- Room Type:Entire House
- Max Guests:0
- Pets Allowed:No
Arabesque House -Noor
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This spacious villa is furnished with a classic décor. It features a living room with a satellite TV, a kitchen and a balcony with a garden view. It has a private bathroom with a shower.
Why not take a relaxing holiday in an authentic, well-appointed, villa in Luxor, Egypt. The Nubian Eco Village from the Flats in Luxor Group could be just what you are looking for. A small group of one bedroom, traditional domed villas built to a Nubian design. These delightful buildings are set amongst fruit trees and a vegetable garden and are built by craftsmen from Edfu. They rely on a dome to keep them cool which makes them ecologically friendly as well as aesthetically pleasing.<br><br>There is a large studio bedroom with satellite TV and dining area. Leading off this is a small kitchen and wet room with shower, toilet and washbasin. Outside, a shaded veranda lets you enjoy a view of the Theban hills. The roof is a perfect vantage point for the bird spotter or stargazer. These villas are ideal for a single person or couple and allow you to get back to the ‘real Egypt’ and experience life at a slower, gentler pace.<br><br>Next door is our Goubli building with all modern facilities should you require them.<br><br> Swimming pool<br><br> Library<br><br> Free WiFi<br><br> Restaurant<br><br> Washing Machine<br><br>Luxor is the world’s largest open-air museum with a wealth of history, local culture and sites to visit. The villas are situated in the heart of the West Bank, amidst the rural area with its tiny villages, sugar cane fields, and banana plantations. Use a bike or donkey to get about the West Bank’s 21 ticketed sites. Even the 2 sites on the East Bank can be reached easily by Luxor’s local ferry. We can advise on local walks in the hills to view obscure, infrequently visited shrines and sites.
The Arabesque House is in the heart of Tod village . It has three apartments with two/three bedrooms with traditional style Islamic architectural features and fixtures. There are views over the country side and from the roof the temple of Hatshepsut can be seen. The flats are from the top down Amar, Layla and Noor.<br><br>There is a small communal garden overlooking the canal, in addition residents of the Arabesque House are welcome to use the communal features at Goubli, e.g. restaurant, swimming pool, reception, internet, library.