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Réf 06.162

Maison de vacances avec piscine et vue imprenable à St-Jeannet

Location pour 10 personnes

Maison de vacances idéale pour la famille avec enfants située près du village

Maison de vacances avec piscine privée située à la sortie du très charmant village de St-Jeannet. Grand jardin, piscine et pool-house avec douche. Idéal pour les familles avec enfants. Le village est accessible à pied. Située à proximité des attractions majeures telles que la Promenade des Anglais, Marineland, Chapelle Matisse, Saint-Paul, Fondation Maeght, le Festival de Music à Vence, et Festival de Jazz à Juan-les-Pin.

La maison de vacances se compose d'une villa et d’un studio indépendant. La villa dispose de 4 chambres (3 avec lit double et 1 avec lits superposés), 2 salles de bains (1 avec douche, wc et jacuzzi. L'autre avec douche), 2 wc séparés, cuisine américaine et salon avec canapés et coin à manger. Le studio dispose d'un canapé-lit double et salle d’eau avec douche et wc.

Spécifications

Caractéristiques principales

  • Surface : 200 m2
  • Niveau(x) : 1
  • Terrain : 5 000 m2
  • Chambre(s) : 5
  • Salle(s) de bains/ salle(s) d'eau : 3
  • Catégorie de maison: villa
  • Vue vers: Mer et le Baou de Saint Jeannet
  • Chambres

  • Salon
  • Salle à manger
  • 1 Cuisine
  • Chambre(s) 1 :
  • 1 Lit double
  • Chambre(s) 2 :
  • 1 Lit double
  • Chambre(s) 3 :
  • 1 Lit double
  • Chambre(s) 4 :
  • 1 Canapé-lit
  • Chambre(s) 5 :
  • 1 Lit superposé
  • 1 Salle(s) de bains avec toilette
  • 1 Salle(s) d'eau avec toilette
  • 1 Salle(s) d'eau
  • 2 Toilette(s) séparée(s)
  • Emplacement

  • Plage : 18 km
  • Supermarché/épicerie : 1 km
  • Restaurants : 1 km
  • Village le plus proche (St-Jeannet) : 0,8 km
  • Aéroport : 17 km
  • Golf : 25 km
  • Installations extérieures

  • Meubles de jardin
  • Barbecue
  • Chaises longues : 8
  • Parking
  • Terrasse
  • Jardin
  • Terrasse couverte
  • Piscine

  • Piscine: Oui
    Profondeur: 0,6 - 2,5 m
  • Sécurité piscine (Alarme)
  • Enfants

  • lit bébé : 2
  • Chaise haute
  • Cuisine

  • Machine à espresso/cappuccino (Nespresso)
  • Machine à café
  • Technique

  • TV
  • Internet
  • TV satellite
  • Téléphone
  • Ventilateur : 5
  • Appareils électroménagers

  • Lave-vaisselle
  • Lave-linge
  • Divertissement & activités

  • Chaîne stéréo
  • Lecteur DVD
  • Divers

  • Jacuzzi
  • Disponibilités

    • Voyez tarifs semaine 2024

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      36 31/08/2024 2 925 €
      37 07/09/2024 Semaine non disponible
      38 14/09/2024 2 665 €
      39 21/09/2024 2 363 €
      40 28/09/2024 2 257 €
      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      41 05/10/2024 2 257 €
      42 12/10/2024 2 257 €
      43 19/10/2024 1 958 €
      44 26/10/2024 1 958 €
      45 02/11/2024 1 958 €
      46 09/11/2024 1 958 €
      47 16/11/2024 1 958 €
      48 23/11/2024 1 958 €
      49 30/11/2024 1 958 €
      50 07/12/2024 1 958 €
      51 14/12/2024 1 958 €
      52 21/12/2024 2 257 €

    Préstations complémentaires

    A partir de

    1 958 €

    617 €
    Défense de fumer
    Chien non acceptés
    Électricité incluses (été)
    Serviettes piscine à apporter
    Chaise haute (gratuit), en option
    lit bébé (gratuit), en option
    Arrivée après 19h30
    70 €
    EDF l´hiver (en acompte)
    137 € Par semaine
    Ménage final, obligatoire
    175 €
    Location linge et serviettes de toilettes, obligatoire
    25 € Par personne
    16h00
    9h30

    34 AppréciationsIndice moyen de satisfaction : 4,7 En dehors de 5

    5,0Lundi 24 juin 2024 Anonyme - Daleiden (Germany)
    Traduction de allemand fourni par Google Translate La maison, l'emplacement et la piscine étaient absolument magnifiques. Rien sur les photos n'était embelli, au contraire, c'était encore plus beau que prévu....
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    5,0Lundi 30 oct. 2023 Anonyme - Vejle Ø (Denmark)

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    4,1Lundi 24 juil. 2023 Anonyme - Fredericia (Denmark)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate La meilleure chose était le fantastique espace extérieur avec de nombreux coins confortables et de superbes installations, tout l'espace extérieur est très...
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    4,6Lundi 17 juil. 2023 Karsten Rasmussen - Haderslev (Denmark)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate Belle maison avec une vue fantastique dans un cadre magnifique.
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    4,9Jeudi 06 oct. 2022 Linda Pedersen - Vejle Øst (Denmark)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate L'emplacement, la belle vue et la proximité de St. jeannette
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