Tarascon - Holiday rental - from 3000€ €
Beautiful XVIIth mas in the plain between Tarascon and Arles, between Alpilles and Montagnette. On a 4ha land with swimming pool (12x7m) and pool house (open from 15/04 to 15/10), petanque (bowling) area, shaded terrace of 90 m², enclosed terrace with barbecue of 35 m², tennis table, fishing pond (not fenced), olive plantation, vast grassy areas and gardens, bicycles.
Renovated in 2014, this farmhouse offers very high level amenities, antique high quality furniture, a particularly special decoration : for an unforgettable stay...
Ground floor: reading room with fireplace. Dining room (58 m²). TV room with flat screen TV (web cam), DVD, home theater, video games, hi-fi system. Desktop pc corner. Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher, induction + 2 gas rings) and dining area. Laundry (washing machine, dryer). 1st bedroom for 2 people (bed 160x200cm) with bath and shower opening onto the bedroom, toilet, flat screen TV. First floor : 3 bedrooms for 2 people (beds 180x200cm) with bath / shower and toilet, flat screen TV. 1 bedroom for 2 people with canopy bed (200x200cm), bathroom / shower, toilet, flat screen TV, private terrace with direct access to the outside. Second floor : children's bedroom with 3 beds (90x200cm), private shower room and toilet.
3 beds 1 person (90x200cm) can be added in each room for 2 people, on request.
Home gifts for every host, bathrobes, towels and sheets provided. Cleaning included at the end of the stay and during it on request.
Services on request (extra fee) : cooking lessons, cook, hairdresser, massages, nurse. Air conditioning / floor heating / ventilation. Pets accepted under certain conditions, contact the owner.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided byOT Tarascon
- 06 03 22 56 68
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