We have the experience to make your move as smooth as possible.
For removals to and from Loire.
Loire borders with the Rhone department to the east and the Ardeche to the south. Travelling from North to South is the river Loire which gives the region its name. Loire is known for its diverse scenery making it a popular destination for relocating to France. From wonderful castles to explore to the tranquil surroundings of Lakes and Mountains, the department of Loire has it all, including some fantastic vineyards in the south.
Armishaws offers a complete service and our experienced team have moved many of our customers to Europe over the years. We are proud with more than four decades of experience, expertise and first-class service. Out friendly staff supported by a modern fleet of 48 lorries is able to provide you with a stress-free, quick and professional removals. We can collect your possessions from anywhere in the UK, whilst our impeccable attention to detail, modern packing and handling methods guarantee the highest safety standards for your possessions.
Armishaws can offer you different packages – all at competitive prices. Flexible enough, no job is too small, big, close or far for us.
First class service
Local and long-distance moves
Part loads and full loads
Modern fleet of 48 lorries
Removals within the UK, Europe and Worldwide
Excellent packing service/export wrapping
Containerised storage facilities
Armishaws work to the highest standards and are proud to have held the certificate for European Standards for Furniture Removal Services (BSEN 12522) since 1999.
Accredited by the British Association of Removers.
Get in touch by using our Quick Quote Form or call us on our freephone 0800 917 1015 for a free same day quote. We have the right package for everyone and more than happy to design a Loire removal service directly tailored to your needs!
Created in 1793, the Loire department occupies the River Loire’s upper reaches in Southern France. The current capital of Loire is Saint-Étienne, which is home to a popular Ligue 1 football team and was named as one of the ‘French Towns and Lands of Art and History’. The department has a total size of 1,846 square miles and is number 42 of the French departments. Its inhabitants are called Ligériens, and it is in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. The River Loire stretches all-throughout the region, and its longest river in the country. Its name derives from the Latin ‘liger’, which itself is a transcription of the Gaulish ‘liga’, which means ‘silt, sediment and deposit’.
Some of the most popular dishes in the region are Gougère- a baked savoury choux pastry made of choux dough mixed with cheese, Coq au Vin- a popular French dish of chicken braised with wine, lardons, mushrooms and garlic, and Truffade- a thick pancake made with thinly sliced potatoes, cooked in goose fat, mixed with Tome Fraîche. With an average summer high of 26 °c and a winter low of 2 °c, the climate isn’t completely different to the UK, but its average hours of sunshine per day is higher, and the air is cleaner, according to studies. There are many beautiful castles and parks in the area, including an activity centre in Saint-Antheme for zip-wiring and tree-climbing, and many fantastic locations for fishing and golf, as well as other leisure activities. It is a popular location for relocating or retiring to, and its rich history and culture is a great attraction.