Booking a Holiday

This page explains how to book your carp fishing holiday with Angling France. You can reserve your holiday online or by calling us.


Before you go ahead and book your carp fishing holiday, make sure that you have fully read and understood our Terms and Conditions. They include the latest information about BREXIT and how it affects your travel.

Booking a Holiday

Booking a holiday right now online or by phone is dead easy. Once you've decided, just click on the 'Availability' tab in the menu bar above and pick an available week. Fill in our quick booking form online and your holiday is reserved automatically right there and then. If you prefer to deal in person, just call us.

Choosing your Holiday Dates

Many of our regular guests book their holidays a long time in advance. This means it's often not easy to find summer availability. It also means that we sometimes get cancellations a long time in advance too. Please contact us if you would like to be included on our cancellation lists. Please also feel free to contact us if you are interested in booking a non-summer week.

Paying the Deposit

When it comes to paying a deposit or balance we'll send you the details for transferring the amounts in sterling into our company's client account. You'll have 7 full days to sort out a deposit transfer. If you need longer, just let us know.

Paying the Balance

Just so you know up front, the full cost of your holiday needs to be paid 10 weeks in advance of the start date. Details of how to pay the balance of your holiday will be emailed to you, and we will send you a reminder before the 10 weeks as well, just so that you don't forget. If you are booking your carp fishing holiday less than 10 weeks before the start of the holiday, the full amount will need to be paid straight away. We'll send you an email about that once you've booked. Oh, and we can do stage payments if that helps.

What's not Included

In a nutshell, travelling to and from venues and holiday insurance are not included in any of our prices. You'll find lots of good information on our website. We can't stress enough the importance of having good insurance cover for travel and health. These types of cover are not expensive, but getting sick, having an accident or a car break down can cost you dear.


Brexit means that you will need to check new requirements for travelling to France. Our current advice is to check the situation before you travel and if necessary, ensure that you and all in your party have the correct documentation and insurance cover.

Scroll up to BREXIT Latest and click the link to find out what we know so far.


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