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bed, breakfast, and dinner in Southern France

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Can anyone recommend a bed and breakfast / small hotel anywhere within an hour's drive of Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille, or Nice to help conclude a two-week vacation? We will be flying into Bordeaux in August and open to flying out of any of the southern airports back to the states -- we are just looking for the right place to end our trip! We will be traveling with a two-year-old, which limits our mobility if we want truly to relax.

With that in mind, here are our criteria:

*A restaurant or the possibility of having dinner in. This will allow us to rest on the grounds without searching for a restaurant, and also to dine like adults while the baby is tucked away for the night in our room. On prior trips, we have done this before in small houses using a baby monitor and it was lovely.

*Large enough so that there is a garden or some grounds or a view to explore during the day (just for a stroll, need not be expansive).

*A comfortable common room so that if we want to be indoors but not go into town, there will be somewhere to relax.

*Walking distance to a village, preferably with some history and a market!

Thanks for any advice!

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