If you are looking for long term rentals in France, then on Go South France you will find a diverse range of properties suitable for long term let. At Go South France we make sure that all our long term rental properties are properly equipped for a long term let. We are also on hand to give you advise on the best places to stay long term in France, based on your budget and requirements. So, if you are looking for a long term rentals, France, then Go South France is the place to start looking.
This South France long term villa rental is located on the edge of Provence in the quaint old town of Sommieres, close to both Nimes and Montpelier. Villa Sommieres in the South France comprises 4 double bed rooms, two of which have ensuite bathrooms. This South France holidays rental has a large private swimming pool, garden and terrace. This villa in Sommieres, South of France, sleeps up to 8 people with additional sofa beds in the lounge. The villa with pool is located on a hill above Sommieres and provides incredible views of the local South France countryside >> more info on this Long term Rental
A beautifully renovated village house for long term lets in France is set in the heart of Gabian, South France. The house comfortably sleeps 4 in 2 double bedrooms. The village of Gabian is only ten minutes from Pezenas. The village is surrounded by the vines of the Pezenas and Faugeres areas of the Herault, Languedoc. The village has a grocer, baker, pharmacy and bar/restaurant. Available for a self catering holiday or a long term lets in South France. If you are looking for a long term lets in rural France, amongst the vineyards of Languedoc, then this house in Gabian must be for you. This rural gite provides that wonderful get away from it all French experience in an historic old village setting. The house provides comfortable accommodation for 4 people. It has recently been refurbished and finished to a high standard. Whether you are house hunting or just want a long break in France this house is ideal for you. >> more info Gabian, long term rentals France.
This house in Fouzilhon, France, is availble for rentals long term (3-6 months minimum stay). This property to rent in France long term has recently been refurbished and is an excellent option if you are looking to buy a house in South France or if you are coming for an extended stay. This house for long term rent has two double bedrooms and a newly installed shower room with toilet. There is a comfortable lounge and a newly fitted kitchen. Outside the property there are two terraces, plus a garden. Underneath the house there is a large garage which provides excellent storage. Fouzilhon is a lovely village in South France, near to Beziers and Pezenas and surrounded by vineyards.
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This house for long term rentals, France, is situated in the village of Servian near to Pezenas and Beziers. The property is a beautifully restored old Wine growers house with 5 bedrooms and 206m2 of living space. This fabulous house for long term rentals, France, also comes with a walled courtyard garden and two terraces. Servian, situated in the Languedoc-roussillon region, is just 25 minutes from the beaches on the South France coast. The village has a market day on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, there are 3 boulangeries, a butcher, a newsagent and a supermarket right on the edge of the village.
This house for long term rentals France is on the edge of the village of Caux surrounded by vineyards in the South of France. This long term lets property benefits from being all on one level and comes with wifi internet, a large courtyard and small grassed garden. It is ideally located to explore Pezenas and the other sites of the Languedoc region, whether you are house hunting or an extended holiday.
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This beautiful house for long term rentals, France, is located in a pretty village close to the medieval town of Pezenas in the South of France. The house has 5 double-bedrooms plus a twin bedroom room and can sleep up to 12 people. This large house for long term rentals, France, comes with a swimming pool and is situated on the edge of a medieval hilltop village of St Pons de Mauchiens. This large property benefits from internet, UK free view TV, stunning views and 2 kitchens. The house is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is just 15 mins from the South France beaches along the Mediterranean coast. If you are a large family looking for a suitable property for long term rentals, France, then this house in St Pons de Mauchiens is a fantastic choice.
This house for long term rentals, France, sleeps 8 people and comes with a swimming pool and walled garden. There are four bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on three floors. The house is situated in the lovely village of Aumes just outside Pezenas (a popular destination for visitors to this region). This Aumes house for long term lets in France is ideally located if you are house hunting or having an extended holiday.
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Many French towns and villages are quite different once the tourists have left at the end of summer. If you are renting 'out of season' just ask the question? A house for long term lets in Franceis different from a holiday rental and you want to make sure that you see more than one person a day. Even our village, Nezignan L'Eveque, which is a lively little place gets noticeably quieter from October through to March with about 20% of the houses closed up. So just make sure that your proposed long term rental does offer some signs of life in the winter months
What linen and crockery is provided and is it sufficient? Is there decent lighting for those longer winter evenings? Is there enough storage facilities? Is there adequate heating for the winter months? Many long term rentals in France are very simply equipped and lack decent insulation. Whilst open beamed roofs exposing the clay ceiling tiles maybe charming in the summer, you will not think so in the midst of winter. Our previous long term rental house was like a fridge in the winter. Also check that the fireplace works. All landlords in France have to get a certificate proving that the chimney is useable. Another trick to be wary of is to be proudly shown the electric wall heaters in every room as proof that the house is suitable for a long term let. If you are renting a house long term in France over the winter don't even think of turning these heaters on! - they drain money quicker than they heat up the room. Electricity in France is ruinously expensive. Everyone down here in the winter either picks up drift wood off the beach (there is huge quantities of it after there has been a storm), burns vine wood (burns well and gives off a beautiful smell) or uses small oil or gas cylinder heaters. I am sure that you will be fine, but it is better to be warned in advance.
If you are searching for long term rentals in France, some of the key questions you need to ask are: How and when are utilities charged ? What extras do you need to pay for: logs, linen, gas cylinders? Are local taxes included? Ensure you are fully advised as to what exactly is included in your monthly rental and what is payable as an extra. In France there are two property taxes, (taxe d'habitacion and taxe fonciere - see French property taxes) make sure that you don't get stuck for either of them within your long term rental contract. Get the Landlord to pay.
Ah, this is a real moot point with us. We rented a house on a long term rent in France for 14 months. Everything was sweetness and light until we came to move out and our Landlord turned into Dr Jackal. In particular be wary of clauses in the rental contract that call for you to "return the property back to the condition in which you found it" as this makes no allowance for wear and tear and you could find, like we did, that the most unbelievable deductions are taken out of your deposit. We almost ended up in court over the matter. Again you shouldn't find too many problems and most Landlords are reasonable people, but make sure you check through your long term rental contract thoroughly before signing it.