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|information:4 night min rentals - euro 60 Cleaning fee
July and August: Saturday to Saturday rentals only
This two bedroom / one bathroom apartment is located on the 1st French floor (2nd floor) of a prewar walk up building situated in a small street of the Saint-Lazare district of Avignon. This accommodation is suitable for 4 people. The owner owns the building and has just renovated the whole house.
You enter the building through a small hall with a staircase leading to the different floors of the house. There is an intercom system at the front door.
When you enter the apartment, the lounge is furnished with a blue sofa, two armchairs, and a coffee table. The open kitchen has brand new cabinets and countertops. It is equipped with two electric burners, a microwave a freezer a coffee maker. A counter separates the kitchen from the living area and may be used as a pass-through. There is a dining table seating four.
The two bedrooms are off the living room. Both have Air Conditioning system and are furnished with two twin beds and have a built-in closet. In each room a window faces the former rampart of the Popes' City.
The white-tiled bathroom has a stall shower, a sink with mirror and WC.
Sheets, blankets, duvets, towels and kitchen towels are provided. If needed, a laundromat is available nearby (a few min. walk).
The apartment is available for weekly rentals (from Saturday to Saturday) or as a 'Bed & Breakfast' on a daily basis. Breakfasts will be served by the owner on the first floor of the building, or if you are lucky with the weather (that depends on the season !), in an unexpected private garden, under a wisteria arbor.
Avignon -also known as the Popes' city- has a wealthy historical and artistic heritage. Its formidable stronghold Popes' Palace overlooks the wide expanse of the Rhone River plain and the encircled city. Do not miss the Old Sextier district, which is one of the most typical walks in the heart of Avignon. A few blocks from our charming Bed & Breakfast, it goes from the Place Pie to Rue du Vieux Sextier, a paved street with famous for its paddle wheel. The Belli building, situated on the corner of the Rue des Fourbisseurs is one of the oldest buildings in Avignon. If you want to see one of the most beautiful views of Avignon and its famous uncompleted bridge, you should go the island of Barthelasse. This large island formerly was a refuge for outlaws and deserters in the past centuries. The exceptional view over the city is best admired at sunset ; many paintings and etchings have been made of it. Of course, Avignon is also famous for its summer theater festival. Restaurants, cafés and shops are everywhere.
The closest expressway is the A9, exit Remoulins, 15 minutes drive away, or the A7 exit Avignon North or South. The A9 goes from the Spanish border to Orange. The A7 binds the Italian border to Lyon with connections for all major cities of the south east of France. The closest train station is at Avignon and is served by the TGV (Train Grande Vitesse) that goes to Paris in 2 hours and 40 minutes ! The closest airport is Avignon with 4 daily domestic flights from/to Paris. Most international connections are made through the international airports of Marseille-Marignane or Paris-Charles de Gaulle.