This two bedroom holiday apartment is situated on the outskirts of Dabo, France. It is located in the same building as the landlord's home and benefits from lovely views of the surrounding scnery. You will also benefit from a small garden with barbecue facilities. All consumption costs (water, gas, electricity etc.) cleaning and bed linen included. Non-smoking holiday homes Max. 2 pets and max. 1 in Southern Europe unless stated otherwise. Pets are dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits and similar.
Please notice: - Extra costs inclusive: Consumption costs incl. - Houseowner lives on the site from 13/01/2018 The key collection location may be different to the apartments address
* Restrictions * Not accepted: Smokers
* Security deposit: subject to dates
* Extra cost already included: Cleaning included in the price
* Extra cost not included: Tourist tax - 1.00 EUR - Per person and night
The region of Grand Est in north-eastern France is a fantastic area of the country explore, rich with architectural monuments – dating back to the Roman Empire – gorgeous landscapes and an array of colourful, traditional festivals. Made up of ten departments, there’s plenty to do on a French getaway here (spread across Ardennes, Aube, Bas-Rhin, Marne, Haute-Marne, Haut-Rhin, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Meuse, Moselle and Vosges).
The region comprises of the former administrative regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine, bordered by the River Rhine in the east. Three mountain ranges can be found here; the Vosges Mountains, near France’s border with Germany, the Jura Mountains and the Ardennes Mountains.
The region’s capital city of Strasbourg, in the Alsace region, is a popular destination here, offering a great array of attractions from museums to theatres. Located on the west bank of the River Rhine, Strasbourg is famous for its historic centre, the Grande Île, which is home to a spectacular complex of monuments including its cathedral, ancient churches and the 18th century Rohan Palace and its museums within. The capital also boasts a fantastic Christmas market (one of the oldest in Europe) – certainly worth a visit on a winter escape!
The city of Metz in Lorraine is another brilliant area of the region to explore, steeped in history and home to a variety of beautiful, historic pieces of architecture, including Metz Cathedral. The city offers the perfect blend of history and modern attractions, including some fantastic galleries and contemporary exhibitions.
Grand Est enjoys hot and humid summers (the hottest month is typically July), with milder springs and autumns and cold, snowy winters.