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B&B/Country Inn in Provence region of France

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Hi all! This is my 1st time posting on here because, well, I'm in the prelim stage of planning my 1st trip to Europe. My husband and I are going to France for a week next April. We are not seasoned travelers (actually our honeymoon cruise has been our first and only trip together) so this is a big deal for us and we are super stoked! We've decided to spend about 4 days in Paris but we've also been captivated by the beauty of the Provence region watching shows on the Travel Channel etc. so we were thinking of spending 2 or 3 days in a small, country inn/B&B. Ideally, a historic chateau that has "old-world" charm but modern amenities (sharing a bathroom with other guests...prob not gonna happen), walking/biking distance to a village, is moderately priced, and we'd love a place that has a "farm to table" approach to meals with locally grown and prepared authentic Provencal cooking. If anyone has some insight, please share! Thanks!!

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