|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
In the heart of the medieval village of Bormes les Mimosas, Belvedere du Moulin and Pichot du Moulin compose a house of 170 m2 with 4 levels, topped with a panoramic terrace with flowers and trees of 50 sqm and located in a calm and charming pedestrian lane.
The indicated price is for Belvédère du Moulin and Moulin Pichot sets; having separate entrances, they can be rented independently (on request).
Le Belvedere du Moulin terrace, a lounge, a dining room with kitchen all with sea views, a master suite with bathroom and a double room with bathroom. Rated 5 stars.
The first levels of the house, Pichot du Moulin: living room - dining room kitchen, a bedroom with 2 beds, a bathroom and a master suite with a charming stone wall Bormes with bathroom. Rated 4 stars.
Whether you come to 2 or with your family and friends, his view of the sea, the islands of Levant, Port Cros and Porquerolles and the village and its amenities will amaze you.
Air conditioning ensures a comfortable heating. TV Broadband and WiFi, Homecinema HD screens, free Telephone (for normal use), satellite access, Apple TV, Tuner Internet Radio, computer, color laser printer (useful for printing tickets).
Since 2014, 3 flat screens in the house have access to hundreds of TV channels (BBC 1 2 ..., Eins, ZDF, ABC, CBS, NBC, Eurosport ...).
You can unload your luggage on a pretty square 50 m; and park in nearby streets or large free public car park 300m.
The village of Bormes, pedestrian will be wonderful playground for your children.
Ideally located near the Golf 18 holes Valcros and 35 km from Ramatuelle and St Tropez.
Between Marseille and Cannes 100 km to 130 km, 150 km to Nice, Monaco 170 km.
The closest international airports are Marseille, Toulon and Nice.
Right next to the Lavandou with its bars, its restaurants, nightlife and shops.
Beach Estagnol with his magical restaurant located under the pines behind the dune.
Bormes and Lavandou with beaches for everyone connected by a bike path.
Great restaurants nearby such as: Rastegue at the Pin de Bormes, l'Empreinte at Aiguebelle and Farigoulette at la Fossette.
We are a French family of 3.
We are very interested in design and architecture.
Pierre Alexandre PAUTRAT purchased this house in 2011
This house belonged to relatives for decades. We bought it in 2011 and completed a full renovation; to make a resort for us and our guests. We hope you like it as much as we do.
Terrace, flowers, trees and views.
Being in the heart of a medieval village, flowers and pedestrian.
Comfort in any season.
Belvedere Mill with its terrace is rated 5 stars by an official body, the Pichot is rated 4 stars.
Technology at your service.
Find the TV channels in your home area.
The home, your beds are made before your arrival.
Situated in the center of old Bormes village this home lacks no comfort or convenience. We truly enjoyed our stay here. The owner was easily reached by email and responded immediately to inquiries. The home is kept perfectly clean and secure.
Bormes is a quiet village in the winter with mild weather and lots of sunshine. We enjoyed walking in the neighboring hills and along the nearby coastline.
We highly recommend this property to anyone interested in the comfort of a home away from home. It is really a 5+ property.
Can only recommend this stunning property. The terrace and the view over Bormes and the coast are stunning. It was quiet and peaceful, and the house was completely equipped with every luxury that one could need.
Pierre Alexande Pautrat was extremely helpful, and made us feel very welcome.
I have stayed at 4 different rentals through Homeaway and this is my first review because this is the first 5 star review I can give (I don't want to be the person to negatively impact a person's business even though I rely on those reviews myself).
Anyway, we stayed here for a week and half in February and I cannot not say enough nice things. What I liked most about this place was that it felt like a home (as opposed to a sterile vacation rental) and had every modern convenience you could possibly think of- a dishwasher, a dryer, a soda stream, towel warmers etc. It is located right in the charming village on a pedestrian alley. You feel like you are stepping back into time until you enter this very modern, newly renovated home. The views are beyond stunning and the roof top terrace was incredible. I could go on and on.
