10 Rue Croix Rouge, Arles, 13200
In the heart of the historical centre of Arles in Provence, Mia Casa guesthouse offers character and comfort, with a selection of themed rooms, exhibitions, and hosting facilities tailored to your needs. Vast guestrooms (some with kitchen facilities) and family suite (adjoining rooms) offering the amenities of furnished apartments. Free wifi, free parking nearby, and possibility to cook. Artists' residency.
Description of Mia Casa Bed & Breakfast:In Provence, at the gateway of Camargue, on one of the pilgrimage routes leading to Santiago de Compostela and at the heart of the historical center of Arles… here is where works of art, antiques and vintage furniture, natural materials and artifacts brought back from traveling the world all come together : Mia Casa offers you the luxury of the soulful and real, with an added artist's touch.
Well-traveled artists, we have loved experiencing the refinement of palaces as much as finding good deals, and have set home to create a place true to this idea and where our hosts can truly feel at home.
We will be at your disposal to make your stay a real success. Equally, our guest rooms and furnished apartments enjoy independent access, allowing you privacy should you prefer it. Choose from a variety of hosting facilities : a big room and a suite, but also a studio a small apartment where you will be able to cook. We also regularly organize activity holidays and can offer reduced rates for weekly or monthly stays. Mia Casa is ideal for romantic getaways and for family holidays and get-togethers between friends.
Lastly, as we wish to promote the work of artists, we hold here private exhibitions and an artists' residency.
…à Arles With its maze of tiny streets bathed in subdued luminosity, Arles and its Roman and Romanesque Heritage has always attracted artists, notably Van Gogh who attempted to set up in Arles an artists' community and painted here over 300 works - a selection of which you will be able to discover on this web site. Today, Arles is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites, which ensures its historical center remains free from any visual pollution such as advertising posters or anachronistic architecture. Its environment is also preserved outside the city's walls as Arles opens onto Camargue National Reserve, one of the world's Biosphere Reserves, and onto the chain of hills called the Alpilles where many rare and protected species also live. Arles soothes but also sharpens the eye and its world-famous " Rencontres " turn it every year into the world's capital of Photography. A place of art, Arles is also a city of traditions, with festivities celebrating year round provencal culture.
Easy to access Mia Casa is a stone's throw from the Rhone river, in the chic Bohemian district of La Roquette, undoubtedly the city center's most picturesque. Past the door, your journey continues under the auspices of art and history, with the exhibition of artists who add to this unique décor. Welcome !
Below are the latest reviews for this listing:
Une maison d'hôtes très agréable. Le quartier de la Roquette est vivant et pittoresque. Delphine, l'hôtesse de Mia casa, est charmante, pleine de bonne humeur et de gentillesse. J'y ai séjourné deux fois déjà avec beaucoup de plaisir (et, à n'en pas douter, j'y retournerai)
Directions to Mia CasaBy Road:
Free parking nearby, on boulevard Georges Clemenceau (note: no parking on Saturday morning), Avenue Sixte Quénin, or place Gabriel Peri.
freeway A7/A9/A54, exit Arles Centre
freeway A7 then A54, exit Arles Centre
freeway A9 then A54, exit Arles Centre
Direct TGV (High-speed) trains Paris-Arles (4h) or TGV Paris-Avignon + connection to Arles (2h40 + 40 minutes).
During summer, Eurostar runs trains from the UK to Avignon, where it is possible to connect to Arles (+40 minutes).
Arriving by train
Mia Casa is a 15-minute walk away from Arles' train station. The simplest route is to follow the banks of the Rhone river. Note: from the station, a free shuttle departing every 20 minutes, the Starlette, serves the historical center. Get off at "Tour de l'Ecorchoir". Mia Casa is then located on a street perpendicular to the Rhone, a two minutes walk coming back on yourself.
Arles is located 25km away from Nimes airport, 65km away from Marseille-Provence airport, 35km away fromAvignon airport and 72 km away from Montpellier airport. You may then continue your journey by public transport as Arles is well connected to each of these cities by bus or train.
From Nimes airport, a shuttle - whose schedule is coordinated with that of flights - can take you to Nimes' train station from where there are frequent trains to Arles (travel time: 30 minutes).
From Montpellier airport, a shuttle bus can take you to the tramway station "Place de l'Europe", which serves Montpellier's train station where you can hop on a train to Arles (travel time: 50 minutes).
At the airport Marseille-Provence, a shuttle will take you to the airport station where you may hop on a direct train to Arles. Buses and trains can also easily take you to Marseilles' train station from where there are regular trains to Arles (travel time: 50 minutes).
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