What is a French Bed and Breakfast called in France?
A Bed and Breakfast is called a "Chambre d'hotes" in France and is the French equivalent to a guest home or bed and breakfast. Guests will be staying overnight at the rental owner's home and their stay will also include breakfast.
The differences between a gite, Chambre d'hotes and table d'hotes:
- A gite is a self-catering guest home and usually contains a living room, one or more bedrooms, and a bathroom and could be independent from the main house or be connected to the house of the rental owner.
- A Chambre d'hotes is the French equivalent to a guest home or bed and breakfast.
- Table d'hotes refers to a guest house that offers an evening meal and breakfast usually jointly with the guest house owner.