French Host Families

Staying with a French host family

Staying with a French family is a great way to immerse yourself in the French language.  It gives you the opportunity to learn the country’s customs and traditions and sample French home-cooking.  You will eat with the family for breakfast and dinner (if half-board accommodation is chosen) giving you the opportunity to chat to them, practice your French and get to know some local people.  Staying with a host family depends on mutual respect and a willingness to adapt to the local way of life.  Morzine is a small town and the locals are very friendly and want to introduce you to the French and the Savoyard traditions and will go out of their way to welcome you into their home.

All of our host families are carefully selected by our team.  They are all welcoming and keen to introduce you to the French way of life and to help you with your French studies.

All host family accommodation is easily accessible from the school, either by foot or local public transport.

Choose from B&B or half-board accommodation.  If you wish to fully integrate with the family and enjoy mealtimes with them, then choose the half-board option so that you can enjoy evening meals together.  If you are looking for the warm welcome of a family but with a bit more independence, then choose the B&B option.

 

  • Carefully selected families
  • Private room
  • B&B or half-board accommodation available
  • Option of picnic lunch
  • Discover the French way of life
  • Practice your French conversation skills

 

Prices and Booking

B&B:

525€ per week

Half-board:

550€ per week

Additional meal: 10€

Accommodation placement fee: included in above prices, so no extra to pay

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Host Family 1

Host Family 2

Please contact us for more information or to book your accommodation

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