What makes Villa Seignosse Ocean a great holiday rental
For a special occasion or just to make your holiday even more relaxing, why not book one of our bespoke catering packages as part of your stay at this villa.
Larger groups with young kids or teenagers. The annexe is handy for groups with grandparents staying.
Anything to watch out for?
Upstairs & annexe bedrooms are simple, best-suited to kids/teens.
An established surfing resort with a very 'cool' vibe. Great beaches, good shopping, a lovely lagoon and plenty of activities (surf, golf, tennis, cycling, sailing & more). There's also a wealth of restaurants (neighbouring Capbreton is best for seafood) and oysters are farmed in the lagoon - you can do tastings.
Contemporary villa ideal for large groups, enjoying a fantastic forest location near the beach
Spacious & modern villa with 245m2 accommodation comprising a main house plus 1 bedroom annexe.
Ground Floor - at a glance
The main entrance leads to a spacious and open-plan living room incorporating the 'salon' (lounge area), dining area and integrated kitchen. This room feels bright and airy leading directly to the pool terrace and gardens. The kitchen is fully-equipped for self-catering.
The lounge area includes flatscreen TV and wifi box.
First Floor - at a glance
The first floor accommodation is more straightforward and, for family groups, these would be the kids' rooms.
The villa sits in a 1900m2 plot.
The best feature of this villa is the private and secluded forest setting. The terrace and pool border the pine forests of Seignosse Ocean, making this a very peaceful and relaxing spot.
A generous amount of space is given to outdoor living - 80m2 of covered terrace plus 130m2 of open terrace. Whether it's sunbathing or dining al-fresco, there is every opportunity to relax outdoors!
The covered terrace includes a summer kitchen complete with fridge, sink, plancha grill and dishwasher.
The pool is 10 x 5m, heated, with Roman steps at one end; protected by alarm.
2x doubles; 3x twins; 1x family suite with double + 2x singles
2x family bathrooms; 1x en-suite bathroom
10 x 5m heated, Roman steps at one end; protected by alarm
The villa's location is a real advantage. The environment is natural and peaceful; this is a quiet residential cul-de-sac with no traffic or people to disturb you. Bordered at the back by pine forest you feel in a little oasis. However, the sandy beaches of Seignossse Ocean are just 500m, Hossegor Lac Marine just 800m and the town centre of Hossegor is 3km - an easy cycle ride around the lake. There are local shops (mini-market, bakery, newsagent and the obligatory surf school) at 500m distance.
Nearest village / town: Hossegor (3 km)
Nearest beach: Seignosse Ocean (Les Estagnots) 500m
Boulangerie: Seignosse Ocean 500m
Restaurant: Hossegor Lac 800m
Market: Hossegor weekly market 3kms. Summer markets at Seignosse
The resort incorporating the fabulous beaches les Estagnots, Bourdaines and le Penon. It's a mostly residential area with a number of holiday homes and apartments. Popular with surfers and families, the beaches are superb. There are seasonal shops, a bit of nightlife and a Water Park.
Golf de Seignosse
A water and forest monster of a course ranked in Continental Europe’s Top 50! Very welcoming clubhouse with a restaurant and bar with fabulous views of the course from the terrace.
Hossegor & Capbreton
The local region of Sud Landes is typical Aquitaine - endless stretches of sandy eaches buffeted by the Atlantic ocean, vast pine forests punctuated by the occasional lake and criss-crossed by a network of cycle trails.
Capbreton and Hossegor are neighbouring seaside towns which between them offer an appealing contrast. Hossegor is the more famous, largely through its surfing pedigree. It's a 'feelgood' place offering boutique shopping, great bars and restaurants, world-amous surfing beaches, casino, a lovely golf course and a beautiful lagoon for safe bathing and sailing.
Capbreton lives in the shadow of Hossegor but it's the place the locals prefer for eating out and quieter 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 boasts a modern marina, a charming town centre and market and remains, admirably, something of a French (and Spanish) secret.View More Hossegor Rentals
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beach house just 300m from the Atlantic surf
between ocean & lake - the best position in Hossegor!