Châteaurenard - Holiday rental - from 590€ €
Totally independent house with 5 bedrooms on private garden, with swimming pool. 1000 m² garden fully enclosed, with an electric portal. On the ground floor: Large living-room of 40 m² with lounge (2 leather sofas, stone bench, fireplace -wood not included-, TV and DVD player) and dining room (extending table, stereo). Kitchen with oven, microwave, 4 ring hob, fridge, extractor hood and dishwasher. Second small dining area. Laundry room with washing machine, fridge/freezer, cleaning products and household utensils. Down, 1st bedroom with a bed 2 persons 140x190cm, office and wardrobe. Direct access to the garden. Adjoining private shower room with walk-in shower 90x90cm. Separate WC with washbasin. On the 1st floor : 2nd bedroom with a double bed 140x190cm, wardrobe. 3rd bedroom with a single bed 90x190cm, desk and wardrobe. Mezzanine with a 90x190cm mattress on the ground (extra accomodation possible for a child). 4th bedroom with a single bed 90x190c and wardrobe. Mezzanine with a 90x190cm mattress on the ground (extra accomodation possible for a child). 5th bedroom under slope with a bed 2 persons 160x200cm, cupboards, private adjoining shower room with shower 75x75cm. Mezzanine with office, library, CD. Access to a terrace / solarium of about 6 m². Bathroom with corner bath and heated towel rail. Independent WC. Private swimming pool (3,5x10m, max depth 1,7m), accessible from 01/05 to 30/10. Private garden of 750 m², private covered terrace with built-in barbecue. Private parking on the property. Garage with the possibility of sheltering bikes or motorbikes. Underfloor heating (charged on real consumption basis). End of stay cleaning optional (80 €). Sheets and towels optional. Pets accepted free of charge. Internet (wifi). Tourist tax not included.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
- 06 07 68 65 73
- 06 82 19 63 06
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