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What makes Petite Plage a great holiday rental
Two couples or a family with older children or teenagers (who don't mind sharing a double bed) ready to enjoy all that a lively and fashionable French seaside resort has to offer.
Anything to watch out for?
Given its central location, some town centre noise is to be expected. No lift and the apartment is on the second floor.
Biarritz is the most famous resort in Aquitaine and offers brilliant surfing, beaches, shopping, golf and lots more attractions too. The house is close to the characterful Vieux Port district, known for its bistrots, cafes and chic, bohemian atmosphere. Pretty Basque villages, the Pyrenees, and Spanish resorts such as San Sebatsian are close by too - all in all it's a wonderful mix.
Appartement Petite Plage is situated just a short walk up the hill from the old part of town, the beaches and Les Halles.
The front door opens directly into the open plan kitchen, living and dining room, all beautifully decorated with Basque touches. There is a small balcony, large enough for a couple of comfy chairs to enjoy a morning coffee or night cap, just off the living area.
There is a separate WC opposite the shower room, with large shower and wash basin, shared by the 2 double bedrooms.
The bedrooms are identical, both with double beds (140cm), built-in wardrobes and windows overlooking the quiet street below. If you lean over the balcony and look left, you can see the sea in the distance!
2 x double bedrooms (both 140cm)
Small shower room with wash basin - WC separate
No smoking, no pets
In the heart of the Old Town, at the top of the hill, the apartment is a short walk from Biarritz's famous beaches, the aquarium, the harbour, several restaurants/bars/cafes and close to the main market, Les Halles - a haven for 'foodies'. There is garage parking but equally it's an excellent option for a car-free holiday...if you want to travel further afield, a short taxi ride brings you to the railway station for visiting Bayonne, St Jean de Luz or San Sebastian. With such a central location, some background 'town noise' is inevitable.
Nearest village / town: Biarritz
Nearest beach: 1000 marches Biarritz
Restaurant: Virtually next door. Plenty of choice.
Market: Les Halles central Biarritz (3 mins walk)
Around the Old Town
The house is situated on the edge of one of Biarritz's most characterful quartiers, which has lovely local shops, cafés, bistrots plus charming beach. Les Halles - Biarritz's bustling covered market - is just 250m away, so you need never use a supermarket while you are here! The boutiques of central Biarritz, including Galeries Lafayette (like a mini Selfridges), are just a 10 minute walk. With these amenities in such easy reach you really can go native.
After the wilderness years of the 1980s, this town is back in fashion. Celebrities and sports stars are flooding back to live in the region, turning their back on the Côte d'Azur. Biarritz is an eclectic place; it somehow manages to mix an affluent elderly population with a steady flow of well-dressed surfers plus a sprinkling of super-rich jetsetters on top. A compact and stylish town, Biarritz really does have something for everyone...famous beaches, museums, fine restaurants, boutiques, casino, golf courses, horse-riding and the south west's famous spa and thalassotherapy centres.
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stunning views, truly luxurious, in the heart of Biarritz