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Villa La Tosca

by Anthony Lopez-Vito
Lanton, Bordeaux
Aquitaine France

Villa La Tosca is a prestigious luxury beach-front accommodation offering exemplary service in the reinvigorating atmosphere of marine life and pine forests. It guarantees a feeling of well-being and promises a vacation full of memorable, magic moments.

  • 8 bedrooms
  • 8 bathrooms
  • 15 guests

Best for: Families, group of friends. Special occasions and events.

From: Price On Application

Amenities

  • Pool
  • Spa or Gym Facilities
  • Alarm
  • On site security / porter
  • Linen
  • Towels
  • Bathrobes
  • Ironing
  • Hairdryer
  • Bikes
  • Cinema
  • Games room

Details

The Villa is also ideal if you are looking for an ideal location to organize corporate meetings, seminars, private parties, retreats, wine or cookery courses, celebrate anniversaries, religious ceremonies, well-being retreats, movie and photo-shoots.

GROUND FLOOR:
* Entrance with cloakroom and separate WC/powder room

* The Cuisine - a dream space for the gourmet cook! Not just attractive to look at but practical too, equipped with all imaginable and ready for action! A magnet for guests and the centre breakfast bar makes an ideal space for cooking workshops. Fully equipped western kitchen with 2 integrated ovens, a gas hob, induction cooking, grill, built-in deep fryer, microwave, plate warming drawer, icemaker, freezer, and American style fridge

* Dining Room & separate Salon both with open fires and floor to ceiling French doors which cascade out onto the sea view terrace offering an al fresco dining experience. Ideal setting for any kind of reception and can receive up to 80 guests inside and in connection with the gardens and tents up to 160 people outside.

* Cinema/Seminar Room with large screen Satelite TV with PC plugin, with 40 people capacity

* Library with fireplace and extensive collection of books and games, ideal for reading, relaxation and small meetings

* La Verandah Suite: double bed (can be twin) + large en-suite, opens onto verandah. Wheelchair access

LOWER GROUND FLOOR:
* Le Studio - Independent studio with private access from garden and ground floor. Includes a small kitchenette. Double (can be twin)bed + en-suite.

* La Chaudiere – Double (can be twin)+ en suite.

First Floor:
* Bureau‚ home office with printer/scanner etc.

THE BEDROOMS:
* La Chaudiere: 20 SQM, Twin or double bed, garden level, with eye level, window to back garden, bathroom and walk-in shower

* Le Studio: 30 SQM, Twin or double bed, garden level with doors opening up towards the back of the garden, kitchenette,
bathroom with walk-in shower

* La Foret 20 SQM, Twin or king-size bed, 1st floor, back garden/forest view, bathroom with walk-in shower

* Le Confort 20 SQM, King-size bed, 2nd floor, sea view and star view, bathroom with separate walk-in shower

* La Verandah 20 SQM, Twin or double bed, ground floor, sea view and direct access to loggia terrace, bathroom with big walk-in shower, accessible to people with reduced mobility, and in wheelchairs

* La Petite Tosca 60 SQM, Separate little chalet in back garden, double bed, garden and pool view, terrace, salon, kitchen, bathroom with walk-in shower

* Le Bassin 20 SQM, Twin or king-size bed, 1st floor, sea view, direct access to loggia terrace, bathroom with walk-in shower

* La Vue 35 SQM, Tower room, 2-3rd floor(Duplex), king-size bed, stunning 360 degrees sea, garden and forest views,
bathroom with sea view, bathtub, walk-in shower

* L’eau Vive 80 SQM, King-size bed, 1st floor, sea view and garden pool view, direct access to 3 outdoor terraces, dressing,
bathroom with open fire place, Jacuzzi bathtub, walk-in shower with water jets

EXTERIOR:
Private and secluded 4500sqm garden with two fountains, ecological pool Balinese bed and hammock.
Only the century old stone wall, lined with Tamaris trees and its heritage gate, separate the grounds from a stroll onto the beach at low tide or a refreshing dip at high tide.
Marquee installation possible in the garden.

Property size: 836 m²

Facilities and Services

Small conference room, Cinema room, Office equipment, Ample parking, Balinese bed, Hammock, Bike, Petanque, Trampoline, Table tennis, SONOS sound system, Connection RJ45 in all rooms, Badminton

Pool and Spa

4m x 15m ecological lap pool

Special Touches

Full time concierge and holiday coordinator. Direct access to the beach.

Good to Know

Since the late 18th century the Bassin d'Arcachon is renowned for its reinvigorating micro climate. The particular blend of pine forest and ocean air is proven to be health preventive and beneficial to many people suffering from heart or lung conditions.The Bassin d'Arcachon is also known for its amazing natural light shows. It is not surprising that the world famous painter Toulouse-Lautrec chose to spend many summers at the neighbouring villa ‚ Au Bagatelle.

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Location

Nearest Airports: Bordeaux Merignac- 30 mins drive and Bergerac airport 1 hour drive.

