Collioure holiday house rental with private pool, beach/lake nearby and internet access and balcony/terrace

Av. Aug. Hannicote Collioure

from £143 /night help Price for guests, Nights

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1 / 24 The Villais South facing over a lovely valley of vinyards

House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8 Home 20583

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House / 4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Description from owner

This is a lovely house with beautiful views over a valley of wine groves. The large south facing terraces and pool area are accessed through 3 double veranda doors opening off the spacious and bright living/dining area.

The days are pleasant here. The summers are warm and the winters mild: the sun shines for 320 days or so a year.

You will find it irrestible to spend breakfast and dinner on the terrace overlooking this beautiful setting.

The local village has all you need with outdoor cafes and restaurants and four swimming coves

The house has a superior fitout in the kitchen, living areas, 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms ( 1 en suite).In addition there is toiled/wash basin off the main living room.There is a large utility room and ample parking for 2 cars.

Linen and towels are provided with a weekly pool cleaning and maid service.

A cot and high chair are also available.

EMAIL FEEDBACK FROM RENTERS 2012

This is a lovely house with beautiful views over a valley of wine groves. The large south facing terraces and pool area are accessed through 3 double veranda doors opening off the spacious and bright living/dining area.

The days are pleasant here. The summers are warm and the winters mild: the sun shines for 320 days or so a year.

You will find it irrestible to spend breakfast and dinner on the terrace overlooking this beautiful setting.

The local village has all you need with outdoor cafes and restaurants and four swimming coves

The house has a superior fitout in the kitchen, living areas, 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms ( 1 en suite).In addition there is toiled/wash basin off the main living room.There is a large utility room and ample parking for 2 cars.

Linen and towels are provided with a weekly pool cleaning and maid service.

A cot and high chair are also available.

EMAIL FEEDBACK FROM RENTERS 2012

We had a marvellous time at your lovely home in Collioure. It was comfortable for all seven of us and fit our needs, whether it was swim, read, or surf the net (great wi-fi by the way ). Our excursions included daily visits to the seaside villages, the beach, casino! And even Girona and barcelona. Thanks for making it all possible for us to enjoy our stay.

Gregory Orr July 2012

We had a wonderful time and the home is lovely. I used the bike it is quite a ride up the hill! Great exercise.

We liked the bakery in the artisan Faubourg area the best. We went to most of the wineries in Collioure and Banyuls and several in Maury and Rivesalte. We learned quickly that we needed to get to the market early on market days to get any fish for dinner1

Darryn L. Duchon July 2012

Just a quick message to tell you that we had a very nice holiday in

Collioure and that we liked very much our stay in your house.

Many thanks

Caroline Ducasse, August 2012

Thank you Eugene. We had a fantastic time at your house. It was just gorgeous!

All the best,

Shannon Lombardi - August 2012

Many thanks,Eugene.

We had a fantastic holiday in Collioure.What a lovely house and location!

All the best,

Valerie Mcloughlin August 2012

Hi Eugene ,

We had a great time at the villa in Collioure . We and our two friends were very impressed with the villa and the way you had provisioned it and the location - it was nice to walk to town and on a number of occasions we did manage to walk back up the hill!

All the Best

Mick and Barbara

Well its back to the rather chilly Sctottish Highlands after a fabulous holiday at your lovely home in France where ... our accommodationat at no 38 was very much appreciated by all of us we enjoyed all aspects of the villa and especially the homely atmosphere where we could spend time together which is not always easy for eight of us!! Once again , thank you for a holiday that was everything and more that I could have hoped for

Joyce Everitt , October 2012

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The Languedoc-Roussillon region

Collioure is Mediterranean France with a Catalan flavour. With Spain just 20 km away, this is culturally wealthy French Catalonia. Originally an old fishing port surrounded by steeply terraced vineyards, There are palm trees, small beaches, blue sea and sky with sun for more than 320 days in the year; cafes on the beachfront, good restaurants in small streets, and so much to see and do there's not enough room here. Steeped in history and yet offering a myriad of activities for all ages and interests. Families, couples, creative souls looking for a peaceful yet stimulating corner. So family and romantic holidays certainly... Active, historic and tourist too ... and more! Collioure is still famous for its anchovies, its AOC wines, and its emblematic church-cum-lighthouse.

It is a picturesque costal village that has retained it’s amazing natural setting and colourful, ancient past.Its cobbled streets are full of cafés, restaurants, art galleries and boutiques. 3 beautiful beaches, hillside vineyards, the Château Royal and a world famous quality of light all contribute to Collioure’s reputation as the jewel of the coast. The magnificent coastal light inspired Matisse who started fauvism here in 1905. Derain, Dufy, Picasso, and many others followed. Steeped in history, the 12th century Templar Chateau was built when the town was already old. The author Patrick O'Brian lived and worked here

DAY TRIPS. - Take a boat trip from Collioure to see secret coves, steeply terraced vineyards and the Pyrenees, tumbling into the sea.Take a car trip south along the dramatic coast to villages like Port Vendre (fabulous fish market and a bustling marina with many cafes and restaurants. ) or Banyuls sur Mer (where they make their own sweet wine.) After an hour to the south you can explore the fascinating towns of northern Spain including Dali's seaside home of Cadaques and his famous museum at Figueres.One hour further and you are in Barcelona.

To the north is Argeles with its seaside tourist attractions.Aqualand in St Cyprien is always a favourite with the children - it also boasts a 27 hole golf resort. Inland from Collioure you have the majestic Pyrenees with all their stunning views - visit Cathar castles and Romanesque abbeys .

The medieval castle of Carcasonne and the lively city of Perpignan, are just a few towns that reflect the varied nature of the region.

