Nazareth , Dupex in a Private Courtyard
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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 3
Charming and rare one bedroom duplex apartment, nestled in a private courtyard , authentic sample of Toulouse architecture.
The space has been well and efficiently organised and great care has been taken in order to highlight the wooden beams, bricks and vault, providing tremendous cachet to the place. A heart winning proposal set in the authentic Toulouse in a quiet, restful environment, cool in summer.
Ground floor: living room with open plan kitchen, and separate bathroom with shower and toilet.
Upper floor: (stair access) office corner in one end, sleeping alcove in the other.
ENTRANCE AND FACILITIES
Access : ground floor
Sleeping facilities : 1 double bed, 1double sofa bed
Kitchen facilities : furnished kitchen, washing machine, all sheets and towels supplied .
Mulitmedia facilities : wide screen TV , CD & DVD player, free WIFI
Pets not accepted
No smoking apartment
Not suitabble for young children
The apartement is located in the city centre a stone's throw from the antique dealers streets and the elegant shopping addresses('Les Carmes', its shops, bars and restaurants, its famous market..)This neighbourhood is surrounded by three magnificent lush and ancient botanical gardens dating from 1794 ('Le Jardin Royal, Le Grand Rond, le Jardin des Plantes')a haven of green in the heart of the city. Within walking distance you may find the Metro , bus and VeloToulouse.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Shuttle 12 km, Nearest railway: Metro 2 km|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
About this location
The Midi-Pyrénées region
Claude Nougaro, a local, and one of the most famous singers in France, sung the praises of Toulouse, in his own romantic style. You too can fall in love with Toulouse, strolling the banks of the Canal du Midi and the River Garonne...
The 4th biggest city in France, and the 3rd biggest city after Paris and Montpellier, Toulouse is the capital of France's largest region, the Midi Pyrenees, some 35000square miles big. It contains the "departements" of the Ariege, Aveyron, Gers, Haute-Garonne, Lot, Hautes-Pyrennees, the Tarn and the Tarn et Garonne.
At around 110 miles from the Mediterranean, 180 from the Atlantic and 60 from the Pyrennees mountains' ski stations, Toulouse has a privileged geographical position.
A southern French city with Spanish accents and Italian facades, Toulouse has always loved to welcome foreign influences and cultures. Whilst cultivating its Occitan identity, Toulouse holds its own in comparison with other cities and is admired overseas for its cultural richness, its art of living and its technological prowess.
Toulouse manages "par excellence" to combine the good life with being a business and technology city of the future.
Its economic dynamism, its history, its passion for sport, and its cultural effervescence create an astonishing cocktail.
In Toulouse, fans of Rugby, architecture, food and culture rub shoulders while indulging in their respective passions.
Flamboyant Toulouse is known as the Ville Rose (pink city) and this name comes from as far back as Roman times, when builders showed the locals how to make use of the bricks and tiles. The bricks in the historic centre buildings glow pink in the morning sun , and then purple as the night falls, to create a beautifully romantic effect.
A cosmopolitan and University city, Toulouse lives as much for the night as it does for the day. Due to its proximity to Spain, it has inherited the taste for long, fun evenings in cafes, restaurants and bars..
Festivals and concerts are also a great reason to come and indulge yourself until late at night, in all the pleasures the city offers.
Museums and Monuments
Sites included in the Unesco World Heritage Sites :
- The Canal du Midi (on the Camino de Santiago route)
- The Saint Sernin Basilica
- The Hotel-Dieu Saint Jacques
Other places to visit
- The Abbatoirs museum, the Natural History museum, the Musee D'Augustins, The Paul Dupuy museum, The Georges Labit Museum, the Hotel dAssezat, and its Bemberg Foundation, The Cite de L'espace...
- The Place du Capitole, the banks of the Garonne river, in particular the Quai de la Daurade and the Promenade Henri Martin
Facts and Figures
Population : 426, 700, and 762, 000 including the suburbs, of which over 100,000 students.
Size : 11,800 hectares.
Climate : 2, 027 hours of sunshine per year average.
Spring : is often mild, average temperature 12 degrees.
Summer : is hot and sunny, average 28 degrees.
Autumn : is very gentle, a pleasant prolongation of the summer, 15 degrees average.
Winter : is usually dry, 8 degrees average.
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