The property has stunning views of the mountains surrounding the town of Luz Saint Sauveur, sleeps an impressive 14 people and is only five minutes walk from Tour de France route and local bars and restaurants.
The house has been refurbished to modern standards (with under floor heating) yet still retains many traditional features including wood fires for those cooler evenings.
The large kitchen opens out onto a paved courtyard with BBQ and a utility room has extra fridge and laundry facilities.The lounge has seating for at least 12 and has TV, DVD and CD players and games area. There is also a sofa bed which increases the property to 'sleeps 14'.
The first floor has 3 bedrooms and bathroom as well as an entrance area ideal for storage. There is also a 'cosy corner' with maps, reference books and computer (with internet access).
Stairs and landing lead to the 'Grenier' (attic) family room with 1 double and 4 single beds and en-suite. A small balcony offers views of surroundings.
Overview : La Petite Maison des Montagnes is a charming holiday home in the heart of the Hautes-Pyrenees department. Boasting exceptional panoramic views of the mountains surrounding the medieval town of Luz Saint Sauveur it sleeps an impressive 14 people. Immediately next door lies the entrance to the Maison du Parc National et de la Vallee. The house is only five minutes walk from the Tour de France route and central bars and restaurants.
Landscapes, legends and nature all combine to form this genuine mountain village in the beating heart of the Haute-Pyrenees. From here the mountains extend as far as the eye can see in all directions, with Luz situated at an altitude of 711m in one of the most beautiful valleys.
You can enjoy the unique historical nature of the village by visiting the church of Saint Andre, the Napleonic bridge, the castle of Santa Maria or the relaxing Luzea Spa. For a more gastronomic experience the best time to get to know Luz is Monday morning on market day.
Ground Floor: This superb newly refurbished house offers modern facilities whilst still retaining many of its traditional features. The house dates back to 1823.
The newly fitted kitchen includes a range oven and gas/ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, microwave raclettes,Nespresso machine, and of course a teapot! There is room for 12 people to dine in comfort and the kitchen opens directly onto 'Petite Cour' - a paved courtyard area with a barbecue and table and chairs.
There is also a utility room with an extra fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer and iron and ironing board.
The lounge has comfortable seating for at least 12 with a sofa bed increasing the property to 'sleeps 14'. There is a TV, DVD and CD players and a games area. It is heated by a log burning stove.
Stairs from the ground floor lead to the first floor via a small landing where there is a separate WC.
First Floor & Grenier (Attic): The first floor offers 3 bedrooms with a newly fitted bathroom with bath and shower and Bedroom 3 has 2 single beds that can be joined to make a king size bed.
There is also a first floor entrance area (this access is also at ground level higher up the slope) which is ideal for storing bikes, ski equipment and walking boots etc.
It also has a 'cosy corner' - with a small wood burning stove - maps, reference books and a computer with internet access.
Stairs lead from the first floor up to a large family room with 1 double and 4 single beds with an en-suite bathroom. A small balcony offers views of the surrounding mountains as well as the village and nearby Templar Church.