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Staying in Bulgarian countryside is something to remember. Living in a tiny quiet village, you might witness a passing era. Locals are breeding domestic animals, make their own yogurt at home and in September make winter supplies from fruit trees, grown up in their own gardens. The sound of a rooster crowing in the morning would remind you that the best eggs come from chickens who wander all day freely around.
Villa Lavandin has been inspired by the French country style holiday homes, where the simple living perfectly combines modern technology with rustic furniture and greatly complements the rural daily life. In this newly build rental home you will find all the best from past and present. Being so close to Albena resort, it makes it easy to pop into a shop, go to the beach, eat out in the evening, as frankly you might not be willing to go out of the villa at all.
The ground floor living room is spread out on more than 50 sq. m and combines an entrance hall, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge areas. Kitchen is fully fitted with refrigerator with freezer, oven, electric hobs, microwave, dishwasher, extractor, el. kettle, microwave, coffee machine and blends modern features with old-fashioned decor. Lounge area - somewhere to relax with a cup of tea or coffee and a good book - it is definitely your special space to unwind or to keep the children busy with some TV channels. On the same level there is a wet room with washing machine. On the ground floor you will find 2 bedrooms - a twin bedroom with adjacent tiny shower room opposite the corridor and en suite double bedroom - both with direct access to the patio and the swimming pool. Upstairs are the other two bedrooms located - a twin and a double one - both with private shower room. Every detail in Villa Lavandin is thought through to make the home as comfortable as possible.
All the bedrooms and the four simple shower rooms are finished with small details, which warm the rooms up and spreads the extra special country chic look throughout the villa. This holiday home is generously finished with a mix of antiques and it looks like as though each of these pieces has a story to tell you. The artwork on the walls and all the little things make this holiday home feel so lived-in. The bedrooms are furnished with comfortable iron beds for a peaceful night sleep, loads of sweet accessories and a chandelier overhead.
The undercover outdoor area is divine with a stone barbecue and table with garden chairs – stylish venue for your perfect alfresco dining. Relaxing on the veranda or front porch is one of life's great joys, especially if there is a good book involved. In the BBQ area - warm in the evenings and cool in the shade - you will find your special place away from the midday sun, to relax and enjoy some quiet time when children have their late afternoon nap after the beach. If they are too excited to be put to bed, you can keep an eye on the children playing in the kids' pool from the outside covered area.
Filled with the perfume of the lavender bushes in the garden, the breeze creates the never-to-be-forgotten Villa Lavandin feel.
Villa Lavandin swimming pool dimensions: 9 m in length, 5 m in width and 1,50 m in depth, with children section - 1,50 m x 5 m x 0,40 m. Villa is accessible through stairs, which might not be suitable for people with walking difficulties. There are 3-4 parking places on the street. Wi-Fi available. Fully air-conditioned property.
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LOCAL ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
Places of interest:
The beautiful Albena resort is the second biggest beach resort on the North Black sea coast in Bulgaria. With its 17 tennis courses, a riding club with 30 horses and 2 arenas, 21 outdoor and an indoor pools, a yacht club, fitness centres, playgrounds for beach volleyball, bowling hall, a centre for paragliding, parachute jumps, plenty of restaurants and bars, Albena resort has a lot to offer for a full and completely vacation. The resort is situated only 30 km away from Bulgaria's sea capital Varna. It is remarkable for its 6-km long beach. It has 43 hotels (2 to 4 stars), situated at the very beach or at the picturesque hills with exciting views of the sea and the “Balata” National Reserve.
Varna: Varna is Bulgaria's third largest city. It was an inhabited place even before the Greeks established the colony of Odessos there about 580 B.C. Later, under the Romans and their successors, the Slavs, Varna became a major port trading with Constantinople, Venice and Dubrovnik. Nowadays it is Bulgaria's main naval and commercial shipping port. It's also becoming a magnet for tourists, being adjacent to the coastal resorts of Golden Sands, St. Constantine and Albena. A university town, it is has a cosmopolitan atmosphere that will immediately impress visitors. Boulevards lined with 10th century buildings provide an attractive backdrop to the fashion shops and sophisticated cafe bars.
Golden sands - the biggest summer resort on the North coast of Bulgaria with glorious scenery, wooded hillsides sweeping down to meet one of the world's most beautiful beaches and the blue sparkling sea. The beach is 3.5 km long and its width is up to 100 m in some places. With the average temperature of the air is 27° C and that of the water 24° C, Golden sands is the right place for sea- and sunbaths from May to October. Distanced only 18 km from Varna city and about 25 km from the internation airport, the resort offers great variety of entertainments for all ages - parents with children, youths, elderly.
Aladja monastery: It is the most famous rock monastery at the Bulgarian Coast, one of the many monc cloisters, existed in 13-14 century.
Dobrich: Due to its generous land, the area of Dobrich town is called the ‘Granary of Bulgaria’. Dobrich is the eighth most populated town in Bulgaria, being the centre of the historical region of Southern Dobrudja, and is located 30 km west of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, not far from resorts such as Albena, Balchik, and Golden Sands. Some of the sights in Dobrich are the museum of Yordan Yovkov (great Bulgarian writer), the "Old town" of Dobrich with different handcraft workshops, the ruins of a Middle Ages settlement, the ancient necropolis and a big number of monuments.
Baltata Forest Reserve: Very close to the resort (bordering "Albena" and stretching west to Kranevo Village) is one of the few dense forests, which have been preserved -Baltata preservation area or 197 hectare wildlife area. The forests of Baltata reserve are actually made up of many interesting habitats because of its proximity to the sea. Found in the reserve are deer, wild boar, red fox, steppe polecat, wood ducks, herons, falcons,etc. as well as numerous representative flora supported by this unique ecosystem. Visitation is encouraged but only with specially arranged tours and guides.
Kranevo village: the holiday village of Kranevo with its remains of the ancient fortress used in Roman times and the Middle Ages is also located in very close proximity to Albena resort. Beside the fortress, the village is also attractive for its mineral springs. The coast between Albena and Kranevo is high and extremely picturesque with steep rocky formations.