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Roadtrip France - impending disaster

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Hi all, I apologise for the dramatic topic title, but I need help urgently. I have been planning a 5 weeks France trip for the past 6 months. Had all my ducks in a row and booked accommodation in April 2014.
We were going to end in Dijon and I booked an extremely nice apartment in Dijon 15 to 18 September (via Booking.com) The owner informs me NOW the apartment is not available, due to "works", (whatever that means!) and I can not find anything else at this late stage. Researched all possible sites. We are looking for an apartment/cottage with garden/terrace.

Stu recommended Coco, but fully booked. As are most other places. Shall I try another village or town? And where?

Last question. Is this acceptable behaviour? From the booked accommodation I mean.

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