Villa til maks. 6 personer


Villa i Santa Cristina d'Aro, Catalonia, Spanien med privat pool med plads til 6 personer. Villaen er beliggende i et bakket og urbaniseret område.

Villaen har 3 soveværelser, 3 badeværelser og 1 gæstetoilet, fordelt på 2 etager. Nærheden af stranden, mulighederne for at shoppe, sportsfaciliteter og steder at gå ud gør villaen velegnet til at nyde ferien med familie eller venner.

Interiør af villaen

  • villa på 2 etager
  • stue med tv, dvd afspiller og hifi
  • pejs i stuen (træ)
  • overdækket balkon
  • 3 soveværelser, 3 badeværelser og 1 gæstetoilet
  • satellit antenne (Canaldigital)
  • pengeskab

Køkken

  • spisekøkken med elektrisk komfur, el-ovn, mikrobølgeovn, opvaskemaskine, køleskab, freezer, kaffemaskine og brødrister

Soveværelser og badeværelser

  • soveværelse med dobbeltseng og badeværelse en-suite
  • 2 soveværelser, hver med 2 enkeltsenge og badeværelse en-suite
  • badeværelse en suite med enkelt håndvask, badekar med bruser, bidet og toilet
  • badeværelse en suite med enkelt håndvask, badekar, bruser og bidet
  • badeværelse en suite med enkelt håndvask og bruser
  • i alt 3 badeværelser

Eksteriør af villaen

  • privat pool
  • grill
  • udendørs bruser
  • tagterrasse

Mere info

  • nærmeste by: Santa Cristina d'Aro (i en 2 kilometer radius fra villaen)
  • nærmeste strand: Platja d'Aro (i en 5 kilometer radius fra villaen)
  • 2. nærmeste lufthavn: Barcelona ( > 100 kilometer radius fra villaen)
  • rygning ingen tilladt
  • kæledyr ikke tilladt

Egenskaber og tjenester der er inkluderet i lejeprisen af villaen

  • internet (WiFi)
  • sengelinned og håndklæder
  • 24 timers nødservice

Sportsaktiviteter

  • fiskeri, dykning, surfing og vindsurfing (i en 5 kilometer radius fra villaen)
  • golf (Mas nou Golf) (i en 10 kilometer radius fra villaen)

Officielt identifikationsnummer bolig nummer: HUTG-008206

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Priser i € per Uge
Obligatoriske ydelser
Administrative omkostninger € 30.00 per bestilling
Deposit € 250.00 per bestilling
Obligatory end Cleaning € 150.00 per bestilling
Turist skat € 0.90 per person per dag
Valgfrie ekstraydelser
Airco Mobil € 50.00 per uge
Baby bed (Cot) € 0.00 per bestilling
Baby Chair € 0.00 per bestilling
Opredning € 100.00 per uge
Velkommen pack. € 100.00 per bestilling

* gælder i visse årstider

 

Faciliteter


  • Feriebolig for det angivne antal personer
  • Feriebolig på 2. sal
  • Online rådigheds kalender
  • Privat pool
  • Have
  • Tagterrasse
  • Pejs eller udendørs grill
  • Air condition
  • Pejs
  • Internet adgang
  • Kabel/satelit TV
  • Safe box i ferieboligen
  • Television
  • CD eller DVD
  • Microbølge ovn
  • Opvaskemaskine
  • 24x7 Telefon assistance
  • Linned inkluderet i lejeprisen
  • Håndklæder
  • Røgfri feriebolig
  • Mulighed for at fiske indenfor 5 km.
  • Dykning indenfor 5 km.
  • Surfing indenfor 5 km.
  • Vandski indenfor 5 km.
  • Gæstebedømmelser og vurderinger


    Antallet af klienter, som har evalueret denne bolig

    7

    Interiør

    8.3
    Bedømmelse af design, udsmykning og af møbler i opholdsstue, spisestue og soveværelser.
    Bedømmelse af komfort og kvalitet af terrasser (overdækket og ej overdækket), grill samt havemøbler. 8.3

    Privatliv og ro

    8.6
    Vurderingen i forhold til privatlivets fred i haven for indkvartering: hvis det er synligt udefra, afstand til naboer mv. Stille placering er målt ved lydene kommer fra området omkring: travle gader, by, strand osv.

    Have og pool

    8.0
    Bedømmelse af haven og poolen efter størrelse, design og kvalitet.

    Udsigt

    9.3
    Bedømmelse af udsigt over omgivelserne fra boliger.

    Køkken

    8.0
    Køkkenet bedømmes efter størrelse, design og udstyr.

    Badeværlser

    8.3
    Badeværlser bedømmes efter størrelse, design, udstyr og komfort.

    Samlet bedømmelse

    8.2
    Kunders bedømmelse af boligen
    Min 0 - Max 10
    H.H.M
    Modne par
    Netherlands
    September 2017
    Goed, zwembad iets te koud in deze tijd van het jaar, en minimaal 20 stuks per dag als je in het zwembad gaat, muggen in deze tijd van het jaar. 7.8

    Kort


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