Holiday house on the edge of the Havre de la Vanlée
About this Holiday rental
This lovely holiday home renovated in 2021 is located on the edge of the Havre de la Vanlée, a remarkable natural site. This holiday cottage for 6 people is integrated into a pleasant garden to allow you to fully enjoy this privileged location at the entrance of the salt fields.
On the ground floor: a living room, an open kitchen (oven, microwave, induction hobs, dishwasher, fridge/freezer. . . ), a bedroom with a double bed of 160 x 200, an Italian-style shower room with WC.
Upstairs: two bedrooms with single beds of 90 x 200, a bathroom and separate toilets. A mezzanine is also furnished as a TV lounge.
Outside: a lovely garden with various relaxation areas, an orchard, and the immediate view of Le Havre offering an impression of total change of scenery at high tide. Attention the outside will require parents of small children a special supervision due to the proximity of the water. Parking. Laundry in the garage.
Wifi. Rent of sheets, towels on request. Cleaning service optional.
RATES 2022 per week:
LOW SEASON: 980 €
MEDIUM SEASON: 1100 €
HIGH SEASON: 1450 €
VERY HIGH SEASON: 1600 €
+Application fee 50 €/contract, and tourist tax
- Stunning view of the harbour
- 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom on the ground floor
- very pleasant exterior
Address of the accommodation
Type of property : House , individual, floor
Area : 80 m2
Lift (elevator) : Non
Number of rooms: 3
Sleeps: 6 persons
Kitchen : Living room / kitchen
Living room: Oui
Living room: Oui
Baby equipment : Oui
Parking: Private parking
Payment : Holiday vouchers, CB, Check, Cash, Transfer,
Chambre indépendante N°1 : 1 x 160 cm,
Chambre indépendante N°2 : 2 x 90 cm,
Chambre indépendante N°3 : 2 x 90 cm,
- Internet connection
- Private washing machine
- Coffee maker
Cliffs of Champeaux, the Vauban hut in Carolles
The Abbey of La Lucerne
Le Havre de la Vanlée (salt meadow sheep, picking of samphire)
Fishing on foot, at sea, sliding sports such as kitesurfing, sailing, surfing, paddle, kayaking. . .