Le paysage a inspiré Van Gogh
Arles - Holiday rental - from 570€ €
Beautiful ground floor housing with a surface area of 50 m 2, located 5 minutes from the heart of Arles. The place is punctuated in the summer by the quiet chirping of cicadas. The Spa/jacuzzi pool will come to cool off the hot summer day. The apartment is equipped with a quiet room (bed 160 x 200), a bathroom with shower in Italian, 2 washbasins, machine washing, plenty of storage, dry hair, dry towel. Independent WC. Contemporary kitchen with island fully equipped (dishwasher, induction, oven and micro wave plate). Living room with sofa (140) comfort. Opportunity to provide equipment for a toddler (bed Graco type with a mattress, a high chair and bath). Free wifi access. Day and night Spa pool area, while respecting the tranquility of the place. Housing made from a set (provencal mas) not closed and away from traffic. We will be present to greet, share and interact with our guests. The neighborhood is located 3 km from Arles. The view is superb. It will allow you to discover Arles, the Abbey of nobleman, Alpilles and Mont Ventoux. Access to the House is via a path. Park near the apartment. The accommodation is located close to the house owners. Pool and chairs will be shared and free access. A barbecue is at your disposal. A covered terrace will allow you to enjoy the outdoors.
- Private parking
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
- 06 84 49 12 92
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