Renovated Town House, Garden & Roof Terrace in Ceret Centre

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms


3 BEDROOMS – GARDEN – ROOF TERRACE – WIFI. Beach, Mountains + Spain within approx. 30 Min Drive On one of the most photographed, tiny cobbled streets in Céret is an unassuming front door. Yet, behind that door is a bright, airy family house with spacious rooms and lovely views towards the mountains. Ideal for families and for couples who may want a bit of extra space, this house is within a 1 minute walk from the shops, cafés, galleries and restaurants. Spread over 3 floors, the top floor has a double bedroom, en-suite bathroom and opens up to the roof terrace with beautiful views of the Pyrenees. Sunbathing, relaxing or enjoying a glass of wine, this terrace will be your refuge of quiet during your stay. The first floor has 2 bedrooms, a play/storage area and a bathroom. The ground floor has an open-plan living area, separate toilet and a well equipped kitchen for creating meals from the local fresh produce. Rare in Céret village centre, this house has a garden, ideal for families with children. Life here in the South of France is lived outdoors for much of the year, eating and playing in the garden. However, this house has heating and can be rented all year round. The house is great as a base for exploring the village and surrounding area or just somewhere to relax and enjoy your holiday. Close to the free public car parks and of course the famous Céret market. We try to ensure that your stay is as enjoyable as possible, so please do ask any questions you may have. Just 5 minutes walk will take you out of the village and into the mountains, with gentle trails and bubbling streams. Here you have the option to relax and de-stress while also being a great base to explore and experience the local area. Located between mountains and beaches, Céret is ideal for relaxing as well as exploring, mountains hikes, long sandy beaches and Spain accessible in approximately 30min drive. The region boasts over 300 days of sunshine per year. Céret has a long and interesting history which can be seen by the by the medieval buildings and battlements. More recently the town has been home to some of the most important artists of the 20th Century including Picasso, Chagall and Braque. The Museum of Modern Art proudly exhibits some of these artists work. The town has a wide selection of restaurants and shops and is well known for its Saturday market. Céret is easily accessible with major motorway networks nearby. Local airports include Perpignan, Gerona (1hr), Bezier (1. 5hrs) Carcassonne (1. 5hrs) or Barcelona and Montpellier (2hrs). For those who wish to travel by train rail links from UK, France and Spain can bring you to Perpignan where the train and bus station are together. Buses throughout the region are well networked and cost only 1€ per trip, no matter how far you travel, making this an affordable option


  • Internet
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Dishwasher


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