- n. Plural form of gite.
“Toulouse: ***Les Gîtes d'Anjou: 40 minutes from Toulouse, 2 hours to Montpellier and 4 hours to Bordeaux, cluster of 4 gites with varying size accommodation, cost from £560 per week.”
“They stayed in Provence for nearly two weeks, staying always in unrated hotels, those that didn't even rise to a single star from the Ministry of Tourism, or in _gites ruraux, _ farmhouses with rooms for rent.”
“Throwe halfe hys joornie, dyghte yn gites  of goulde,”
“By the activity displayed in these works, already so far advanced, they might be considered as finished: they were not yet furnished with their cannons, but the platforms had their _gites_ and their _madriers_ all prepared; the earth, beaten carefully, was consolidated; and supposing the artillery to be on the island, in less than two or three days the port might be completely armed.”
“Ivy House Utah Beach Normandy offers superb self catering gites and bed and breakfast accommodation; just 500 meters from the world famous D-Day”
“The scheme has now expanded, and includes properties in other parts of the region, a mixture of gites, usually rented by the week, and chambres d'hôtes, where rooms are available on a nightly basis.”
“With more modest stays in mind, some 15 years ago the Gites de France organisation began expanding its collection of rental properties in the Gironde to include gites bacchus, properties located among the vines, run by wine growers or wine makers, and intended to appeal to wine-enthusiasts.”
“Prices vary according to size and time of year, but gites are available from €250 per week.”
“Motels, Game Lodges. riad marrakech morocco morocco riad bed and breakfast, gites and riads. chambres d hotes”
“At the time of Mrs Hall's suspected death on Friday, the site was undergoing renovation work to build gites and a golf course.”
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