Apartment in Bordeaux, Aquitaine

Le Well Done - Joli T2 avec terrasse

1 bedroom ¬† ‚ÄĘ ¬†
2 beds ¬† ‚ÄĘ ¬†
1 bathroom ¬† ‚ÄĘ ¬†
2 guests ¬† ‚ÄĘ ¬†
30 m¬≤ ¬† ‚ÄĘ ¬†
Ground floor

About This Property

Situated on the ground floor of a stone building from the 18th century, this apartment is very pleasant. In the heart of Bordeaux, nearby from the Porte Dijeau, shops and restaurants, the Well Done offers you all the comforts for an exceptional stay in Bordeaux. Its 10 m¬≤ terrace, away from all eyes, will allow you to fully enjoy the delicacies of Bordeaux. It can comfortably accommodate 2 passengers. The Well Done is fully furnished and equipped so that you only have to put down your suitcases. You will enjoy all the comforts for an unforgettable stay. A few steps from all shops and transport, this apartment offers you the following services: A living room with sofa and flat screen TV overlooking the terrace An open kitchen, opening onto the terrace, fully equipped: fridge, hob, microwave and traditional oven, kettle, toaster, coffee machine, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and many kitchen utensils A bedroom with a double bed (140), separated by a wooden canopy A bathroom with Italian shower and separate toilet A pleasant patio of 10 m¬≤ not overlooked, surrounded by Bordeaux stones Sheets and towels of hotel quality (4 / 5 stars) are provided, your bed will be made upon arrival. Dishcloths and bath mats are also provided. Naturally, Wifi is accessible and free! A secure paying parking is located 200 meters away. You will be welcomed on site in a personalized manner by a person from the Cocoonr agency in Bordeaux who will introduce you to the accommodation, answer your questions and give you the keys. Its geographical situation is incredible, a pedestrian and privileged area, in a very quiet little street, in the very centre of town, 20 metres from Rue Porte Dijeau, 50 metres from Place Gambetta, Rue Sainte Catherine (the longest shopping street in Europe), cultural sites and public and ecological transport (bicycles, scooters, scooters. . . ) Public transport: 20 metres away, tram line B (stop "Gambetta") 200 metres away, tram line A (stop "Pey Berland") Self-service bicycle: Vcub station 50 metres away (https://www. vcub. fr/stations/plan) 1. 60 ‚ā¨ for 24 hours. Everything is there to spend a remarkable stay!!! A bit of history : The H√ītel de Ruat was built in Bordeaux in 1780 by the architect Andr√© Portier for the parliamentarian Fran√ßois-Alain Amadieu de Ruat (1716-1776). It was listed as a Historic Monument in 1965. It is now private property. The Porte Dijeaux was an entrance to the west of the city of Bordeaux as early as Roman times and the first line of fortification. It has not been affected by the expansion of the thirteenth century to the south. The new ramparts of the 14th century moved it a few meters west (across the ramparts street). Outside, a half-moon-shaped merlon, 8 to 10 m high, served as a redoubt. In particular, it made it possible to repel Cardinal Mazarin's troops in 1650. This last door was replaced by the present monument, built by Voisin between 1748 and 1753 according to the plans of the architect Andr√© Portier. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.