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Hi We often pass a restaurant when you turn right at the casino at Sable D'or les pins and follow the costal road several miles towards to Frehal. It is a white building on its own set back on the right hand side of the road with a dark green and white canopy (I think), there is also some outside seating available. If anyone has the slightest clue as to which restaurant I mean, the name of it would be much appreciated Thanks in advance
I would like to arrange an internet connection to my property do I contact the internet provider first or do I need a line up and running first?If I need a line is there the equivalent of open reach in France and als who is the best provider.my house is in Antrainthanks for any helpGary
I have recently taken delivery of a Shepheard's Hut. Fabricated in the UK. Cost £45,000. Manufactory's invoice shows it as an "Agricultural Item" . I had to pay £9000.00 Import Duty/Tax before the Haulers would consider bringing it over on the Ferry. My understand is Agricultural Items imported from the UK into France are exempt Import Duty/Tax and TVA? If this is correct, I need to make a claim somehow to the French Authorities?!? Any advice would be very gratefully received!!!!a
HiWe have a house in the commune of Plonévez-du-Faou - though closer to Huelgoat. We renovated it with the hope of retiring there in a few years, which now isn't going to be possible so we need to sell.I'm looking for advice on who to use. Should we use a notaire or an agent immobilier. I don't want to use one that deals with mainly the property of English people, but, although I speak some French, it's not good enough to deal with technical stuff. So we would ideally like a traditionally french agent who has somebody who speaks English. We'll be in France from the end of next week for a couple of weeks, and ideally would like to get it on the market then.Has anyone any ideas.Thanks in advance
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I'm here with a cheeky request, but would any kind-hearted person out there be willing to let me use their BF discount code? I'm trying to take my kids back to the UK for a week as (due to Covid etc) they haven't seen their grandparents since 2018. Just priced up a trip and even with simple options, it's coming out at 800€, which would make it impossible. I'm fully aware this is a cheeky post, but I'm prepared to accept the embarrassment if it means I can get my boys over to see their grandparents.