Collioure

Days spent splashing in the Mediterranean, wandering through the tiny village streets, browsing the outdoor market or numerous art galleries, and sampling the delicious local food and wine are all part of the Collioure experience.

Collioure is quaint, charming, and welcoming.Collioure is France's most popular seaside holiday destination in Catalan France, renowned for its fortified old town beauty, beachside cafes and restaurants, quaint yet lively, perfect climate, all year round local friendly Catalan population.

The four small bays and beaches of Collioure are flanked by a 13th century castle and a medieval church. Collioure is the kind of place you fall in love with and want to come back to again and again. The Royal Castle separates the bay and is surrounded on one side with cafes, shops and art galleries. Caught between the bay and the sea stands the church, adjacent to the ancient lighthouse that now serves as a bell tower. The rose dome atop the tower is the trademark of romantic Collioure.

. You will be seduced by the 2 small ports and their colourful boats, its old streets and balconies full of flowers, its picturesque staircases, its promenade by the sea, its cafe terraces and its boutiques with coloured windows, its inspired paint artists, its museums and numerous festivities.

"In France there is no sky as blue as the one in Collioure...I just have to close the shutters of my room and I have all the colours of the Mediterranean before me." --- HENRI MATISSE

"We have fallen in love with Collioure and would love to buy a place for a retirement home base. We have zero willpower when faced with good food and wine and a serious weight loss regimen is in order before we travel again! The scenery is interesting (varied winegrowing between Cerbieres and Collioure) and gorgeous (mountains and sea). see travellers blog http://www.patstravels.com/Collioure.htm

see also http://www.collioure.com

Activities

Walking.

Local walking guide books are available. Visit the recently restored windmill on the way to the Forts, or the Tour Madeloc to enjoy views of French and Spanish Catalonia.There are lovely walks around the coast or up to the mountain summits.

Restaurants.

A wide variety of excellent and well priced restaurants locally. You can eat in a different restaurant every night for 2 weeks.

Wine.

A remarkable wine growing region which produces the AOC Banyuls, Red Collioure, Rosé Collioure and White Collioure.

Markets.

Many local markets to visit in local towns and villages - Collioure, Port Vendres,Ceret,Perpignan. Fresh produce and local crafts on Sunday and Wednesday in Collioure, Saturday in nearby Ceret ,the daily fish market is not to be missed in Port Vendres.

Festivals.

Throughout July and August there are festivities and music.The main one being the week long Fete de St Vincent in mid-August with its spectacular firework display .Most evenings in the main season there is entertainment in the streets.

Art.

The guided tour of “les chemins du fauvisme” looking at the works of Matisse and Derain when they lived in Collioure is a must. The Museum of Modern Art offers exhibitions by local artists.

In nearby Ceret the Museum of Modern Art has works by artists including Picasso, Dali and Chagall.

Bed & bathroom

  • bedroom 1: super king bed
    bedroom 2: double bed
    bedroom 3: double bed
    bedroom 4: 2 single beds
    beds in other rooms: sofa bed
  • 2 family bathrooms

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Bicycles available
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Telephone
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

Will consider

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)
  • Corporate bookings

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
Cancellation policy

About the owner

E M
Response rate:
75%
Calendar updated:
26 Oct 2015
Years listed:
9
Based in:
Ireland
Payment accepted:
Paypal accepted , credit cards accepted

Languages spoken: English

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“Wow! What views, lovely villa, interesting historic town,fabulous weather.”

Reviewed 16 Dec 2013

We had such a wonderful week we wished we could have stayed longer. To wake up to such amazing views and then have breakfast on the balcony was the best for me. Down the steps to the pool below for a quick dip and then off to lunch in the historic town of Couilliere. The pool and the villa were great - very homely as was the service.

“This house certainly lived up to our expectations and in a good location too.”

Reviewed 22 Jan 2013

We really enjoyed our stay here with our friends. The house is in a good location (although hilly in parts) and every possible comfort was there. It really felt like a home from home. The area is residential but quiet and only a 15 minute walk to town where there are excellent restaurants, shops, markets and town beach. All in all, it was easy to get really relaxed here especially after a long lazy lunch on the balcony! Would certainly go back in the future.

“generous in every way . space, facilities,decor views a lovely villa in a quiet and private setting”

Reviewed 12 Nov 2012

we were a party of eight and really appreciated the spaciousness of this beautiful villa overlooking the charming town of Collioure and framed by a mountain range the views were wonderful and I will long remember the awesome starlight sky when opening the shutters at bedtime. The facilities were abundant in every way ,with quality furnishings and we enjoyed our 'barbies' on the balcony . we could all be together ,not always easy with a large party , yet there was room for us to do our own thing whether that was watching T.V playing guitar, reading ,playing games or cooking inspired by some lovely cook books on the bookshelf or enjoying the exterior which was very private, using the pool or just sunbathing It was a special holiday to have the family together[age range from70 to 6 ] and it was everything and more that I hoped for

“Lovely villa with spectacular views in Collioure!”

Reviewed 12 Nov 2012

My husband and I stayed in this villa for a week in August with my parents and are two young children. Collioure is a fabulous town but very crowded in the summer months. It was very nice to be able to walk into town from the villa without needing a car. The walk back up the hill and up the stairs is a bit steep though so keep that in mind for young children. The villa had everything we needed and was very comfortable for the whole family. We used the grill on the back patio often and the views from the back of the villa were truly spectacular. The villa even has an impressive selection of travel guides and books for the region as their is so much to explore there. Eugene, the owner, was always quick to respond to emails and very helpful throughout the entire booking process. I have rented many villas through Holiday Lettings and my experience with Eugene was probably the easiest.

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