Les résidences de bois Richard - LES BAMBOUS
The villa "les bambous" is located in a very quiet location facing the village Les Albres. You will find calm, friendliness, comfort and relaxation. The villa overlooks our 1,5HA lake, fishing, boat, pedal boats in private property.
This villa is equipped with 2 bedrooms with 2 beds 140x190 and 2 bathrooms (sink, shower, toilet) and 1 bedroom with 2 bunk beds 90x190. 1 kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven and hob 4 gas burners, 1 fridge with freezer compartment, 1 microwave, a toaster, 1 coffee maker and 1 electric kettle. 1 living room with sofa, LCD TV and wifi connection. 1 laundry room with washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner. 1 private pool under large adjoining veranda, (kitchen opening directly onto the pool). The pool is heated at 29° from April 4 to October 3. A barrier with a secure gate prevents access to the pool. 1 courtyard of 1000m ² surrounding the house with shed equipped with a table and chairs and a barbecue. This courtyard accessible to cars is fenced and closed by a gate. 1 garage not closed and 1 table football and a table tennis table. See all details on our website.
Capacities & Services
Capacity6 Person(s), 3 Room(s)
Equipments and services
- Indoor swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
Equipments and Services nearby
- Shops (300 m)
Opening & Prices
- from 04 april 2022 to 03 october 2022
- Weekly Rental Low Season : From 610,00€ to 710,00€
- Weekly Rental Mid Season : From 810,00€ to 910,00€
- Weekly Rental High Season : From 1 150,00€ to 1 350,00€
- Occupancy tax to be added : Occupancy tax to be added
Methods of payment
Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash - Transfer
To see nearby
History of the mines and industry of the Aubin-Decazeville area. Reconstruction of a mine gallery.
Come and visit the prehistoric vestiges preserved on site. Underground quarries, graves and prehistoric reserves. Naturally coloured limestone concretions. Recreated prehistoric park, animals and display of the flora.
In the 19th century, a traveller arrived in Bournazel and wrote: "From the château to the lake, one doesn't know who, man or mother nature, was the architect, painter or goldsmith to create such a special, charming bucolic setting".
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