Coeur de France

Coeur de France

Coeur de France is an immersion French language school located in Sancerre (2 hrs. south of Paris). Family, Group and Private classes available.

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Contact Name:
Gérard Chartrand

Phone:
33 2 48 79 34 08

E-mail:

Fax:
33 2 48 79 39 33

Address:
Coeur de France
La Thaumassière, Place de la Panneterie
Sancerre
France
18300

Coeur de France (www.coeurdefrance.com) provides immersion French langauge instruction in the famous winemaking town of Sancerre (upper Loire Valley) 2 hours south of Paris. We offer group (max. 6 students) and private "One to One" courses. Courses may be from one week to as many as 12 weeks and are available for all levels. We accept adults over 18 only; children are welcome with their parents. Coeur de France is also the only language school in France to offer a dedicated family program ("Families & Couples") that provides French instruction to all members of the family, regardless of level. Our innovative programs combine language instruction with cultural excursions (winetasting, chateaux, goat cheese farms, etc.)to help students put into immediate practice concepts just learned in the classroom setting. Fees depend on the season: Courses in winter are as much as 35% less than summer season; spring and autumn are 10% less. We offer the following lodging options: fully-furnished holiday rental houses/apartments (from 170 euros per week); 2,3 star hotels from 65 euros nightly; chateaux from 100 euros nightly, host family lodging is 215 euros weekly. We invite you to learn or improve your French skills in the friendly countryside of the Sancerre region. Please contact us for details: (www.coeurdefrance.com; )

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