Cap Ferret is the peninsula between Arcachon Bay and the ocean where you get around barefoot or by bike. With the scent of the pine trees and the sea air, there is a particular idea of freedom on vacation. Not forgetting a feeling of togetherness, since the Cape is known for gathering family and friends in a relaxed, chic environment.
This is exactly the atmosphere at this beautiful house, with typical Cape architecture, built entirely out of wood, among the pine trees. Located at the end of the peninsula, the villa is only 700m from La Plage des Américains beach, a peaceful family beach, perfect for children. You can do your shopping by bike, ten minutes away at the Cape's daily market.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, the house was designed perfectly to welcome large families, with high-quality designer furniture. The huge terrace is the perfect spot to gather for meals, with no nearby neighbours. Vast bay windows let light flood into the living spaces.
• Living room with dining area opening on to the terrace
• Fully equipped open-plan kitchen, access to the terrace
• Bedroom 1: queen size bed, garden view, ensuite shower room - shower and toilets
• Guests’ toilets
• Bedroom 2: queen size bed, access to the terrace, ensuite shower room - shower and toilets
• Bedroom 3: double 140 cm bed, access to the terrace
• Bedroom 4: 90 cm twin beds
• Bedroom 5: 90 cm twin beds
• Shower room - shower and toilets
• shower room - shower
You can park two cars in the private garage at the basement-level.
Linens, sheets, and towels are provided. The beds will be freshly made on arrival. You will find toiletries in the bathrooms and a gourmet food basket in the kitchen. Optional services are available upon request at reservation.
Cape Ferret needs no introduction, both a uniquely charming vacation spot for families and families to meet in, and a renowned beach resort, patronised by many celebrities in search of tranquillity and authenticity in the summer. The Cape enjoys a great location,
The Cape definitely enjoys a great location, with Arcachon Bay to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. You can enjoy the landscape of the Arcachon Bay on one side and the waves and immense size of the Silver Coast on the other.
Many oyster farmers offer seafood tastings from their huts, where you can try local Bay oysters with your feet in the water! There are also many lovely boutiques and restaurants here. People travel by bike, so do rent one to visit the whole peninsula or travel from beach to beach.
Bordeaux-Merignac airport is 60km away, and Bordeaux train station is around an hour’s drive away.
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