2 chambres, 3 salle de bains Avec Vues Close-up de l'Unesco au patrimoine mondial
Particulier / consommateur
- anglais, français
Salle(s) de bain
Dispositifs de sécurité
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Équipements de loisirs
Soirées/évènements non autorisés
Animaux non bienvenus
Non adaptée aux enfants
Suitable only for children over the age of 7.
Âge minimum du vacancier principal:12
Occupants maximums:4 (peut accueillir jusqu’à 4 adultes)
All adult guests will be required to send a copy of their passport prior to arrival. No exceptions.
The complete rental agreement will be emailed & must be reviewed, initialed on all pages, signed, dated then returned prior to arrival. No Exceptions.
Final cleaning fee of 150 euros due upon arrival in cash.
Les réservations annulées ne seront pas remboursées.
Historical Setting-Surrounded by French Empire
My wife and I can't say enough about this absolutely fabulous property.From the moment you step inside the front door--you will only gasp at what treasures lie before you.
Everything in this 18th century pied a terre has been completely restored to the highest standars of modern day comfort, without losing any character of the original structure. The location with an ancient Roman Arena, sitting right outside our window, is perfect for enjoying all the wonderful local restaurants, not to mention two market days a week, with local produce any gourmet cook would give his R arm for. This was our second time to visit in Provence, and without a doubt, it has been one of our best vacations ever.
Thank you to Vivian and Patrick for sharing this wondrous home with us. Au revoir.--Dr. Paul and Bonnie Wilson--Vancouver BC Canada.
This is a somewhat extraordinary house, just steps from the famous Roman Arena. It is almost over equipped with machinery: heating, air conditioning, washer/dryer, dishwasher and every possible kitchen appliance. Like everywhere in Arles it involves circular stairs but they are well lit and all have hand railings. The drawbacks: the living room opens directly onto to the street, the Arena and neighbouring gift shop with a huge shopfront type window so passing tourists are sharing your cocktails! The kitchen is in the basement (more stairs) and hence is somewhat gloomy. We managed to miss the demand for “Additional Information” way down on the VRBO site requiring 150 more Euros in cash for cleaning, a lengthy contract and passport pictures—only missing a request for fingerprints! We were also frustrated by a lack of accurate information about car access to the house. Although the rental includes a free parking space some blocks away there were restrictions on any cars entering central Arles as of May 1 without a special pass. Although we spoke to the owner 3 times on the day we arrived (May 9) there was no mention of this making getting ourselves and our luggage to the house next to impossible. The owner arrived the following day with the required pass so was obviously aware of this procedure. There is also a quite cheap municipal parking lot (free at night) much nearer the house than the free spot provided. Once we found the house (on foot) the owners were very gracious about helping us deal with the car and our luggage but lacking accurate information in advance was frustrating.
We are happy that you enjoyed your overall experience and stay at our property.
Sorry again for the oversight of the city installed barriers preventing driving into the restricted historical district which was put in place to reduce pollution and harm to the Roman Arena and Theatre which are monuments aging over 2000 years. As you mentioned, we do provide a parking space which all of our guests use then they take the easy 5-10 minute walk to our front door.
Stairs within the house are advertised and photos sre shown but, of course, people of a certain age like you 84 years young may find it a bit challenging.
Regarding the kitchen it is very well lit with a 12 arm antique Murano chandelier and a more modern sconce so not sure what you found unsatisfactory. We do have a lot of equipment which we find necessary for comfort. No one has ever complained about having too many amenities. I assume they were all convenient for you too. We wish you continued happy travels for many years to come. Sincerely.
This ancient 4 storied townhouse has all the modern conveniences: spotlessly clean, beautifully appointed and well supplied kitchen, comfortable beds, well heated/air-conditioned rooms, lovely artwork galore, and perfectly located with great restaurants within a stones throw from the front door.
We will highly recommend this vrbo to our American friends and will definitely return if we come back to Provence-Alpes-Côte. Arles is the perfect location from which to explore all of Provence.
Thank you for your wonderful complimentary review. Your thorough descriptions are perfect, we aim to please and are very grateful to have had the pleasure of welcoming you into our home.
Great time in Arles
We had a wonderful time staying here in Arles. The location was perfect. It was so amazing to look out the window and see the Roman arena. We loved the house and its beautiful decor. Like staying in our own little castle! So convenient for exploring this town and nearby countryside.
Thank you for this wonderful review. We are very happy that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay. It was a pleasure having you as our guests and hope to see you again in the future should you ever return to Arles.
Was everything we were told it would be!
The house was decorated beautifully and is located near restaurants and historic sites. We enjoyed breakfast and coffee each morning in the house, The bedrooms were spacious and comfortable. Vivian would answer any questions, and was very prompt in responding to emails. If we return to Arles, I would definitely book this house again.
Arles est célèbre dans toute la France et peut-être le monde pour ses sites extraordinaires romains du patrimoine, ancienne maison jaune de Vincent Van Gogh et de nombreux quartiers de la ville qu'il a peint. La ville est également connue pour ses photographies annuelle du monde, musique et festivals d'art. Ce festival est à la photographie ce que le Festival de Cannes est au cinéma. Il a été lancé en 1969 par photographie et image amateurs, Lucien Clergue, Jean-Maurice Rouquette, Michel Tournier et autres. Chaque année, cette marque un point haut pour les photographes et marque Arles comme une capitale internationale de la photographie.
En outre, cette année, le célèbre designer Christian Lacroix, natif d'Arles, a organisé un festival de l'art équestre du monde qui aura lieu en Juillet et Août, ne manquez pas. Eco-tourisme dans les Camargues est juste à vos pieds ici aussi avec le dos équitation, flamants roses et autres l'observation des oiseaux exotiques. Ceci est un lieu magique.