A cosy room, furnished with a single bed, a desk, shelves and a wardrobe. You will be able to enjoy an exterior view of the street, as well as use a ceiling fan during hot summers.
This apartment is located on Camino de Ronda, just around the corner from many campuses of the University of Granada and is very convenient for students. Four fully furnished bedrooms are available for rent, all equipped with ceiling fans and storage for your belongings. We love the apartment's charming and sophisticated atmosphere - we are sure you will be able to prepare many delicious meals in the fully equipped kitchen with a balcony and relax in the living room, which also has a dining area. The tenants will also have access to two shared bathrooms. There are plenty of bus services available nearby as well as El Corte Ingles, where you will be able to do your grocery shopping. An absolutely perfect location for students! The area of the apartment is 95m2.
This apartment is located on the second floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes on the balcony. The minimum lease for this apartment is 150 days (5 months). Wi-Fi is installed and activated in the property.
You will have access to plenty of bus routes that can take you to Granada city centre, as well as the surrounding areas.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Your well-situated, laid-back home in central Granada
Overview Modern. Tranquil. Open-minded.
Ronda is made up of 3 neighbourhoods: Camino de Ronda, Rosaleda and Fígares.
Here, you have the very best of local Granada life at your fingertips:
Laid-back tapas restaurants. Culture-rich parks. LGBT-friendly bars.
Plus, the city centre is an easy walk away. What’s not to like?
What can I do here?
Have a picnic in García Lorca Park.
Cool off with a caña by the riverside in Fígares.
Then head to the Parque de las Ciencias. Here, check out the views of Granada from the 50 m high observation tower...
...then go and visit some of the sights you saw!
Energy for more?
In the evening, head into Camino de Ronda, and conduct some important research on which bar has the best tapas.
Renowned Spanish wordsmith Federico García Lorca had a summer house in Ronda. It’s now a museum, located in the park named after him. Poetic!
Can I afford it? € (Budget friendly)
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