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Ref.no 06.637

Holiday apartment with private pool in Tourrettes-sur-Loup

Holiday home for 2-4 people

Rural surroundings and sea views

Holiday home situated outside the Medieval village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup in a 360 m altitude with a beautiful panoramic view over the Loup Valley and the Sea. Rural environment with interesting walking paths and sport activities. Restaurants and Festivals in the nearby villages Tourrettes-sur-Loup, Vence, St. Paul de Vence, Grasse and Mougins. The villa is situated in calm and private surroundings with no neighbours overlooking the property. Large closed ground (5000 m2) with large garden (4000 m2) and pool.

The holiday home is part of the owners' villa. The rented part is completely private and so is the pool. The owners might use the pool occasionally when the guests are not there.

Apartment in garden level with kitchen/living room, 1 bedroom with 2 single beds (0,9 x 2 m), covered terrace and bathroom with toilet. Extra room (no windows) with 2 single beds.

The owners have a private entrance to the pool area. The pool is maintained weekly. Cleaning of the apartment can be arranged for 15 EUR/hour. Other services on request.

Please notice! Not air-conditioning in all rooms/bedrooms. See specification under “Rooms”.

Specifications

Key features

  • Accommodation size : 62 m2
  • Level(s) : 1
  • Ground of : 5,000 m2
  • Bedroom(s) : 2
  • Bathroom(s) : 1
  • Type of accomodation: Apartment
  • View to: the loup-valley and the Sea through the valley
  • Rooms

  • 1 Kitchen/living room (A/C)
  • Bedroom(s) 1 :
  • 2 Single beds (90 x 200 cm)
  • Bedroom(s) 2 :
  • 2 Single beds (90 x 190 cm)
  • 1 Bathroom(s) with shower and W.C
  • Location

  • Beach : 21 km
  • Supermarket/grocery store : 5 km
  • Restaurant : 4 km
  • Nearest village : 5 km
  • Nearest airport : 26 km
  • Tennis : 5 km
  • Golf : 15 km
  • Outdoor facilities

  • Outdoor shower
  • Garden furniture
  • Sun loungers
  • Terrace : 15 m2
  • Covered terrace
  • Pool

  • Pool 13,1 x 4,1 m
    Depth: 1 - 1,5 m
  • Pool safety (Fence)
  • Children

  • Child cot (on request)
  • Kitchen

  • Coffee machine
  • Technology

  • TV
  • Air conditioning in the living room
  • Internet access (Wifi)
  • Satellite TV
  • Heating of the holiday home

  • Electric heating
  • Household appliances

  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave oven + mini oven
  • Entertainment & activity

  • Stereo
  • DVD
  • Availability

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      Week Arrival Discount
      25 6/15/2024 Week occupied
      26 6/22/2024 Week occupied
      27 6/29/2024 20% 1,612 € 1,289 €
      28 7/6/2024 10% 1,612 € 1,451 €
      29 7/13/2024 10% 1,612 € 1,451 €
      Week Arrival Discount
      30 7/20/2024 5% 1,612 € 1,531 €
      31 7/27/2024 Week occupied
      32 8/3/2024 Week occupied
      33 8/10/2024 Week occupied
      34 8/17/2024 5% 1,529 € 1,453 €
      35 8/24/2024 5% 1,433 € 1,362 €

    Price details

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    816 €

    No smoking
    Dog not allowed
    Pool towels have to be brought along
    Electricity winter
    on consumption
    Electricity (>56 kw/week)
    on consumption
    Final cleaning, obligatory
    82 €
    Babybed (free of charge), optional
    Linen and towel rental, obligatory
    29 € per person
    4.00 pm
    10.00 am

    10 ReviewsAverage satisfaction rating: 4.4 Out of 5

    4.1Monday 01 Aug 2022 Anonymous - Holbæk (Denmark)
    Translation from danish provided by Google Translate The location of the holiday home is super beautiful with a view of the Mediterranean. The pool is absolutely fantastically lovely - and cleaned with pool...
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    3.6Monday 25 Jul 2022 Anonymous - Hillerød (Denmark)

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    4.6Monday 24 Aug 2020 Mikkel Wittrup Kruse - Vedbæk (Denmark)
    Translation from danish provided by Google Translate Location, views, perfect for a family with two adults and a small child. The pool was fantastic, nice big and completely private.
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    4.9Monday 21 Aug 2017 Anonymous - Oxford (England)
    The pool, the tranquility and the whole surroundings...
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    3.6Monday 24 Jul 2017 Anonymous - Vejen (Denmark)
    Translation from danish provided by Google Translate Lovely private area - also pool. Very very pleasant hostess. Lovely view - security in the top :)
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