Nice apartment in a building of two floors, built in the late 50s ( the period of reconstruction of Saint- Nazaire) , with a beautiful layout and large rooms . It has been completely renovated with simplicity in the choice of colors.
The accommodation is located a few meters from the sea, the harbor of Saint- Nazaire ( the lock, the pier , the factory -lifting ) , beach (very nice playground for children) , the sea front ( beautiful walk up to Villès Martin with extension on the coastal path to Saint- Marc ) and all the cultural facilities ( the Theatre , LIFE , VIP , cinemas, the Jacques Brel hall, "Le Petit Maroc" festival) , shops ( supermarket " Carrefour Market " at 200m , Ruban Bleu shopping center , downtown and within walking distance market ) . Access to the garden is possible. The transit of ships through the lock is visible from the bedroom window .
The apartment has two rooms: a 160 cm (width) mattress and a comfortable futon bed. A spare bed and another futon mattress can be provided for children.
Sheets, towels and basic kitchen kit are provided.
The rent is 28 euros / bed / day. In July and August, a higher but attractive price applies.
The apartment is located on the 1st floor. A key to the building and the apartment will be lent to visitors with a free independent access to the apartment or room. Above 2 people, there is access to the entire apartment. Possibility of parking in the street or in the neighbourhood
Interaction with guests
You will be welcomed, advised on your stay and everything will be done for you to make it nice: advice, additional equipment provided if possible, bicycles, provision of documentation, access to the library.
A breakfast can be prepared on request at a price of 5 euros / person.
Other things to note
A peaceful stay awaits you. Our family houses over the apartment and will be ready to make your stay enjoyable.
The apartment is non-smoking (in smoking shelter on the balcony), animals are not allowed. A certain quietness is requested due to the minimal soundproofing of the building of the '50s.