Arles - Holiday rental - from 700€ €
The farmhouse is located next to Arles and the Camargue, on a small country road. It offers 2 gites (a 3rd one under construction) and a caravan. On a large fenced plot with olive groves and green spaces, secured swimming pool (10x5) from April to September (9h/20h), gym (fitness equipment), sauna (free). Parking on the property.
The apartment is located at the beginning of the farmhouse, but upstairs with a large covered terrace with garden furniture and sofas. Living-room / kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher, ceramic plates) with sofa bed for 2 persons, flat screen TV. Shower room / wc. Sleeping area (bed 160x200cm). Charming gite : old stones and beams.
Air conditioning (included), baby kit on demand, internet access via CPL, cleaning on request (€ 40), linen on request (complete kit € 30 per person), barbecue. Shared laundry with washing machine and dryer. Tourist tax.
- Swimming pool
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Arles
- 06 80 21 34 81
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