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Nice places to stay near (not in) Paris?

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PMTRex · 27/06/2020 12:45

Am thinking about getting Eurostar to Paris, having a few days city break there then moving on to somewhere else more 'in the countryside' and within 1-2 hours of Paris for a few days rest and relaxation with the kids (8&12).

Can you recommend anywhere?

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NCTDN · 28/06/2020 08:36

Versailles?

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NCTDN · 28/06/2020 08:38

Ah do you mean the countryside bit?

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PMTRex · 28/06/2020 08:42

Yes countryside, preferably with pool for the kids

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sleepwhenidie · 28/06/2020 08:43

What kind of budget?

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TheChineseChicken · 28/06/2020 08:46

Try Huttopia campsite in Versailles. They have lodges so not all tents, plus a swimming pool. And the palace of Versailles is amazing

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TheChineseChicken · 28/06/2020 08:47

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NCTDN · 28/06/2020 08:50

In that case I'd definitely be heading to the Loire region.

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FlyingFlamingo · 28/06/2020 08:57

Look at Les Jablines, not far from the Val d’Europe shopping centre which has train links to Paris. There is no pool but there is a beach and swimming lake with kayaks and other watersports.

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lilyfire · 28/06/2020 09:08

We did a lovely air B nB in Versailles. Easy train into Paris and Versailles itself is nice.

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PMTRex · 28/06/2020 09:20

Great suggestions, that's just the sort of think I'm looking for, I think I wouldn't even need to hire a car for the Huttopia one!

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