think off is that the Wifi wasn't really fast. But I will definitely rate the place with 5 stars. Also the owners were helpful and welcoming.
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  • Date of Stay: Dec 2015