Le Clos De Bagalance
Barbentane - Holiday rental - from 500€ €
On the heights of the village of Barbentane , between Avignon and the Alpilles , very nice house , completely independent , in an environment of oaks and pines on 1ha not fenced . Private pool ( 5x14m - depth 1.2 to 2 m) with safety cover , pool house (shower and toilet ) with garden furniture and sunbathing . Terrace 60 m² with two lounges , barbecue / griddle (gas), and maintained shaded relaxation areas . Ground floor: large living room with comfortable sitting area (TV , DVD, hi -fi) with fireplace ( free wood) and dining area opening onto the terrace. Fully fitted kitchen opening to the outside (dishwasher , microwave, coffee pod ) . Laundry in the garage (2 washing machine, tumble dryer ) . Toilet. UPSTAIRS: 4 bedrooms, 2 with 1 bed for 2 persons (180x200) and 2 with 2 beds 1 person (90x200) . Bathroom / shower ( towel dry ) . Bathroom ( towel dry ) . Toilet. Heating : underfloor heating ( ground floor ) and electric (upstairs) : package 80 € / week . Linen provided , beds made. Cleaning surcharge ( € 150). Phone available. Library available . Various DVD . Cot and highchair on request. Child's bed on request.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
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