- french, italian
About Denis Asso
Feel free to contact me for more advises, I will answer gladly to all your questions in order to prepare you better for your stay. I will be delighted to welcome you and make you discover all the charm of our small village's antique stones. I will be available during your whole stay.
Why Denis Asso chose Peille
Family home with large stone walls, located in the heart of a Renaissance village from the 16th century.
What makes this Apartment unique
The accommodation lays peacefully outside the bustling from the cities. Double-oriented sunny apartment. Free view of the coastline. Free parking in the village's outskirts. Direct access to the east side. The motorway is located 10 min away and easily opens the access towards either Italy or Cannes. The Tourist Office is located just a few metres away from the house.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Minimum age of primary renter: 20
Beau petit logement
Nous sommes une famille de quatre adultes, et avons passé trois nuits au village de Peille. Peille est une très belle location, et cela a été une très belle experience pour nous. Gens du village sont très sympathique, nous sommes arrivés a 9 pm et Denis nous a accueillis avec gentillesse et nous a aidé a emmener nos valises a l'appartement. Nous avions pas souper et a notre surprise, le resto a trois maison de notre residence nous ont fait des pizzas, une belle surprise inattendue. Les lits étaient comfortables et propres. L'appartement est petite, si vous utilisé les deux chambres, cela enlève le salon. Ce n'était pas un problème pour nous, car nous étions partie a tout les jours. Denis nous a aussi donné une tourné du village, c'était très agréable. Le village de Pielle et la residence a été une belle expérience pour toute notre famille. Denis habite en haut de la residence et a été disponible pour toute nos questions durant notre séjour.
Wonderful Apartment, Outstanding Village and Superb Owner.
We enjoyed our short stay in this very clean, cosy and comfortable apartment situated in a unique and amazing medieval village. The apartment is well equipped with all you need and has such a lovely feel to it. We would highly recommend it! We had a wonderful visit, Peille is such a fabulous interesting place steeped in history. What a great escape! Spectacular views from the war monument on the hilltop over to Nice. Took lots of great photos from there and we also watched the sunset from there too. The sun setting made the lighting super for taking photos. Loved all the mountains and the houses built into the rocks, wow! Visited Monaco and enjoyed a visit to the Musee Oceanographique with its amazing aquarium and seeing the famous Palace of Monaco and the Monte Carlo casino. Visited Menton, love all the fragrant citrus tree lined streets both in Monte Carlo and Menton as well as all the palm trees. Never seen so many palm trees. Just wonderful. Whilst in Menton we walked across the border into Italy and had a coffee. We Loved it all. C’est magnifique!
Denis is a lovely Gentleman. He is friendly, kind and helpful. We were able to establish a good rapport with him and he was very patient when conversing with us, especially as we were using limited French we have only just recently learned. On the night before we left he kindly invited us for a drink to the local Creperie bar next door and we met some of his friends from the village there who were so welcoming. We are keen to return as swiftly as we can as we are missing the village and the lovely people of Peille...Thank you Denis for making our stay just wonderful.
Richard & Jan (Wales, UK).
Nice apartment in beautiful medieval hill village in the south of France
We loved staying here!
Peille is an old hill town, a lovely, quiet place to walk around, with just a couple of small restaurants, a bar, a boulangerie, and an arts-and-crafts store. Some buildings date back to the 11th and 12th century. It's small enough that by the second day people in the streets were greeting us--small enough that the people in Peille who make (delicious) olive oil have to sell it in the next town over, which is a bit bigger, because there's no store in the village. Cars can't pass through the narrow streets, which means that a) all you hear are the sounds of winds, birds, and people; but b) if you are driving you have to park at the edge of town and walk in. We didn't mind the walk at all, but it might be a problem for people with limited mobility. Despite its somewhat remote location, Peille and the area around it were surprisingly (to us) vital, with lots of local concerts, movies, and art shows. It didn't hurt that we were there during the World Cup, which the whole village seemed to be watching on a TV in the central square. Dennis was a terrific host, willing to put up with our limited French. The apartment, reached by going up a narrow flight of stairs to the second floor (in US terms), was well-stocked and had two bedrooms and a fine view of the hills. There are no hotels, so if you want to stay in a place like this, VRBO may be your only option. Fortunately, it's quite a good option. As I said, we loved our time there.
Great place perched on a hillside near Monaco and Nice
The apartment is exactly as shown: very clean, very cute, and well equipped - had everything needed for dinners in. Peille is incredibly charming and worth exploring, and is just minutes from Monaco and Nice. Denis is extremely helpful and very patient with my wife's rudimentary French. Parking is available in a nearby lot. Bus service to La Turbie and Nice is convenient and inexpensive, but the schedule is limited.
Excellent stay, and we're hoping to visit again in the future.
We enjoyed our 3-night stay at Deni's apartment in this beautiful and quaint village. The accommodations were comfortable and well equipped. It made a cozy and convenient location from which to visit Nice, Monaco and Eze. Parking was available in the town lot and we were able to drive in a bit closer for loading and unloading the car. Denis did not let his little English and our little French become a barrier to our communication, as he sought out a friend from the village to help translate! We had the pleasure of having dinner at a village restaurant run by Remy. He was a warm, interesting, amiable guy who took a genuine interest in our family. We also availed ourselves of the local boulangerie. The village itself was full of photo opportunities and historical interest. Finally, the views up and down the mountain were spectacular.
Monaco: 10 miles
Nice: 14 miles
Sea: 10 miles
Highway 10 min
Near Monaco, Menton, Eze, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Nice, Italy.