St-Paul-de-Vence Villa Rental Photos and Description
2 bedroom sleeps 4 - 1 double, 1 twin/double close to beautiful St Paul de Vence
A modern, contemporary villa set in a new, secure and small domain. Bright spacious accommodation in a relaxing environment. Two bedrooms, one double & one twin/double. Terrace for outdoor dining. Beautiful tranquil setting in countryside 5 minutes drive from historic village St Paul de Vence. The property is only one year old and is finished to a very high standard throughout.
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
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St Paul de Vence:
This beautiful and charming medieval village sits atop a Provencal hillside and overlooks mountains and sea.
Nestled in the Domaine de la Bergerie, our villa was part of the newly developed luxury accommodation which sees 18 properties sitting pretty in a lavender-lined, picturesque setting just outside St Paul de Vence.
Our primary thought was that this two-bedroom, two-bathroom pad was even better than it looked in the pictures online. We were immediately impressed by the double-height living room windows and the clean, contemporary feel of the inside, with its white walls, creamy tiles and splashes of colour in the artwork and rugs.
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Make the most of the pool! Being surrounded by so many beautiful places to visit, it's easy to go out on all sorts of day trips, and leave little time for relaxing. The pool is shared between all the villas, but there was never more than two other parties there at one time during our stay. And it's a stunning swimming pool, from its lavender-fringed path, to its size, the cleanliness, and the view. You'll find beach towels in the twin room downstairs, and deck chairs in the garage.
Around and about:
The villa is only 15 minutes from Nice airport and, therefore, is close to the coast. We enjoyed a trip up to Beausoleil, back through Villefranche and Monaco, eventually arriving at the beautiful Plage Mala beach in Cap d'Ail. It has stunning scenery, but be warned: it's a long walk back up, and the beach is pebbly. In the opposite direction you'll find Antibes, Juan-les-Pins and Cannes. If you get stuck, you'll find a thorough guide of local attractions and restaurants at the villa.
Although the beach is near, don't miss a trip inland. It's achingly picturesque and much less crowded. We drove through Tourettes sur Loup, Bar sur Loup, up to Gourdon and back down the Gorge du Loup, stopping off at the Waterfall. Then we took in Grasse, where, just in case you're interested, we found our wedding venue!