The Arcachon Bay is tidal by nature, the daily withdrawal of the Atlantic Ocean ensuring the release of health giving ions into the atmosphere from the depths of the sea bed and the replenishment
of clean, fresh, invigorating waters. One can while away several relaxing hours on her beautiful white sandy beaches and multitude of water sports available here.

The historic city of Bordeaux, now a UNESCO world heritage site,offers a diverse range Art Galleries, museums and entertainment and plays host to an impressive collection.

Nearby:
- Bordeaux, 65 km/45 mins
- Bordeaux Meringac Airport, 44 km/35 mins
- Andernos, 5 mins
- Arcachon, 40 mins
- Cap Ferret, 35 mins
- Libourne, 85 km
- Pessac-Leognan vineyards, 40 mins
- St Emilion vineyards, 102 km/60 mins

Recommended visits:

Bordeaux

Alain Jupp, Mayor of Bordeaux, launched an urban project in 1996 to clean of façades, develop the quays along the Garonne river, commission the tram that runs on a ground-level power supply and to re-qualify urban areas.

This strengthened the desire to protect and showcase Bordeaux heritage. Now, Bordeaux, Port of the Moon, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.

Bordeaux has more than 350 classified buildings and buildings listed as Historic Monuments, including 3 religious World Heritage buildings since 1998 as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostella in France.

Guests may discover by foot the architecture that has hardly had any stylistic changes over the last two centuries, the quarter of Saint-Michel built around the flamboyant Gothic style Basilica and Sainte-Eulalie situated to the south west of the Mediaeval city wall and departure point for Spain and Compostella. Or find out about the newly renovated quays of the Garonne, the Port de la Lune, and Bordeaux's six bridges by river cruise.

Opera/Theatre

Bordeaux has a rich culture of music and dance. Operas, operettas, classic ballet, contemporary dance, orchestras, and theatre performances are yours to choose from.

Museum

From arts and crafts, old masters paintings, wine and vine to mention but a few, Bordeaux has many museums that preserve and showcase the regions historic and artistic heritage.

The Oyster House in Larros port, houses a modern scenographic museum entirely devoted to the techniques of oyster farming.

Arcachon

In 1823 the first Hotel emerged on the seashore at the entrance of the Bassin d'Arcachon. In 1857 the railway of La Teste is extended until Arcachon, and in 1862 the city planning took effect. Arcachon was born. Opulent villas of different styles appear in a maze of small alleys curved so as to be protected from the strong cold northerly winds, thus called The Winter Town.

The eclectic architecture of the bourgeois villas nestled in the Historic listed building site, The Winter Town, can be discovered by foot or by a little train. Enjoy the unique panoramic view over the Bay at the top of the belvedere.

Biganos

By advance arrangement guests can visit the 12 hectares farm of Caviar de France, the first sturgeon farm in France, and learn all the secrets of caviar farming in a unique environment. The fish is being raised under the most stringent hygienic and natural conditions and without conservation products.

At the end of the visit guests can experience the salty taste and smooth texture of the Caviar de Gironde with a glass of Champagne.

Booking Enquiry

    Additional Information

    Rates Table

    2023 PeriodWeekly Rate5 week nightsWeek EndsPer Night
    6 January to 25 March€17900€9900€8900€2900
    25 March to 3 June€24000€13900€11900€4900
    3 June to 1 July€33000€23900€12900
    1 July to 2 September €40000€29900€16900
    2 September to 23 September€33000€23900 €12900
    23 September to 28 October€24000€13900€11900 €4900
    28 October to 16 December€17900€9900€8900€2900
    Easter Holidays, Christmas & New Year€24000€13900€11900€4900

    Booking Conditions

    Rates include:
    Welcome drink & cheese/Local specialties
    As well as:
    • Daily French Breakfast
    • Butler or Waiter (High Season Only)
    • Concierge service (8:00 AM - 8:00 PM/7days a week)
    • Daily cleaning (6 hours)
    • Change of bed sheets weekly, or twice weekly on request, daily towel cleaning on request
    • Free Internet & Sat TV & In Room Movies
    • Free onsite activities: Boules, Croquet, Table Tennis, Football Table, Trampoline, Volley Ball, Canoes, Cycles

    For an additional charge, a private chef and waiter are available upon request.

    Arrival: Saturday/Saturday 3:00 PM, Departure 11:00 AM

    The Villa requires security deposit €5,000 cash or credit/debit card authorization at least one week before the stay.

    Weddings:
    High Season - Price & Availability upon request
    Mid Season & Low Season - €8,900 and €4,500 respectively.

    30% non-refundable payment is required to secure a booking.
    The balance, together with any refundable security deposit, is requested 60 days prior to arrival.

    A non-refundable deposit is required in order to secure a booking. The balance, together with any security deposit, will be requested 60 days prior to your check-in.

    Although calendars are updated daily, they may not reflect the latest availability. Always contact Passepartout Homes to discuss availability for your chosen properties.

    Rates may vary without prior notice.