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Das Haus ist ein Haus der Thais in der Regel Arlésienne für 4-6 Personen.
Auf zwei Etagen durch eine Steintreppe zu erreichen gebaut.
Die Vermietung Haus ist auf 5 rue Bibion im bezaubernden Viertel von Roquette in der historischen Gegend von Arles. Sie können alle Sehenswürdigkeiten der Stadt zu Fuß zu besuchen.
Das vollklimatisierte Haus, im Herbst 2013 renoviert besteht
- Das Erdgeschoss ein Wohnzimmer und eine Küche von 25m2
- Auf der ersten Etage in einem Raum von 15m2 mit einem Bett von 160/200, ein Bürobereich, ein Badezimmer mit Dusche und WC.
- Auf der zweiten Etage eine Suite von 23m2, ein Zwischengeschoss 9m2 und 160/200cm Bett, ein Wohnzimmer mit einem Schlafsofa für 2 Personen, Dusche und WC
WIFI - Bettwäsche - 3 Park Free Public 70m und 200m
Die Häuser der Thais können Sie im Herzen der Stadt zu Fuß erkunden zu bleiben, die Arena, das antike Theater, die Büste des Kaisers, das Van Gogh-Stiftung, fotografischen Rencontres d'Arles, die Feria, das Fest der Suds à Arles, Avignon ... entdecken, Aix en Provence, Le Pont du Gard, Marseille, Alpilles, die Camargue Park ...
Das Haus der Thais bietet einen persönlichen Empfang, indem Sie, all die guten Restaurants findet, Spaziergänge, Ausflüge zu der Zeit. Cheers, Alban und Thais
30€ de ménage est facturé en plus de la location.
Wir waren mit drei Kindern in dem Haus und hatten es wirklich toll. Durch die zentrale Lage braucht man kein Auto Inder Stadt. Allerdings ist das Parken jetzt kostenpflichtig. Alban war immer ansprechbar, das Haus gepflegt und es gab genug Wäsche und Geschirr. Wir kommen gerne wieder!
The host, Alban, was quite welcoming and waited at the house to meet us (even though we were lost at first and a bit late because of that). He gave us good information about what was nearby, and the best place to park. He was easily available during our stay when we had questions. The house was clean and there were plenty of towels and fresh linens.
The house is very old, a stone house, that has been restored and remodelled. The bedrooms were lovely, each with its own bathroom, and there was plenty of hot water. The pictures on the website can be a bit confusing because two different properties are shown, and the pictures are mixed together. For instance, we thought this house had a living room separate from the kitchen because of the pictures, but it doesn't. The heat worked well, which was good, because we stayed in Arles in late winter/early spring and the nights were very cool. However, we found it was necessary to keep the windows open a bit because of the indoor air quality. This house smells very strongly of dampness (wet limestone?) and sewer gas, especially if you open the cupboard under the sink in the kitchen for any reason. Maybe this was just because it was winter, but it was the one down side to staying here. On the up side, it was close to historic monuments, the market, and everything we wanted to see, so excellent location.
The neighbourhood felt safe, and it was easy to get daily needs with a small bakery nearby, and stores within easy walking distance.
I would stay here again.
One reviewer said the stairs are not for the faint of heart. The stairs are awesome. Steep, yes. Stone, yes. Narrow, yes. That's what you expect in an old house like this. It is well-renovated, and comfortable.
We have two young boys so we all stayed on the upper floors so they would not have to navigate the stairs at night. We did not even use the middle floor bedroom; another small family or couple could have stayed with us.
The main floor is a bit tight, but manageable. Wi-Fi provided. No TV.
Nearby are two boulangeries and a take-out pizza place. Also easy access to plenty of restaurants.
On Friday nights, be careful about parking as the marché is along the nearby avenue under the trees on Saturday. But there is ample other parking nearby. it's a good marché, with trinkets as well as all the food you'd want to find.
Most of the historic parts of Arles are within walking distance for a 3-year-old. Also easy to get to Nimes, Avignon, Les-Baux-en-Provence, etc by car.
Enjoy your stay!
The House of Eloise was just one of our average stays in France. The bedrooms and bathrooms were very clean, however the kitchen appeared not inviting to cook in. There were a few major things wrong with the unit: Internet did not work for our 3 day visit, washing machine was broken our entire three day visit, and the second floor shower handle was broken the entire 3 day visit - you had to manually hold the hand held shower head over your head. The owner did offer to wash and dry our clothes while we were there and the service was wonderful. We would rent hear again if the three items discussed were fixed. I would say the stone stairs in this ancient house are NOT for the faint of heart.
Van Gogh Stiftung, fotografische Begegnungen, Die Schaum in Arles