Two blocks from the old basin of Honfleur, but quiet, small house simple but who will seduce you for a good weekend of rest, or other
Handicapped people welcome1 bedroom
3 roomsLiveable floor area : 750 Sq.ft.
- View : Not overlooked, garden/park
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Peaceful, Pleasant
- Golf, Thalasso, Spa, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : South
- Ad verified, documents requested
- Booking request in real time
- Lowest price, direct contact with the owner
- No commission is charged for the contact between proprietor and tenant or the transaction
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Former small house of fishermen, very near the city center but also at the end of a quiet Lane, overlooking gardens, free parking nearby. At the ground floor, living room with sleeping for two, at the first level, kitchen overlooking a small terrace where you can enjoy lunch outside, exposure South, unopposed, and the last floor, two bed room and a bed of a person, annex for storing bikes, strollers etc, patio also returning in the small courtyard with also garden to relax. Crib, stroller put at disposal on request, linen provided on demand, household possible output.
Interior Town House with View: not overlooked, garden/park
Exterior Vacation rental in Setting: peaceful, pleasant
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Honfleur is best known for its picturesque old basin, characterized by its houses with facades covered with slate, and have been repeatedly represented by artists, including including Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin, Claude Monet and Johan Barthold Jongkind, forming the École of Honfleur which contributed to the appearance of the Impressionist movement. Alphonse Allais and Erik Satie were born in the same street. The municipality has 57 historical monuments, among which the Sainte-Catherine Church, the Church Saint-Étienne, Saint-Léonard, two granaries to salt, the lieutenancy, and most of the houses of the Sainte-Catherine Wharf. Two barns remain on the three original, one having been destroyed by fire. These two buildings contained 10 000 tonnes of salt to keep the fish from this important fishing port. They were built in the 17th century, after the inhabitants of the city were permitted.
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Its agglomeration is 15 km northeast of Trouville-sur-Mer, 16 km north of Pont l ' Evêque, 24 km west of Pont-Audemer and 25 km South-East of le Havre (by the bridge of Normandy) 1. The city is accessible by public transport by lines 20, 39, 50 of the Green bus in the Calvados