Les-Arcs-sur-Argens Villa Rental Photos and Description
This self catering rental villa offers charm and comfort with modern amenities
The villa is full of character it has been tastefully modernised but at the same time keeping its charm. A cosy lounge with low beamed ceiling and wood burning stove. The newly fitted kitchen is very well equipped with modern appliances, there is a kitchen table where the family can gather for their meals or use the dinning room. The rustic dinning room with a wood burning stove and fully opening folding patio doors leading to the front of the villa, which is located just to one side of the kitchen. There are 4 bedrooms all bright and sunny, plus a full bathroom, walk-in shower, large bath, hand basin & wc and a shower room, walk-in spacious shower, hand basin & wc . There is a separate WC to the first floor The main garden is to the front of the villa with meadow lawns and gravelled areas, with plenty of parking. Mature mulberry trees shade parts of the frontage to the villa, while grape vines grow on the villa walls. The heated pool is surrounded by mature shrubs and fenced with two security gates the pool area is in sun all day.
Les Arcs-sur-Argens Var: From this location you are within easy reach of the A8 autoroute, the many inland hill top villages, or, to the beaches of the Mediterranean, With the A8 only 3 km. from the villa, Cannes, Antibes, Nice and Monte Carlo are all within a few hours drive.Or take a drive along the coast road to Port Grimaud know as the Little Venice Of Provence and St Tropez.
This area has 7 golf courses. Take time to visit the many vine yards and domains the area has to offer, the Var is famous for it's Rosé wine.
TGV: The railway station is 5 km from the villa, here you can catch a train along the coast either in the direction to Cannes, Antibes, Nice and Monte Carlo even into Italy, or head toward Marseille or even Paris which takes about 5 hours. Just check the time table for the times for the TGV .
By car from the channel ports: Travelling by car
The Auto routes are a fast and direct way to travel through France, they are toll roads and payment can be made in Euro or by credit card. The maximum speed is 130 KPM, but you will find the traffic moves a little faster! There are plenty of rest areas with cafés and petrol stations.
Driving in France is straight forward, with regulation and road signs generally similar to those in most West European countries, the U.S.A. AND Canada. The basic rule is to drive on the right, overtake on the left and be extra carefully at roundabouts. Driver must carry at all time, a full driving licence, vehicle registration document and evidence of insurance cover. Check the need of a green card as driving without reduces a fully comprehensive insurance to third party only.
All persons in the car must wear seats belts.
The Auto routes are a fast and direct way to travel through France.
- non smoking only
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
- children welcome
- pets not allowed