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This apartment features an entrance, a separate bedroom with a comfortable double bed, a living room with a well-equipped kitchen, a cozy lounge area with a sofa bed (140 cm), a shower room, a garden terrace, and a private parking space. Amenities include WiFi, a TV, a DVD player, and a CD-radio. The apartment is fully renovated, tastefully decorated, and comes with all necessary furnishings. Conveniently located near shops, the town center is just 3 km away and can be easily reached by bus or bicycle along the scenic banks of the Garonne river. Linen is provided for 2 persons. The minimum rental period is 3 nights at a rate of 65 per night. Weekly rates start at 385, depending on the season. A tourist tax of 0.99 per day per adult applies. Monthly rentals are also available, please contact us for more information.


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To reach the apartment from the inner ring road, take exit 25 towards Langlade and then turn right towards Stone (Route of Spain).

If you are coming from the airport, hop on tram T1 and get off at the Stone Cross stop. From there, catch Bus L4 heading towards Basso Cambo and alight at the second stop called Barrier Muret. The apartment is just a 5-minute walk away.

If you are arriving at Gare Matabiau, take metro line A to Place Esquirol and then transfer to Bus L4 heading towards Basso Cambo. Get off at the Barrier Muret stop. The apartment is a short 5-minute walk from there.



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Notes: 3 night minimum stay. Decreasing price depending on the duration.
Notes: The apartment is rented from 3 nights minimum. Decreasing price depending on the duration.




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