Charming Basque house in Arbonne

Basque Country

Description

This pretty half-timbered house down the back roads of the Basque Country will be perfect for your holidays with friends or family. With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, it can accommodate up to 8 people, ideal for one or two families, as two of the bedrooms have bunk beds. The living area is composed of an open plan kitchen and dining area, which opens onto the terrace and the big garden. The terrace is beautifully furnished and fully equipped, perfect for outdoor lunches and summer evenings. Outside, you can enjoy a beautiful 2000m2 garden with a trampoline, ping pong table and table football.

The house is located in a quiet and peaceful area in Arbonne, a pretty little village in the Basque Country, only ten kilometers from the beaches of Guéthary or Bidart.

10 min

from golf course

10 min

from the Beach

20 min

from Biarritz market

30 min

departure of the train de la Rhune

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The home

2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS

For 4 adults

2 BEDROOMS WITH BUNK BEDS AND BALCONIES

For 4 children

3 BATHROOMS

2 with shower and toilet

1 with bath, shower and toilet

Amenities

1 WOODED GARDEN

Of 2000m2

1 OUTDOOR DINING AREA

With sink and plancha

LEISURE EQUIPMENT

A ping pong table, a baby-foot, a trampoline, an electric piano

2 OUTDOOR PARKING SPACES

What I like in this house

"I love the family atmosphere in this house. The large terrace with a beautiful view is a great place to enjoy the local delicacies griddled over the plancha." Olivia Bartoli

Location

Rates & Availability

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Rates

  • Low Season
  • High Season

207 € per night

From October to April

7 nights minimum stay


265 € per night

From May to September

Minimum stay 7 nights


The rate includes

  • House cleaning at the end of the stay (+ 80 €)
  • Linens provided (+ 100 €)
  • Floor heating

Options

  • Baby-sitting

The Good Spots

The owner of this nice Basque house shares with us his recommendations.

The good local restaurant "La cucaracha" or "Le Bar du fronton"

The nearest local market? The hall market of Biarritz

The place to go for drinks or to go dancing? To Biarritz in the "Rendez-vous des Halles" or "Le Caveau"

The place not to be missed? St Jean de Luz !

The "must do"? Hiking in the Pyrenees and all the rural villages Spend a day in San Sébastien, go pincher (drink an aperitif) in Hondarribia after walking at Jaïzquebel