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Large 16th Century Townhouse in Ceret, Pyrenees-Orientales

Weekly Rental:From EUR 500 to EUR 600

Property

Houses

Sleeps

6

Single/Double

1 (Mezzanine Pulls out and can sleep 2) / 2

Bathrooms

3

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

No

Large 16th Century Townhouse in Ceret, Pyrenees-Orientales - Sleeps 5/6

Once two townhouses, this spacious16th Century maison de ville has been classically refurbished while retaining the traditional french features such as stone coving, wooden ceiling beams and the original terracotta floor tiles.
This large three-story house offers plenty of comfortable living space on each of the two floors above the ground floor entrance and rez-de-chaussee with toilet and shower.
The first floor consists of a compact kitchen, dining room and living room with WiFi and satellite TV with movies, A/C, and portable fans for warm weather.
Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, a mezzanine area and a lobby area perfect for working on a laptop, separate WC and bath/shower rooms and an automatic washing machine.
Just imagine dining al fresco on the terrace with panoramic views!
Because of the many stairs and balconies, this house is not suitable for children from 6 months to 5 years of age.

Outside Amenities:  To the rear of this town house each of the two bedrooms has a balcony, one of them large enough to sit out and relax. The main outdoor space is on the roof terrace which has a large, new gas barbeque, two lounge chairs and a table-for-six and chairs. From the terrace one can enjoy views of tiled rooftops and the surrounding hills beyond.

Surrounding Area:  This charming home enjoys the perfect location to explore this delightfully shady, yet bustling town. Visitors may wish to begin their day with the bakery that opens at 7am and is 30 seconds away from our door. There is a large public pool 10 minutes walk from house. Extensive public market Saturday mornings, 2 minutes from house.
From the Easter Procession to the Cherry Festival in June, there is always plenty to see and do in Ceret itself. You will certainly enjoy the fountains, cafe terraces, the Museum of Modern Art, public swimming pool, bullring which doubles as a sardane dancing venue, sports grounds and the busy year-round Saturday market. On summer Tuesday evenings there is an artisan market in the town centre. Ceret is a quiet town and Rue de Vieux Ceret is too narrow for cars, so 16bis is very peaceful. It is a convenient distance from nearby towns further west up the Tech River valley or east all the way (40 minutes) to the historical city of Perpignan. There is an excellent bus service in both directions and the fare is €1, or buy a weekly ticket for €8. You don't need a car to explore the area or to get to Ceret from airports in Perpignan, Carcassone or even Barcelona and Girona, Spain. There is a daily bus that drives through villages and down to Argeles-sur-Mer on the Mediterranean Sea. With a car one can explore the villages in the Pyrenees and perhaps in 20 minutes cross the border into Spain.

PRICES:  

June/July/August €600/week
April/May/September €500/week
Reduced rates for longer or off-season rentals.

 

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Dish Washer Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Air Cond Internet Access

External Features

BBQ Sun Loungers : Yes

Other Interior Facilities

Fibre Optic WiFi.

Wood granules ceramic fire in winter, plus A/C/heat.

Local Attractions

This charming home enjoys the perfect location to explore this delightfully shady, yet bustling town. Visitors may wish to begin their day with the bakery that opens at 7am and is 30 seconds away from our door. From the Easter Procession to the Cherry Festival in June, there is always plenty to see and do in Ceret itself.

There is a large public pool 10 minutes walk from house.
extensive public market Saturday mornings, 2 minutes from house.

You will certainly enjoy the fountains, cafe terraces, the Museum of Modern Art, public swimming pool, bullring which doubles as a sardane dancing venue, sports grounds and the busy year-round Saturday market. On summer Tuesday evenings there is an artisan market in the town centre. Ceret is a quiet town and Rue de Vieux Ceret is too narrow for cars, so 16bis is very peaceful. It is a convenient distance from nearby towns further west up the Tech River valley or east all the way (40 minutes) to the historical city of Perpignan. There is an excellent bus service in both directions and the fare is €1, or buy a weekly ticket for €8. You don't need a car to explore the area or to get to Ceret from airports in Perpignan, Carcassone or even Barcelona and Girona, Spain. There is a daily bus that drives through villages and down to Argeles-sur-Mer on the Mediterranean Sea. With a car one can explore the villages in the Pyrenees and perhaps in 20 minutes cross the border into Spain.

Special Rental Conditions

PRICES:

June/July/August €600/week
April/May/September €500/week
Reduced rates for longer or off-season rentals.

The rental fee depends on the season and the length of time requested; 25% of fee secures the booking and the balance is paid 6 weeks before occupancy, plus a €150 returnable deposit;

Linen is provided; wood granules are extra if required for March and October lets.

Availability: This property is available for longer rentals: March to October

This property is available for weekly summer holiday rentals.

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Property Exterior

BBQ:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes

Local Attractions

This charming home enjoys the perfect location to explore this delightfully shady, yet bustling town. Visitors may wish to begin their day with the bakery that opens at 7am and is 30 seconds away from our door. From the Easter Procession to the Cherry Festival in June, there is always plenty to see and do in Ceret itself.

There is a large public pool 10 minutes walk from house.
extensive public market Saturday mornings, 2 minutes from house.

You will certainly enjoy the fountains, cafe terraces, the Museum of Modern Art, public swimming pool, bullring which doubles as a sardane dancing venue, sports grounds and the busy year-round Saturday market. On summer Tuesday evenings there is an artisan market in the town centre. Ceret is a quiet town and Rue de Vieux Ceret is too narrow for cars, so 16bis is very peaceful. It is a convenient distance from nearby towns further west up the Tech River valley or east all the way (40 minutes) to the historical city of Perpignan. There is an excellent bus service in both directions and the fare is €1, or buy a weekly ticket for €8. You don't need a car to explore the area or to get to Ceret from airports in Perpignan, Carcassone or even Barcelona and Girona, Spain. There is a daily bus that drives through villages and down to Argeles-sur-Mer on the Mediterranean Sea. With a car one can explore the villages in the Pyrenees and perhaps in 20 minutes cross the border into Spain.

In the area

This Property is situated in Pyrenees-Orientales, Languedoc-Roussillon

Nearest Airport: Perpignan 25 kms

Nearest Station: Perpignan 25 kms

Nearest Ferry: Santander or Cherbourg

Nearest Beach: Argeles-sur-Mer

Nearest Ski Resort:

Please note that the location on this map is an approximate guide, normally to the closest town or village.


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