This quaint, 19th Century maison de village is situated in the heart of historic Céret on a cobbled street next to the Eglise Saint Pierre, France’s largest Baroque church. A short walk invites you to Céret’s delightful bar and café culture and major attractions such as the Musée d'Art Moderne. The features of the property including original wooden beams, traditional French shutters and colourful murals on the walls in homage to the Artisan culture of Céret, lend a charming and artistic feel. The accommodation is on four floors – a ground floor entrance foyer, ensuite double bedroom with original stone-faced walls. The second floor has a partitioned study/desk, and a living room with a rustic, traditional-style fireplace. The main ensuite double bedroom and kitchen, are on the third and fourth floors, respectively. The roof terrace is ideal for al fresco dining with a picturesque view over terracotta rooftops, the surrounding hills and depending on the season, a snow-capped Mount Canigou in the distance.
Local attraction: • Musée d'Art Moderne (Modern Art Museum - www.musee-ceret.com)
• Church - Eglise Saint Pierre
• Place des Neuf Jets
• Pont du Diable (Devil’s bridge)
• Saturday town market
Parking: Parking is just up the street in a large and safe public parking area sign-posted “Parking Musée d'Art Moderne”.
There is an Internet and WIFI provided in the property!