The owner, Pierre, was so great to work with. He was very helpful and always got back to us quickly. I had been nervous about the stairs and the white furniture prior to our stay because we were traveling with a toddler. Pierre purchased baby gates to block the stairs and assured us that all of the furniture was washable. So it worked out perfectly.
The village itself is great. We were there in the off season so a lot of the shops weren't opened but that was to be expected. We did some nice walks in the village and drove to the nearby beaches and vineyards which were all beautiful. Despite being the middle of winter the weather was still pretty nice. We had a few rainy days which gave us an excuse to stay inside and take advantage of the apply tv.
I am not sure if we will be returning to France anytime soon but I loved this place so much that I really wish we could. I highly recommend it.
Stylish apartment in a town house, centrally located, and all the mod cons you could wish for. The views from the terrace and the living room are truly stunning. And the owners are really friendly and helpful too!
The attention to detail is superb and it really is a home from home. Luxurious bathroom fittings, soft towels, comfortable beds, loads of pillows and plenty of built-in storage. Quality utensils, Nespresso machine, chilled wine cabinet and soda stream in the kitchen. My daughter loved the antique school desk in her bedroom and my husband loved the speakers that are built into the wall in the living room. We used the Apple TV to watch a rented film on the big screen -- perfect when the little ones are tucked up in bed.
There are lots of amenities nearby. The bakery is just a few minutes stroll from the Belvedere and gave away free donuts to our children. There's a small deli round the corner for ham and cheese. And there's plenty of restaurants, snack bars and ice cream parlours to choose from.
You're spoilt for choice with local beaches. We especially enjoyed the Estagnol beach -- park in amongst the pine trees and enjoy the day in the sandy bay. The Estagnol restaurant is highly recommended too, serving fish caught on the day and pizzas and steaks cooked in the wood oven.
Our one year old had chicken pox during our stay and the owners couldn't have been more helpful with recommending a local doctor. Plus we had full use of the telephone to call our insurers back in the UK and sort things out with the airline.
We rented only the top apartment and on our return the grandparents wished they hadn't had other plans and had stayed downstairs in the Pichot.
We were looking for somewhere to spend a weekend with our friends and their young daughter and then the rest of the week just the two of us. We usually go to Spain as so many British people do and we were pleased we decided to break with tradition and try the South of France. Bormes Les Mimosas was recommended by a friend and certainly lived up to our expectations. A really pretty medieval town just 10 mins in the car from Le Lavandou beach and not far from lots of other beaches. It took us 45 minutes to drive to St Tropez (actually I wish I had stayed in Le Lavandou as I prefer it). Bormes is quite hilly so if you are not fit then choose somewhere where you dont have to climb up the stone streets to get to the town.
The house itself is actually two houses, Belvedere and Pichot one above the other. The description on this site is spot on. It is a bit hard to find the houses but the owner was very helpful with helping us to find out about where to park and unload bags etc. The house is right in the middle of the town so a short walk from the car. Parking was not a problem once we sussed it out.
The owner has really thought of everything to make your stay comfortable. The house is so modern inside with every mod con you can imagine, great wifi connection and even a printer and laptop - very useful for checking in online a the end of the week and saved us long queues at the airport.
The bedrooms are large, and have really modern ensuite bathrooms. The bedding is clean, white and crisp. The airconditioning system is briliant and very quiet. I think the cooker was good too but I didnt do any cooking as there are so many restaurants around in spitting distance of the house.
The piece de resistance has to be the terrace. Sitting up there with my ipod on with a G and T in the evenings looking at that fabulous view was just stunning.
So I would definitely give this house 5 stars and recommend it. I will certainly be looking to go back.
Le Belvédère du moulin est une maison de village rénovée aux chambres et sanitaires très confortables, équipée high-tech, salle commune lumineuse et divine terrasse avec une vue superbe. Le propriétaire est très aimable, communication impeccable, maison chauffée, chaleureuse et arrivée/départ parfait. Le village est charmant. Nous nous sommes sentis chez nous pour ce noël familial de luxe. Merci infiniment !
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|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$534|
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