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Four bedroom villa (plus mezzanine) with private pool in prestigious development just 1.5km from the beach and resort of Moliets Plage.

Weekly Rental: From EUR 752 to EUR 4990

4.67 (3 traveller reviews)

Property: Villas with pools
Max. People: 10
Single/Double: 6 / 2
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Allowed
Pool: Yes

Description of Property

Owner

Contact Owner
Christophe Chennetier
Phone: 01686 689879
Mobile: 01686 689879

General Information

Changeover Day:
Arrive any day for any duration (minimum 4 nights) except 21/7-15/9/18 when Saturday arrival/departure only.
Sleeps:
10
Pets Allowed:
Yes
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes

Accommodation

Single Beds:
6
Double Beds:
2
Sofa Beds:
Cots:
Bathrooms:
3
Separate WCs:
1
Dining Room Chairs
Lounge Seats

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Dish Washer High Chair Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Tumble Dryer Log Fire TV Satellite WiFi

Location Information

This Property is situated in Landes, Aquitaine

Nearest Airport: Biarritz (1 hour), Bordeaux (1 hour 45 minutes)
Nearest Station: Dax (35 minutes)
Nearest Ferry:
Nearest Beach: 1.5km
Nearest Ski Resort:

Owner

Contact Owner
Christophe Chennetier
Phone: 01686 689879
Mobile: 01686 689879

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
A Jul 20, 2019 Jul 26, 2019 7 EUR 3680.00
B Jul 27, 2019 Aug 2, 2019 7 EUR 4284.00
C Aug 3, 2019 Aug 9, 2019 7 EUR 4716.00
D Aug 10, 2019 Aug 16, 2019 7 EUR 4761.00
E Aug 17, 2019 Aug 23, 2019 7 EUR 3771.00
F Aug 24, 2019 Aug 30, 2019 7 EUR 2871.00

Special Rental Conditions

CHANGEOVER DAYS
Saturday (27/7/19 to14/9/19). Outside these dates any day arrival with minimum duration of 4 nights except between 6/7 and 27/7/19 when 7 nights. Check-in between 5- 8pm. Check-out before 10am.

INCLUDED IN THE RENT
Bed linen, towels and tea towels
Water and electricity

OTHER CHARGES
Obligatory charges payable on arrival
Holiday tax: (taxe de sejour) 1.12€ per person per day
Refundable security deposit: 750€ (card swipe)
Refundable cleaning deposit 144-288€ according to property size

Optional prebookable extras, payable on arrival
Cot 5€ per day or 25€ per week, high chair 5€ per day or 15€ per week or baby pack (cot and high chair) 29€ per week
Pets 5€ per pet per day or 25€ per pet per week
Daily cleaning service 39€ per property per day
Mid stay cleaning service 49€ per property
End of stay cleaning 144€-288€ according to property size.

Other information
No barbecues (due to fire risk). Electric plancha available at reception 7€ per day or 30€ per week

Owner

Contact Owner
Christophe Chennetier
Phone: 01686 689879
Mobile: 01686 689879

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Property Exterior

Private Pool (Unheated):
Yes
Pool Barrier / Alarm Fitted:
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
Near a Beach:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Owner

Contact Owner
Christophe Chennetier
Phone: 01686 689879
Mobile: 01686 689879

Local Attractions

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
Beaches
Situated on a coastline famous for its long, sandy shore that seems to stretch unbroken far into the distance, Moliets boasts some of the best beaches in south-west France, backed by wild sand dunes and washed by the exhilarating Atlantic.
The Plage des Chênes-Lièges (Cork Oak Beach) is the closest to the accommodation (1300m & 1500m). Just beyond walking distance for most, there is limited car parking, but many make use of the cycle path from the residence and head to the beach on bikes. The beach is not supervised outside July and August.
The Plage Principale (Main Beach) is situated a very short distance up the coast, but with a circuitous route (2.5km) to get to it is probably best reached by car (plenty of parking, but can get very busy), or bike (cycle path cuts across the golf course). Behind the dunes can be found a selection of beach-side bars, restaurants and shops, handy if you have forgotten something, or simply want a break from the beach.
The waves and rollers of the Atlantic Ocean can be very exciting, but also dangerous. You should only enter the water in designated areas where it is supervised by lifeguards, and obey the safety flags.

