La Cabane de Gardian
Arles - Holiday rental - from 490€ €
The cabin of the Gardian, building steeped in history at Saint Germain, became in time "make you hunting" then, "The Shepherd's hut" Welcoming several pastoral families. She was able to be reborn in 2014 with its roof in reeds of Camargue, such that wanted me to his original vocation: "The cabin of the Gardian"!It is a quiet, independent cottage, with two terraces, one sunny, the other shaded and a garden. The cabin of the guardian has a ground floor and a mezzanine room, can accommodate two to four people. It is rented by the week or at night, two nights depending on the period.Also, being "Farm horse", we can offer you walks to horse, to horse riding and training courses on-site. We also organize workshops of activities for children, around the organic gardening, the animals of the farm, or fishing (August off).
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Arles
- 04 90 97 00 60
- 06 16 92 34 98
Where to stay
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Things to do
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The paper workshop
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Where to eat
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A gourmet treat…
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According to Marcel Pagnol, "if we only judged things by appearances, nobody would ever have wanted to eat a sea urchin"