Cozy, charming and spacious two-room apartment ideally situated in the historical center of Arles, close to the Van Gogh space, the theater and the enchanting place of the town hall. Entirely renovated at the end of 2016 with beautiful and authentic materials, completely furnished and equipped for a comfortable stay. The old stones of Fontvieille (a village in the Alpilles mountains), the high wooden ceilings and the oak parquet preserve the typical charm of a 19th century Provençal house.
‘La Pauseta’ stands for "taking a break" in the old french Provençal dialect.
This apartment is perfect for couples or singles whether to start your romantic escapades or to explore the beautiful Provence and Camargue from here! Available for short term but also for mid-term stays with a special price.
Entirely renovated at the end of 2016 with beautiful and authentic materials, completely furnished and equipped for a comfortable stay. The old stones of Fontvieille (a village in the Alpilles mountains), the high wooden ceilings and the oak parquet preserve the typical charm of a 19th century Provençal house. Atypical mix of contemporary furniture, designer pieces of the fifties and antiques of the late nineteenth century.
Fully-equipped american-style kitchen with bar overlooking the living room (sofa, table with four chairs), bathroom with large shower and WC.
Spacious entrance with cupboards.
Separate bedroom with a new bed (Frame in solid oak with firm and comfy 160cm wide mattress).
The sofa bed of the living room that can accommodate one additional guest.
WIFI, latest generation JBL Bluetooth speakers with minijack cable, washing machine, fridge with freezer, microwave with oven function, two induction hot-plates, cooking utensils, towels and linen.
Individual new heating system. New charming double glazed windows installed at the end of 2016.
You will have access to the entire appartment.
I love Arles so I will be very happy to provide you with all my secret tips and tricks on the local culture in Arles and trips to the surrounding Provence and the Alpilles.
I am a French writer based in Berlin since 2011. I travel a lot over Europe for my work and love to meet new passionate people. I often go back to my native region: the sunny and charming Provence.
I studied philosophy and have a strong interest in social sciences and all kinds of (contemporary) arts, which I try to communicate through my books. Oh, and I love good wine and good food too.