French gîte owners fear what Covid-19 future holds

Andy and Lynn Calame are hoping for the good days to come back

Gîte and campsite owners have been given some respite by the government over the cost of cancelled holidays.

It changed the law and made an 18-month credit note the first legal option for recompense.

The aim is to save owners having to pay out large sums quickly when their future is far from certain and to encourage guests to maintain bookings.

Owners will be hoping guests opt to hold on to ...

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