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We are driving from Paris to Arles and looking for hotels in pleasant towns along the way. Quaint but teen friendly meaning not just honeymooners or couples looking for quiet. Interesting town

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    Hello 1617

    We just love staying in Logis Hotels in France. There are plenty of them, ranging from 3 star upwards. In all our stays we've only had one disappointment, and if we'd checked the on-line comments we would have chosen the other Logis in that particular town (Dinan).

    They are all independently owned, many have free wifi and free parking, and each has it's own personality. Often there's an in-house restaurant that has excellent food - if not, there's usually somewhere close by that you can eat at.

    One of our favourites was at Fixin - slightly off your direct route, but close to Dijon. The hotel rooms had just been refurbished in 2012; our bathroom was stunning, and bedding was extremely comfortable. Fixin is in the middle of the Cote d'Or wine region - the town takes all of 15 minutes to walk through and has an interesting church. Dijon is only about 25 minutes drive away and has plenty of restaurants to choose from - we did this rather than dine in the Hotel, then spent the rest of the evening wandering around Dijon - a beautiful old town. Di

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