The most beautiful view of the city on the Rimbaud Museum
Apartment for 6 people, the Rimbaud suite is located in front of the Rimbaud museum, 200 m from Place Ducale. It is equipped with designer furniture and has all modern comforts. The apartment is fully air conditioned.
- The Rimbaud suite has fiber optics, wifi and Netflix.
- Household linen is provided: towels, sheets, duvet covers.
- The beds are made for your comfort.
- An interior courtyard will keep your bikes safe.
« Rewelacyjna lokalizacja, blisko bezpłatne parkingi. Bardzo ciekawa architektonicznie oraz turystycznie miejscowość. Szkoda, że dysponowaliśmy zbyt krótkim czasem na zwiedzanie miasta i okolicy! Bardzo szybki i konkretny kontakt z Gospodarzem drogą mailową. Superb location, close to free parking. A very interesting architectural and tourist town. It is a pity that we had too short time to explore the city and the surrounding area! Very fast and specific contact with the host via email. »
« Fantastic location on the riverside! Arriving at free parking, then footbridge straight to apartment was quite magical. Size of apartment was good, everything worked just fine. »
« Très bel appartement idéalement placé près de la Place Ducale. Très bien équipé. Literie très bonne. Lumineux. Bien agencé. »
« L'accès facile grâce au boitier de clés , la proximité de la gare et du centre ville , la propreté, l'équipement et les petits détails (ingrédients pour le petit déjeuner très complets )serviettes, produit douche,shampooing très appréciable quand on veut voyager léger ! Parking gratuit ... Séjour au top ! Merci Nicolas. »
« I love the view from our rooms. I loved the layout and space. I’ve never been more happy. »
American fridge with freezer,
dining table for 6 people,
Flat screen TV
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the apartment
Arthur Rimbaud is a French poet, born October 20, 1854 in Charleville and died November 10, 1891 in Marseille. Although brief, the density of his poetic work made Arthur Rimbaud one of the foremost figures in French literature.
Arthur Rimbaud wrote his first poems at fifteen. According to him, the poet must be “clairvoyant” and “one must be absolutely modern”. He maintains a tumultuous romantic adventure with the poet Paul Verlaine. At the age of twenty, he suddenly gave up writing, without having yet been really published, to devote himself more to reading, as well as to the pursuit of his language practice.
His marginal, anti-bourgeois and libertarian ideas push him to choose an adventurous life, whose peregrinations lead him to Abyssinia, where he becomes a merchant (hardware, bazaar, clothes, coffee etc.), if not Explorer. His attempt to arm Menelik with the support of the French Consul proved disastrous for him. Its unique “arms trade” had only a symbolic political impact, but contributed to its legend. Of this second, exotic life, the only known writings consist of nearly 180 letters (family and professional correspondence) and some geographical descriptions.
Worms like those of the Bateau ivre, Le Dormeur du val or Voyelles are among the most famous of French poetry. The precocity of his genius and his adventurous life help to forge the legend of the poet.