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Saint Endréol is composed of small hamlets dotted here and there in beautiful pine forests. The house is built in the pure spirit of Provence with Roman roof tiles, wooden shutters, 3 terraces and embraces a large shared swimming pool and village square. The resort lifestyle here is different from other communities, offering both the intimacy of a friendly multinational neighbourhood and the amenities of a carefully planned development with an 18-hole golf course, swimming pools, 2000 sq.m. spa and treatment facilities, tennis courts and jogging trail, restaurant, café and bars.
I live in England with my husband and 2 young boys. My husband works in the legal field and I run our holiday and long-term rentals business. When not working we spend our holidays between France and the Lakes, both which we love dearly and hope to spend our retirement in.
Angie McCrum purchased this house in 2004
We just love the South of France! The weather, the food, the wine, the people, the language, the activities and it's beauty. I could go on but it would take forever.
It seems like a lifetime ago but just wanted to drop you a quick note to thank you for a lovely stay at your wonderful villa!
We had a dreadful trip down there, the traffic through Lyon was horrendous but once we got there we realised it was worth it. You really have a lovely place and the family evenings spent on the terrace will be long remembered.
Many thanks, Richard.
St Endreol is a golf resort and potential visitors should not think that there is much more on offer than the golf amenities and a swimming pool. The house itself is lovely. A really high standard and spacious. However, we were left disappointed. The Barbecue did not work so we had no barbecue for the 2 weeks. For me, when a barbecue is advertised then there should be one. There was a new gas barbecue which leaked gas, and then caught fire after an unqualified caretaker took a look. The owner responded to texts about the situation but did not check back that it had been resolved. Given the cost of the property and the resort and then high expectations this was simply not good enough. The property has 'internet' listed but it does NOT have broadband. It is a wifi dongle with 0.1 meg. You will not be surfing the net and uploading images to Facebook on this internet service. We just had to use our phone data as it was quicker. The wider amenities of the resort are those of a golf complex. There is one bar and restaurant. Le Muy has a couple of restaurants. The complex is immaculately kept and the pool is great for kids. So all in all, its in a fabulous location to explore the Var region and the property is a high spec townhouse but we were left disappointed when the facilities listed were not delivered.
We had a great holiday in September 2013, the house was clean, well equipped and photos were accurate. Excellent facilities (right down to the travel potty!) for those with babies and toddlers, but all stored away so those without wouldn't know it was all there. The site was quiet during our stay, lovely walks within the complex, the pool is 4 houses away and very clean. You can collect fresh bread, croissants etc. from the visiting bakery in the summer month early mornings, or wander up to the clubhouse for a drink or snack, visit the restaurant for something more substantial, and of course the golf course and spa is there too.
Great beaches are 20-30 minutes drive away, and fab day trips to St Tropez, Cannes, Port Grimaud etc. Plenty of Chateau's to visit nearby too.
There is a smallish supermarket 5 minutes drive away in Le Muy as is the local market, which is open on Thursday and Sunday mornings. If you arrive on a Saturday, we recommend buying your fruit, veg, cheese, bread, meats etc. from the market; great choice, local produce and cheaper than the hypermarket, which is about 15/20 minutes away.
Very helpful owners, happy to answer questions, we've just booked for next year and can't wait!
The beauty of St. Endreol is that it is only 20 mins drive from the French Riveria resorts of Frejus and St. Maxime. In both there are wonderful public and private beaches with a vast array of watersports, bars and restaurants. From St. Maxime a waterbus runs across to St.Tropez (10 mins).
Nice Airport - 45 mins.
Toulon - 1hr.
Car hire is recommended.
La Motte - 3 mins drive.
Le Muy - 3 mins drive.
St.Maxime - 20 mins drive.
St.Tropez - 40 mins drive and waterbus.
Where do we start the area has so much to see and do! On site there is golf, swimming, health spa, jogging trails etc... and then a few minutes drive there are 2 lovely villages, La Motte and Le Muy, which has the most amazing food markets on Thursdays and Sundays. Le Muy also has a shopping centre with a large Casino supermarket. Around St. Endreol there are many chateaux where you can sample fantastic local wines and usually a bite to eat.
The most stunning natural feature of the Cote d'Azur is known as the Massif de l'Esterel, a red porphyry rock covered in pine, oak and eucalyptus trees, that can be seen from the house terrace. There are many walks you can take through the hills but a good map is recommended for the more difficult trails. We also see many keen road cyclists around St.Endreol the roads are fantastic and the weather great all year round. There is also a canoeing centre just outside of La Motte.
Heading through the Massif and towards the coast you reach St.Maxime or Frejus/St.Raphael. These are beachside resort towns with public beaches and great beach clubs. St.Maxime has an outdoor water park (open June- September) on its outskirts and St.Raphael is a leading diving centre thanks to the WWII shipwrecks of the coast. Regular daily boats run from the towns to a variety of places but the must see is St.Tropez and Port Grimaud.
There are so many beaches to choose from along the coast (40km) I couldn't begin to list them but a drive or walk along the coastal road of the Corniche de l'Esterel is not to be missed as the views are spectacular and along the way you will find small resorts and inlets where you can swim. In summer when this road gets very crowded, choose the inland N7, which runs through the hills to some beautiful towns and villages along the way.
Frejus is known for its famous Roman ruins.
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We can hold a provisional booking for one week. A non-refundable deposit of £200 per week is required to secure your booking. The balance of the cost of your holiday is due 8 weeks prior to the start of your holiday. If booking within 4 weeks of the start of your holiday, full payment is required.
If the booking is cancelled less than 4 weeks prior to the start of your holiday, the payment is non-refundable.
Arrival anytime from 3.00pm on the start date and vacated by 11.00am on the day of departure. Changeover day is Friday. This is flexible.
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