The Loft is in a small 19th century building in the historic town center of Nîmes and has been completely renovated in a retro / industrial style. Very sunny with alot of light, the loft is situated in a quiet street and is within easy walking distance to all of the major tourist attractions and Roman monuments as well as the lively Nîmes markets, restaurants and museums.
The loft has been completely renovated in a retro vintage style.
There is a fully equiped kitchen opening onto the living/dining room. Two large windows make the room very bright and sunny. Situated on the 2nd floor, there is an outlook over the rooftops of the building opposite.
The bedroom is very large and spacious. There is a double bed and a sofa bed that can be transformed into either another double bed or two single beds.
The ensuite bathroom has a view into the stone courtyard of the building.
All linen is provided during your stay.
The Loft is full of charm and offers all that you need to make sure that your stay is as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
Interaction with guests
We have lived in Nimes for almost 30 years and have adopted this wonderful town as our home. We would be very happy to help you discover all that Nîmes has to offer as a local. There is a possibility of a parking space just outside of the town center.
Other things to note
The beautiful city of Nimes is renowned for its immaculately preserved Roman heritage, epitomised by its visually stunning Roman Arena. It is also an interesting cultural centre, home to many museums, festivals and events.
The Arena of Nîmes is by far the most popular attraction in the city. It is especially beautiful when illuminated come night. Many relics from Nimes’ Roman past are available to be explored. The ancient Maison Carree (best preserved Roman temple) is one of the most striking places to see. Although Nimes is best known for its ancient Roman sites, there are many modern attractions to be found in the city. Enjoy a drink on Boulevard Victor Hugo, one of the city’s most buzzing nightlife spots, or have a family day out at one of the many beautiful parks in the area. Nîmes is an excellent starting point to visit the many attractions nearby?
The famous Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct is just outside of Nimes and is a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site. In easy travelling distance, you will find Avignon and it’s famous theatre festival in Juillet, Les Baux de Provence in the provincial Alpilles mountains is considered one of the most beautiful villages in France and the The Camargue regional park and natural reserve is a sancturary for fauna and flora ans is the capital of the famous gypsy culture in the region.
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