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Ref.no 83.841

Charming holiday home with pool within walking distance to Fayence

Holiday home for 4-6 people

Just a few minutes' walk from shops, restaurants etc. in the medieval city of Fayence

Charming holiday house located in the heart of the cozy village of Fayence - only a 5 minute walk from both restaurants, bars, ice cream shop, shopping and charming little streets and alleys. Twice a week during the summer months there is a festive street market in the village square and throughout the summer there are many events in the village. Nearby you can hike, bike, play golf, tennis or go swimming in the large lake, Lac de Saint Cassien.

The house is beautifully situated on a quiet little road and has private parking for 1 car. From the garden and pool you can enjoy the beautiful views over the village and the valley below. You enter the property through an electric gate. A few steps lead down to the entrance and the garden where there is a large gazebo with comfortable outdoor furniture. One level down is the large pool area with a large pool, sun deck and gazebo where you can relax in the shade. In front of the house there is another covered terrace with garden furniture and a BBQ where you can prepare your outdoor meals.

The house is on 2 levels and consists of a ground floor/entrance level with 1 bathroom with shower and toilet, 1 bedroom with double bed, 1 living room with sofas and 1 double bed (can be used as a separate bedroom) and another bedroom with double bed. Stairs lead down to the garden level with a large kitchen/dining room and a bathroom with shower and 1 separate toilet.. From the kitchen area there is direct access to the terrace with dining table.

Various outdoor activities such as basketball nets, boules and table tennis.

Specifications

Key features

  • Accommodation size : 130 m2
  • Level(s) : 2
  • Ground of : 1,500 m2
  • Bedroom(s) : 3
  • Bathroom(s) : 2
  • Type of accomodation: villa
  • View to: The village and the valley below
  • Rooms

  • Living room(s) with bed-settee 1 (A/C) :
  • 1 Double bed (160 x 200 cm)
  • 1 Kitchen/living room
  • Bedroom(s) 1 (A/C) :
  • 1 Double bed (160 x 200 cm)
  • Bedroom(s) 2 (A/C) :
  • 1 Double bed (160 x 200 cm)
  • 1 Bathroom(s) with shower and W.C
  • 1 Bathroom(s) with shower
  • 1 Separate toilet(s)
  • Location

  • Beach : 35 km
  • Supermarket/grocery store : 0.5 km
  • Restaurant : 0.5 km
  • Nearest village : 0.5 km
  • Nearest airport : 60 km
  • Tennis : 1 km
  • Golf : 8 km
  • Railway station : 35 km
  • Lake/river/public pool : 12 km
  • Outdoor facilities

  • Outdoor shower
  • Garden furniture
  • Barbecue (Gas)
  • Sun loungers
  • Terrace
  • Closed garden
  • Covered terrace
  • Lounge furniture
  • Pergola
  • Pool

  • Pool: Yes
    Pool size: 10 x 4 m
    Depth: 0,7 - 1,9 m
  • Pool open all year
  • Pool safety (Alarm)
  • Parking

  • Closed parking
  • Kitchen

  • Coffee machine
  • Electric kettle
  • Technology

  • TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Internet access (Wifi)
  • Fan
  • Apple TV
  • Heating of the holiday home

  • Heating type (Electricity)
  • Household appliances

  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Entertainment & activity

  • Table tennis
  • Boules
  • Apple TV
  • Miscellaneous

  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Availability

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      Week Arrival Discount
      24 6/8/2024 15% 2,143 € 1,822 €
      25 6/15/2024 Week occupied
      26 6/22/2024 10% 2,411 € 2,170 €
      27 6/29/2024 5% 2,678 € 2,544 €
      28 7/6/2024 Week occupied
      29 7/13/2024 Week occupied
      30 7/20/2024 Week occupied
      31 7/27/2024 Week occupied
      32 8/3/2024 Week occupied
      33 8/10/2024 Week occupied
      34 8/17/2024 Week occupied
      35 8/24/2024 Week occupied
      36 8/31/2024 Week occupied
      37 9/7/2024 2,143 €
      Week Arrival Discount
      38 9/14/2024 1,876 €
      39 9/21/2024 1,742 €
      40 9/28/2024 1,742 €
      41 10/5/2024 1,742 €
      42 10/12/2024 1,742 €
      43 10/19/2024 Week occupied
      44 10/26/2024 Week occupied
      45 11/2/2024 1,341 €
      46 11/9/2024 1,341 €
      47 11/16/2024 1,341 €
      48 11/23/2024 1,341 €
      49 11/30/2024 1,341 €
      50 12/7/2024 1,341 €
      51 12/14/2024 1,341 €
      52 12/21/2024 1,742 €

    Price details

    From

    1,340 €

    1.029 €
    Internet access
    No smoking
    Dog not allowed
    High chair (free of charge), optional
    Babybed (free of charge), optional
    Electricity & water
    77 € per week
    Linen and towel rental, obligatory
    25 € per person
    Final cleaning, obligatory
    206 €
    4.00 pm
    10.00 am
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