This lovely "échoppe" is a typical three-four stone house, with its beautiful terrace and a pleasant coutyard. Its decoration is both original and refined. Located in a quiet of the Nansouty neighborhood, near the busy Capucins food market.
The house has been fully renovated and is air-conditioned. It is very clear and opens both unto the street and, at the back, onto a private terrace.
The central 30sqm room, both a living and dining room, leads to the terrace on one side as well as a fully-equipped kitchen giving onto the street.
On the first floor is the master bedroom and its own private bathroom with a shower.
On the ground-court level, there is another bedroom opening onto the court, with a bathroom and a utility room.
You will be able to have lunch as you wish, on the terrace or in the court, as both are equipped with garden furniture.
There is a large, queen-size bed in the master bedroom, a standard double bed in the courtyard bedroom as well as a convertible sofa in the living room, which can turn into a double bed if need.
The rate includes electricity and heating, sheets and bath towels and a few basic foodstuffs, such as oil and vinegar, salt and pepper.
Located in a quiet street of the Nansouty neighborhood, which is part of the UNESCO heritage area. It stands a fifteen-minute walk from the train station and near the busy Capucin food market, close to a shopping area and different bus stops (to downtown Bordeaux and the train station) as well as bike-rental docking stations.
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J'adore voyager, en 2015 je suis allé en Inde et en Sicile. J'aime bien également les petites escapades sur 3 ou 4 jours dans les différentes villes européennes, en novembre dernier Madrid.