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Need Lodging Recommendations in Annecy

We are continuing our planning for September 2013 and will be spending some time in the French Alps. In addition to three nights in Chamonix we plan on spending three nights in Annecy.

We have done some research using a variety of sources (with this forum being one of my essential sources) and so far nothing has jumped out as the "best" place to stay. We are looking for a B&B or a hotel within walking distance to the main part of town. We will have a car so parking is essential. Our budget is 100 euro per night. Something with a kitchenette or cooking facilities would be a nice extra (B&B?). We don't plan on spending a lot of time in the room so just need something clean and comfortable. We speak just a little French so an English speaking host with knowledge of the area would be great (especially related to outdoor activities).

Thanks in advance for your help.

Steve

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