Attractive single-storey property set in just over 1000m2 of fully fenced private garden. We are lucky to have been totally unaffected by the recent floods in the town. Quiet location yet ideally situated just a short walk to the centre of the pretty medieval spa town of Salies-de-Bearn with its shops,bars,restaurants and thermal spa. Children welcome, ideal for tourists wishing to explore the area or curists using the thermal spa. Well behaved dogs welcome. Disability friendly.
Beautiful condition throughout,the villa has 4 patio doors opening onto the private patio and garden.
117m2,it sleeps up to 4.
Bedroom one with a king sized bed (150 cms wide) and en-suite shower,toilet and wash basin.
Bedroom two with two single beds ,with adjacent shower room with wash basin.
Bedroom 3 can be used for one of the single beds or as a games room/reading room and has an en-suite toilet.
Large bright lounge with two patio doors opening onto the patio and garden,with TV,DVD player,stereo and WiFi. DVDs available on request.
Large,fully equipped kitchen with table and 4 chairs and patio doors opening onto the garden.Oven,hob,microwave,fridge freezer,washing machine.
The picturesque town of Salies-de-Bearn is situated halfway between the Atlantic coastal beaches and the Pyrenees.It is an ideal base to explore the many and varied activities and sights of the region.
Within walking distance of the villa is the historic thermal spa,restaurants,bars and shops,an open air swimming pool,tennis,squash,fishing,golf,a casino,cinema and tourist office.Very close to the villa is the Voie Verte,once a railway line,now a track through the beautiful countryside for walkers and cyclists.
Activities nearby include horse-riding,canoeing,fishing ,walking along many marked trails and cycling.Within 20 minutes drive there is a large lake with a beach,life-guards,large inflatable play area,paddle boats,waterski-ing and a lakeside restaurant.
The medieval fortress town of Sauveterre de Bearn is 15 minutes drive away, with it's famous Pont de la Legende and Eglise Sainte -Andre.It was an important stop-over on the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela. There are beautiful walks along the Gave d'Oloron, great fishing and it is possible to swim in the summer.
In less than an hours drive are the Atlantic sandy beaches and dunes of Cap-Breton,Hossegor and Biarritz.Here there are surfing schools for all ages,paddle boards for hire and restaurants to suit all tastes.
San Sebastian in Spain is little over an hours drive away,it is a gourmand's delight with beautiful beaches.
Approximately an hour and a quarter to an hour and a half south are the majestic Pyrenees.There you can enjoy hiking and dog-walking in summer and ski-ing or snow-shoeing in winter.