Have a magical island holiday in this lovely house, boasting modern furnishings and a great location right in the picturesque town of Le Tampon.
Perfect for an island getaway for up to six people, this this semi-detached house sports ultra-modern amenities, cosy décor and two beautiful bedrooms.
One bedroom boasts a double bed and the other a double and a single, and there is also a single mattress available for an extra guest, while the bathroom has a tub and WC.
Stay relaxed and connected throughout your stay with amenities including air conditioning, central heating and WiFi, and sink into the comfortable couch in the living room to enjoy the flat-screen TV.
The stylish kitchen is equipped with high-tech gadgets and everything needed to cook up your meals, including a coffee machine and microwave. The dining table seats five people but why not enjoy your feast on the furnished terrace? Boasting a barbecue, it offers views of mountains and overlooks the fenced garden, the ideal place to unwind after an eventful day in paradise.
Cleaning, linen and towels are included.
A car is essential and there is private parking on site, smoking is allowed outside only and unfortunately your pets will not be able to join you.
Additional amenities include: coffee maker, patio/deck/terrace, kitchen utensils provided, shower, water kettle, smoking allowed outside, separate wc, bathtub, ironing board.
Characterised by flower gardens and traditional, Creole-style villas, the beautiful town of Le Tampon promises a relaxing holiday on Reunion Island. If you’re here to stay active, pastimes on offer near the house include rafting, mountain biking, and some great, scenic hikes, while there’s a plethora of sights, including interesting museums, nearby. You’ll be able to go swimming at the gorgeous beach of Saint Pierre Lagoon, 15 km away, and all the amenities you could wish for are within easy reach, including the closest restaurant at 3 km and a supermarket 5 km away.
Must-dos during your stay include exploring the stunning scenery by diving, kayaking or paragliding, and don’t miss a trip to the south-east corner of the island to see Piton de la Fournaise, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, or a day hiking and exploring the magnificent scenery of the islet of Grand Bassin.