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- 5 persons
- 147 m²
- Avail. : 2022-01-05
Furnished holiday rental in a large old flat of 147m2, fully decorated, on the 4th floor with lift and pretty stone staircase. The flat also has a private parking space in the Pey Berland car park.
You are located in the very centre of Bordeaux, close to the cinema Le Français and a stone's throw from the magnificent Bordeaux Auditorium, the Place Gambetta, the Cours de l'Intendance, shops and restaurants. The tramway, which is particularly secure, is at the bottom of the building and allows you to visit this magnificent city easily.
Furnished holiday rental in a large old apartment of 147m2, finely decorated, on the 4th floor with a lift. It also has a private parking space at the Pey Berland car park.
This property is composed of :
- an entrance
- a living room with 2 sofas, armchairs, coffee table
- a dining room with a table for 8 people, 2 large showcases
- a separate fully equipped kitchen with oven and microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, hob, kettle, Nespressso coffee maker, toaster and everything you need to cook. A table for 4 people and a TV completes it.
- a 1st bedroom with a double bed of 160 x 200 cm, wardrobe and private shower room with towel rail and WC
- a 2nd bedroom with a sofa bed with a very good bedding of 160 x 200 cm, desk, TV, internet/wifi
- a bathroom with a large basin and towel dryer
- a 3rd bedroom with two single beds of 90 x 200 cm, storage space
- an independent WC
Apartment equipped with hairdryer, washing machine, iron and ironing board.
Linen is provided (sheets, towels and tea towels) and the beds are made on your arrival.
A bit of history :
Under the Ancien Regime, hospitals, convents and gardens lined with special constructions prevented the cathedral from being easily connected to the moats of the Stewardship. A direct communication through the grounds of the former Saint André Hospital and the Great Carmelites, leading from the cathedral to the moats of the Intendance, had been envisaged as early as the revolutionary nationalisations, then again during the reign of Louis Philippe. It took shape in 1853 with the breakthrough of the rue Vital Carles.