Noves - Holiday rental
On a beautiful property of 3000 m² fully fenced, hidden in the pines on the heights of Noves, two houses, the Listaou and Tillo .
The cottage The Listaou is on one level, below the house M.MORCILLO.
Outside space next to the pool under the pines, with small garden, and terrace with garden furniture, barbecue/plancha with gas. Facing the pool, access by the kitchen/dining area (dishwasher, induction hob, microwave, oven, coffee pod), sitting area with comfortable sofa and armchair, flat screen TV, DVD player, stereo. 2 bedrooms for 2 people (1 bed 160x200 and 1 bed 140x190). Bathroom with Italian shower and toilet (washing machine).
Sheets and towels included. Air conditioning in the living room (real consumption). Cleaning on request (30 €). Wireless. Baby bed and chair on request.
Common amenities : Pool under the pines (security barrier) open from 1st June to 30th September from 10h to 19h. Trampoline. Bikes. Children's games.
Offering 5 horses M.MORCILLO can also host your own frames, and provides stables or paddocks, feed.
Numerous trails from the property, a paradise for hikers or mountain bikers ...
- Swimming pool
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
- 04 90 85 45 00
04 90 85 88 49
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