Surfing
Moliets boasts some of the best surfing conditions along this stretch of coast. Beginners can learn with the beach surf school which also offers body-boarding and stand-up paddling.

Markets
A traditional market is held every Saturday morning in the village. Plus, in high season there is an evening market and a small farmers’ market held in conjunction with the folklore evening.

Folklore evenings
In high season these offer a mix of local Landaise traditions including stilt walking (shepherds once used stilts to herd their sheep across the marshy ground) and the neighbouring Basque sport of pelote. This fast and exciting ball game is played with either racket or bare hand against a wall, or ‘fronton’ - a common sight across south-west France where the court often doubles as the village square.

Golf
With the reputation as one of the finest courses in France (designed by the renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Senior), Moliets has a 9 as well as an 18-hole course offering a mix of tree-lined fairways and links holes between the dunes.

Cycling
With a largely flat (at worst gently rolling) landscape and a network of car-free cycle ways, the area surrounding Moliets is a joy to discover by bike, from deep forests to sleepy villages and small inland lakes to empty stretches of coastline.

Courant d'Huchet (Huchet Creek) Nature Reserve
Blessed with an extraordinary landscape and remarkable flora and fauna the Courant d'Huchet Nature Reserve winds its way to the sea at Moliets from the nearby inland lake at Léon, through a luxurious marshy jungle that has earned the name of ‘The Amazon of the Landes’. This almost tropical forest of exceptional beauty can be explored on foot, by canoe or on board a small, flat-bottomed boat.

Adrenaline Parc, Moliets
A well-established venue for a choice of paintballing, quad-biking or tree-top zip- wire adventures. The experience is reflected in the name!

DAY TRIP IDEAS
Biarritz
Biarritz, renowned for its surfing beaches and 'Belle Époque' architecture, is one of the most iconic resorts in France. Long a favourite haunt of the rich and famous, it was popularised by the Edwardian English who took their holidays in south-west France once the railway opened up continental Europe to visitors. Nearby Bayonne, close to the Spanish border, has a distinctly Basque feel. With its white-washed houses and red and green shutters, reminiscent of the colours of the Basque flag, the town is famous for Bayonne ham. A little further along the coast is Saint Jean de Luz, oozing style and elegance with its chic boutiques, sea-water spa centres and art galleries.

Les Landes Forest
From Moliets you can venture inland to explore one of Europe's largest forests. Historically this area was marshland of little agricultural use, supporting wandering shepherds and their flocks which produced distinctive salt lamb. Reclaimed 150 years ago, this area was planted with pines growing to become what we now know as the forest of Les Landes, where glimpses of the old Landais ways can still be observed.

San Sebastian
The jewel in the crown of the Spanish Basque region, San Sebastian enjoys an outstanding setting located behind a sweeping, sheltered beach guarded by a rocky promontory at one end and the fascinating old town at the other. It is here you will discover just why the town has the reputation of being one of the top culinary destinations in Europe, by wandering through the narrow streets early afternoon and calling at your choice of the many lively bars to sample some of the finest tapas you will find anywhere.

The French Basque region
Stretching from the lush foothills of the Pyrenees to the rugged coastline, the Basque region offers beautiful, often dramatic, scenery and attractive villages with Alpine-style houses and distinctive 'frontons' - open-air courts with a high end wall where the ball game of pelote is regularly played. These often double as market squares and a general hub of village life. A region so unlike anywhere else in France.

Owner

Contact Owner
Christophe Chennetier
Phone: 01686 689879
Mobile: 01686 689879


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