Gîte with private swimming pool in the south of France
A lovely stay is guaranteed in our fully equipped gîte with private swimming pool in the south of France. The beds are made on arrival and the gîte is equipped with bath and kitchen towels. There is also a small supply of pepper, salt, olive oil, tea, coffee, sugar, washing up liquid, all-purpose cleaner, toilet paper and kitchen roll.
The information folder offers plenty of inspiration for great trips in the surroundings. And after a day enjoying the beautiful surroundings, it is wonderful to come home to a refreshing dip in the private swimming pool.
Air conditioning in living area
Dolce Gusto and filter coffee machine
Crockery, glasses & cutlery
Ironing board & iron
Tourist information: leaflets and guides
High chair, baby cot and baby bath
Terrace with table and chairs
Swimming pool with sunbeds and chairs
Plancha and wood-fired pizza oven
The gîte has a total surface of 55m2:
- living room with open kitchen: 27m2
- bedroom 1: 10m2
- bedroom 2: 13m2
- bathroom: 5m2
In both bedrooms, our guests can choose between two single beds or one double bed.
Bath & bed linen
You don’t need to bring anything. The beds are made on arrival and the gîte is equipped with bath towels, wonderfully soft hammam towels for the pool and kitchen towels.
The private swimming pool
The swimming pool is not purified with chlorine tablets, but by salt electrolysis. Not only is salt electrolysis more environmentally friendly, but swimming in a salt electrolysis-treated pool is also more pleasant.
Read more about salt electrolysis
Pool water treated with salt electrolysis feels softer and your skin will dry out less than when using chlorine tablets. You will also experience less skin irritation and red eyes. This is because with chlorine tablets, the chlorine reacts with the dirt in the pool. Think of sun cream, perspiration and… oops… urine. Because of this reaction, chloramines are produced.
And it is these chloramines that cause red eyes and skin irritation. The filter installation of the salt electrolysis destroys these chloramines, so that they no longer end up in the pool water.