Our cottages can become temporary homes, making it possible to find accommodation quickly for a longer or shorter period of few days or 5 months maximum.
For all employees in employment, a professional transfer, a one-off assignment, an apprenticeship, a work-study program, a relocation ...
The Oustaou, located in a peaceful location in the countryside, offers 3 * holiday rentals for your projects and missions from September 15 to March 15; you are traveling to the CEA in Cadarache, or on sites near Pertuis, Aix en Provence, we offer you a comfortable rental for your short or long term assignments.
from 145 € / week, cottages that can accommodate 5/6 people, contact us or tel 04.90.09.84.95
Apartment of approximately 35m², superbly furnished, in a completely renovated village house, in a quiet area and street, intended for 2/3 people on the 1st floor, furnished and equipped with great amenities.
Ideal for holidays at low prices but also for missions and transfers to Cadarache, (ITER site), cohabitation with employees or small family (while waiting to acquire your home!).
Located in Saint Paul lez Durance, a small hamlet of 800 inhabitants, in an inhabited and quiet area, 25 km from Aix en Provence and Manosque, in the Bouches du Rhône near the Peyrolles en Provence lake at 9 km (games, swimming ...)
Separate entrance, one bedroom with a 140 bed, wardrobe, old-fashioned dresser, new bedding. Beautiful living room with beautiful fitted kitchen, stereo, BZ sofa, TV and DVD player, TNT
Kitchen: dishwasher, microwave, electric oven, electric coffee machine, crockery and kitchen utensils for 2/3 people, table and chairs.
Shower room with shower, basin and mirror, towel radiator, washing machine and dryer, separate toilet, vacuum cleaner, ironing board and iron.
beautiful terrace equipped with garden furniture with a dominant view of the Durance, the valley and the surrounding hills.
from 600 € / month depending on duration
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as a reminder and info, our apartment respects the Cadrache / ITER criterias, and we are referenced : http://www.welcome-around-iter.com/resources.php?ln=en