Prepare to be enchanted by Villa Estelle, a magical 8-bedroom villa in the medieval village of Haut de Cagnes. Exquisitely furnished with air conditioning and heating throughout to give optimum comfort while still conserving its historical legacy, this is a villa of real quality. Ideal for family events or celebrations with friends, the charm of both the house with its Florentine courtyard and the neighbourhood will appeal to art and architecture lovers and those looking for authenticity on the Riviera.
Please note, there is also the possibility to rent a separate apartment that can sleep an extra 2 people which is located on the same street.
|Floor/Building:||3 storey villa (no lift)|
|Prices from:||£486 / night Change currency|
|Address:||Haut de Cagnes, Cagnes-sur-mer, Nice|
Air conditioning, central heating, towel radiators, safes, mini fridges, clothes horse, iron & ironing board, hairdryers.
Large gas hob with electric oven, 2 dishwashers, microwave, TV, toaster, kettle & cafetière.
TV, DVD and video projector, music system which can be played throughout the communal areas of the villa and free wifi.
Although there are no parking spaces in the villa there is a car park 300m away called Parking St Luce. As the village is very hilly it is best to drop luggage off at the villa first.Included in the Unique Collection
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Villa Estelle is set around a central courtyard which is furnished with tables and sun loungers and planted with orange trees, palms and bougainvillea; a wonderful place for an alfresco lunch. There is another more secluded terrace accessed from one of the bedrooms, and a third one on a lower level offers another more private area for those who are looking for more tranquillity.
Also known as the Montmartre of the Côte d'Azur, this gorgeous hilltop village has long been a haunt for artists of all types. From Renoir to Modigliani and from Brigitte Bardot to Greta Garbo its cobbled streets with their explosions of floral colour, intriguing archways and magnificent views have rung with the footsteps of those captivated by the spell of this beautifully preserved gem of Provence. The village encircles the medieval castle of Grimaldi, now a fascinating museum and gallery, and its streets, terraces and restaurants offer panoramas reaching far up into the Alps and out over the sparkling Mediterranean. Haut de Cagnes is the oldest neighbourhood of the present day seaside town of Cagnes-sur-mer which is easily accessible on foot or by shuttle bus and has good connections in the direction of both Nice and Cannes by train or bus.
A free shuttle bus (Number 44 – Bourg Medieval) services the village leaving from the central bus station of Cagnes-sur-mer every 15 minutes. There is a stop just beside the villa. There is a also a train station in Cagnes-Sur-Mer connecting the town to Nice and Italy to the east and Cannes and Marseille to the west.