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Ref.no 06.401

House with pool in La Roquette-sur-Siagne

Holiday house for 6 persons

Walking distance to a charming village

The villa is situated only 700 m from the old and charming village La Roquette where you amongst other things can get your bread in the morning or fresh vegetables. There is also a post office, a pharmacy and a local bar, where you can enjoy a glass of the local wine. Only 15 min. away (by car) you will find the famous film festival city of Cannes. A few kilometres away are Mougins and Moans Sartoux with many good restaurants and shops.

The two story Provancal style villa is furnished partly in modern style. On the upper floor there are 3 bedrooms (2 with double beds and 1 with two single beds). The master bedroom has en-suite bathroom. The floor contains, furthermore, a bathroom with bath/shower and a separate toilet. From two of the three bedrooms you have a view to the sea over the hills with eucalyptus trees, or if you prefer a view to the mountains you will find this on the upper terrace. A Provancal kitchen, a spacious living room, a dining room with open fireplace and a separate toilet are located on the first floor, from where you also have a view to the Mediterranean. From the well-equipped kitchen you can easily get to the calm green dining area in the backyard via the barbeque place (Weber gas grill). In the basement there is a garage for 3-4 cars and a separate toilet.

The decorative pool with sun beds is located on the seaside of the house. On the open terrace in front of the house you can relax in a soft sofa and enjoy your holiday.

10% discount for two weeks rentals

Specifications

Key features

  • Accommodation size : 130 m2
  • Level(s) : 2
  • Ground of : 430 m2
  • Bedroom(s) : 3
  • Bathroom(s) : 2
  • Rooms

  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • 1 Kitchen
  • Bedroom 1 (A/C) :
  • 2 Single beds
  • Bedroom 2 (A/C) :
  • 1 Double bed
  • Bedroom 3 (A/C) :
  • 1 Double bed
  • 1 Bathroom(s) with tub
  • 1 Bathroom(s) with shower and W.C
  • 3 Separate toilet(s)
  • Location

  • Beach : 7 km
  • Shopping : 2 km
  • Restaurant : 1.3 km
  • Nearest town Mougins, 3 km.
  • Nearest village La Roquettes, 0,7 km.
  • Nearest airport Nice : 25 km
  • Tennis : 3 km
  • Golf : 3 km
  • Horse riding : 3 km
  • Railway station (Mouans-Sartoux) : 3.5 km
  • Outdoor facilities

  • Garden furniture (Wood)
  • Barbecue (Gas)
  • Sun loungers : 6
  • Sunshade
  • Garage 3-4 cars
  • Sunblind : 2
  • Terrace (Covered) with sunblind : 16 m2
  • Closed garden : 125 m2
  • 2nd Terrace (Covered) with sunblind : 16 m2
  • 3rd Terrace with dining table : 20 m2
  • Lounge furniture 5 pers
  • Garden furniture 2 (Wood)
  • Pool

  • Pool: Yes
    Pool size: 6 x 5 m
    Depth: 1,4 - 1,6 m
  • Pool safety (Alarm)
  • Children

  • Child cot (With duvet, pillow and linen)
  • High chair
  • Kitchen

  • Kitchen towels and dishcloth available
  • Technology

  • TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Internet access (Wifi)
  • Household appliances

  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Espresso/cappuccino machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Entertainment & activity

  • Stereo
  • DVD
  • TV channels (Only national)
  • DVDs available for children
  • Miscellaneous

  • Duvets : 6
  • Hair dryer 2
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Availability

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      27 7/1/2017 2,938 €
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      30 7/22/2017 2,938 €
      31 7/29/2017 2,938 €
      32 8/5/2017 2,938 €
      33 8/12/2017 2,791 €
      34 8/19/2017 2,497 €
      35 8/26/2017 2,497 €

    Price details

    From

    1,470 €

    Swimming pool/beach towels are included
    Dog not allowed
    Final cleaning, obligatory
    96 €
    Linen and towel rental, obligatory
    20 € per person
    Electricity & water
    41 € per week
    4.00 pm
    10.00 am

    21 ReviewsAverage satisfaction rating: 4.7 Out of 5

    5.0Monday 25 Jul 2016 Anonymous - Aabybro (Denmark)
    Translation from danish provided by Google Translate Great views and great atmosphere both outside and inside - highly recommended
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    4.5Monday 31 Aug 2015 Anonymous - ME16 0HD (England)
    The area allowed us to visit lots of places during our stay as the links to major routes was very good. Also the view from the terrace and upper balcony are...
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    5.0Monday 17 Aug 2015 Anonymous - Bernau OT Schönow (Germany)
    Translation from german provided by Google Translate It was a great holiday and we were very pleased with the accommodations. The accommodation was in a great location. Quiet but central. To the beach and to the...
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    5.0Monday 27 Jul 2015 Anonymous - Oslo (Norway)

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    5.0Wednesday 15 Jul 2015 Grethe Nielsen - Bramming (Denmark)
    Translation from danish provided by Google Translate Well-equipped and well-equipped accommodation that fit 6 adults. Garden, pool and outdoor facilities top notch. The view from the house is nothing less than...
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