Apartment in Bordeaux, Aquitaine

Le Confidentiel, la belle vie bordelaise

2 bedrooms   •  
3 beds   •  
1 bathroom   •  
4 guests   •  
120 m²   •  
1. floor

About This Property

This superb apartment of 120 m² (about 1290 ft²), located in a stone building, in the heart of the historic centre of Bordeaux offers you all the comfort, mixing modernity and old-fashioned charm for an exceptional stay. Very nice and spacious, just a few steps from the quays, Place Ste Colombe, Rue Sainte Catherine and Place du Palais, it has two beautiful bedrooms and a large bathroom with double Italian shower and bathtub, it can comfortably accommodate up to 4 passengers. The accommodation: Very well equipped, this apartment, with a private entrance, is located on the 1st floor, accessible by a staircase. In the heart of Bordeaux, you will enjoy all the comfort for an unforgettable stay. Within walking distance of all shops, restaurants and the tramway. Le Confidentiel offers you the following services: - A beautiful living room with a sofa, a dining table and a flat screen TV. - A semi-open kitchen with everything you need to prepare your favourite dishes: fridge, dishwasher, induction hob, microwave, oven, kettle, toaster, coffee machine and many kitchen utensils. As well as a round table for your meals. - A large bathroom (30 m²) with double Italian shower and bathtub - Two beautiful and large bedrooms: one bedroom with double bed (160x200), second bedroom with two single beds (90x200) which can be separated or glued together for couples - Separate toilets For your comfort, you will also have at your disposal, an iron and its table as well as a dishwasher. Quality sheets, towels and tea towels as well as a few coffee capsules are provided and your bed is made up on your arrival. Naturally, Wifi is accessible and free! Place Ste Colombe: Former market place in the 12th century, it was renovated in 2008. Benches have been installed, trees planted and the inhabitants of the district, as well as tourists, now take advantage of this square to have a very pleasant break. The Saint-Pierre district is considered to be the cradle of Bordeaux. It is quite natural that this ancient Gallo-Roman port, which was to become a medieval city, took the name of the patron saint of fishermen. In the 12th century, the harbour was filled in. The ramparts of the walled city will fall in the 18th century, with the development of the Place de la Bourse. What remains is the 35-metre high Cailhau defensive gate and the pedestrian or semi-pedestrian alleys whose names recall the district's commercial and artisanal vocation: rue des Argentiers, rue des Bahutiers, or rue du Chai des Farines. In the 16th century, the district was also populated by bourgeois families around the church of Saint-Rémi. Transport: Public transport: Tram A ("Place du Palais") at 100 meters from the apartment Tram A C and D (stop "Porte de Bourgogne") at 400 meters from the apartment Car: A parking lot is located under the Place Camille Julian at 500 m. Self-service bicycle: Station Vcub at 100 m 1,60 € for 24 hours.