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What makes Villa Nilubi a great holiday rental
10 Reasons why we love Villa Nilubi:
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A good choice for a family plus grandparents who want a villa with pool, in a quiet location but not too far from the beach.
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An established surfing resort with a very 'cool' vibe. The resort offers great beaches, good shopping, a lovely lagoon and plenty of activities (surf, golf, tennis, cycling, sailing & more).
Recently modernised villa with private pool and lots of style
Formerly a traditional (dark!) maison landaise, the house has been completely remodelled and re-designed to create a bright and fresh holiday home, equipped to a high standard. The house is beautifully designed by the owner who is a Finnish interior designer! And the result is stunning.
Inside Ground Floor
Inside First Floor
Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and an additional small double room with sloping roof, off the bathroom, which could be used for a teenager!
The terrace off the main living area is west facing and enjoys lovely afternoon sunshine. The oxygenated pool measures 8m x 4m and is protected by an electric cover. The active oxygen pool sanitiser system is a gentle, odourless alternative to chlorine and is perfect for children with sensitive skin.
A Weber charcoal BBQ is provided for cooking and eating alfresco. Dining table/chairs plus outdoor settee, comfy chairs, coffee table and sun loungers. There is also a hammock to enjoy some lazy afternoons in the garden and an outdoor solar heated shower by the pool.
There is a trampoline, plenty of grass for the children to play and a small vegetable patch and herb garden, to which guests are invited to help themselves!
There are also 3 skateboards (the family love to skate!) left for guests' use.
downstairs -1 double with ensuite shower; upstairs - 1 double (+cot),1 twin, 1 single, 1 small double (suitable for 1 person)
1 ensuite shower, with separate WC downstairs, 1 family bathroom with shower, bath & separate toilet upstairs
8 x 4, oxygenated, electric cover for child safety (unheated). Pool sanitiser system with active oxygen. Providing a gentle alternative to chlorine, it is odourless, kind to the eyes and skin.
No smoking, no pets
The villa is situated in a tranquil residential area in the heart of Soorts-Hossegor. Soorts is an extension of Hossegor beach resort and has a fantastic local bakery, cheese shop, butcher, farmer's market every saturday and pharmacy etc. All of these village amenities are within 300m of the villa. The beaches of Seignosse Ocean and Hossegor are easily reached via forest cycle paths. The supermarket (Intermarché) is only 750m from the house. The artisan zone, featuring surf warehouse boutiques and restaurants, is just 1 km. For days out exploring the region, access to the auto-route is very easy. Biarritz airport is little more than a half hour transfer. Easy access to the autoroute for day-trips south (Biarritz, Basque Country, Spain, Pyrenees).
Nearest village / town: Hossegor 2.5 kms
Nearest beach: Hossegor Centrale 4 kms, Estagnots 5 kms, Seignosse Ocean 7kms
Boulangerie: 300m Soorts Hossegor
Restaurant: 500m Soorts Hossegor
Market: 500m Soorts Hossegor
A small Landaise village just inland from the Atlantic coast. There's a boulangerie in the village centre, a great boulangerie There won't be much to keep you in the village night after night, but that's not the point. It's perfectly situated to enjoy the coast and Hossegor but without being in the centre of the action.
A short drive (or cycle ride) takes you to the continuous beaches les Estagnots, Bourdaines and le Penon. Popular with surfers and families, the beaches are superb. There are seasonal shops, a bit of nightlife and a water park.
Hossegor & Capbreton
Neighbouring seaside towns which between them offer an appealing contrast. Hossegor is the more famous, largely through its surfing heritage. It's a 'feelgood' place offering boutique shopping, great bars and restaurants, world-famous surfing beaches, casino, and a lovely golf course and a beautiful lake for safe bathing and sailing.
Capbreton lives in the shadow of Hossegor but it's the place the locals prefer for eating out and for beaches. It's definitely the more authentic of the two, largely because of its fishing port and daily fish market. In fact, the town thrived in the 19th century as a whaling port and this sea-faring heritage is still very much apparent today.
It also has a charming town centre and market. Capbreton is just more French than Hossegor, if you see what we mean. It remains, admirably, something of a French (and Spanish) secret.
Capbreton sea-front is a bustling place, day and evening. You can walk all the way along the marina and sea-front. The jetty, known locally as l'estacade, offers excellent coastal views. There's normally a few locals here trying to catch a fish for supper. It makes for great viewing!
Like most of the south west coast, Capbreton-Hossegor is something of an outdoor playground.
Take your pick from surfing, canoeing, sailing, diving, fishing, cycling, tennis, horse-riding and golf to name a few. Golfers will enjoy the local course, the 1930s-built Golf d’Hossegor. The traditional club house is also a delight. A short drive up the road is the infamous Golf de Seignosse. There are other great courses within 45 minutes drive including Moliets and several around Biarritz.
The whole Aquitaine coast is a perfect venue for surfers but at Capbreton the presence of an offshore hollow in the sea-bed gives the waves here that extra edge. If you don't fancy a go yourself, just sit on the sea-front with a drink of your choice and watch the surfers ride to shore.
Cyclists can enjoy the many safe forest tracks that connect between the towns along the coast. Sailing enthusiasts should head for the Capbreton Marina. Being so close to the Pays Basque border, sporting life also includes the legendary game of pelote; you can watch a game at the fronton in Hossegor.
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