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Slow, south of france with a baby, a five year old and no driving

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We'd like to do 15-20 days this May, in the south of france with a one year old baby and our five and a half year old daughter. We don't drive and love staying in character-full old places with a sense of history and place. Both of us are fond of history, local culture, old architecture and good food. And we all love being around farm animals, walking in villages and forests and rummaging in small local markets.

We don't see us covering more than a couple of places that we can sink into, explore and enjoy for at least a week each apart from a pretty tiny town such as Arles. We don't want the chore of cooking unless its the odd market day and would need access to restaurants or in-house catering of some kind. A farm home-stay, with walkable access to a village and the countryside and a train/bus connection to get us there would be perfect.

Wonder if we are dreaming of the impossible!!

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