Charming Town-House with Wonderful Sea View Into the Bay of St. Tropez
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
This town-house is situated in a calm and typical provencal domaine with only 40 homes, high in the hills above the Bay of St Tropez and it offers a wonderful view to the sea.
The tasteful decorated living space of appr. 60 sqm (on two levels) is divided into a living-/dining-room with high ceiling, an open and full equipped kitchen, two bedrooms (one with a small balcony) and a bath-room.
Please ask for a detailed property description with several photos.
- 60 m²
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Pets Not Allowed
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 4-6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Convertible bed(s)
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- The bathroom is equipped with bath-tub/shower, sink and toilet.
Kitchen & Dining
- Coffee Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Air Conditioning
- Washing Machine
- security gate,guardian,reserved parking,party area
- CD Player
- Ping Pong Table
- DVD Player
- Video Library
- Wireless Internet
Pool & Spa
- Communal Pool
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Ocean View:
- Live Theater
- Massage Therapist
- Water Skiing
- Rock Climbing
- Mountain Biking
- Cross Country Skiing
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jet Skiing
- Equestrian Events
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Fitness Center
- Theme Parks
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Botanical Garden
- Recreation Center
- Water Parks
- Winery Tours
- Bird Watching
- Eco Tourism
- Gambling Casinos
- Scenic Drives
- Horseback Riding
- Wildlife Viewing
- Miniature Golf
- Sight Seeing
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Visit late April 2011
Visit late April 2011
A delightful place to stay and to explore southern France. Lovely two bedroom quaint French home on the hillside . Spotless, well maintained home with all amenities you will need. Includes local satellite TV and wireless internet to keep in touch back home. Pool and play areas are all suitable for children High on the hill, you can enjoy spectacular susets and sunrises over the Bay of St. Tropez.The large balcony is great for enjoying your meals outside in the sun and there is an awning if needed. !0 minutes away by car you are in the quaint French village of Grimaud with its local markets, fresh produce and essential oil soaps,etc. Quaint shops, Grimaud castle above and a short mini train shuttle to Port Grimaud on the sea where you will find local markets twice a week and cafes to enjoy la joie de vivre. St. Tropez is a short boat ride from either Port Grimaud or nearby tourist town , St. Maxine. We also enjoyed day trips to the small towns in Cote d'Azur and Provence with their unique shops, history and wineries and cafes. My wife loves her Provence table cloths she bought there with her lavender soaps and olive oil , all grown and made locally Vineyards are everywhere. Locals have a huge flea market on the weekend Its an area and a home that will make you want to return
- Guest JohnB
- Date of stay 04/27/11
- Review Submitted 06/23/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+.
Owner response: This review captures much of the "Provence" experience you can enjoy here: medieval villages perched on rocks with ruined castles, windmills, even a "fairy bridge" that's a refreshing wander through the hills; lavender fields; fragrant blooms; just picked fruit and vegetables; you can go to a different market every day to find that special scarf, table cloth, handbag etc.; pastis; ratatouille. This is la rue Bucolique. You can also choose to wander - or race - down la rue Frénétique. This is the "Med" part of the experience. The extraordinary blues of the Mediterranean sea; the shimmering heat of the beaches all around the bay; the huge superyachts which only leave harbour when they spot an even bigger boat about to moor alongside them; the over-the-top (and often topless) areas around St Tropez where a Ferrari is just another car; special festivals for children; funfairs; aqua parks; go karts; ice creams on the beach; moules frites; grilled sardines; vin rosé, vin rosé, vin rosé.....
We stayed in this delightful property in late May. The description was spot on. Not only is the property in a wonderful and atmospheric area but the village itself is charming, peaceful, picturesque and beautifully designed and more importantly very safe for children. The photos are a surprisingly accurate reflection of the house and its views. The owners clearly have an eye for design and style and it felt like staying in a someone's home rather than a holiday let. The house was spotless and had clearly been recently redecorated. The village has an excellent swimming pool, a table-tennis table and a large barbecue area although we used the house's own garden to barbecue in the evenings. The real beauty of this village is that it is so close to so many attractions, restaurants, shops and the coast.
- Guest Jujols
- Date of stay 06/22/10
- Review Submitted 06/17/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
Owner response: Only update is that we don't use the barbecue at the back of the house in the summer: because it's so dry in the Var there is a real fire risk. We use the big barbeque at the top of the domaine and enjoy looking at Grimaud castle while waiting for our steaks to sizzle.
Fanastic spot to visit and relax in the south of France
Fanastic spot to visit and relax in the south of France
We had a wonderful 10 days over the easter and 'wedding' break this past April 2011. The villa/apartment is in a quiet hilltop spot just up from Port Grimaud. You can easily get to lots of spots on the sea including St. Tropez, and then have the countryside to explore to the north. Even in 10 days it is hard to be able to see everything. The place itself is beautiful, well decorated and has everything you need for either 2 couples, family of 4 or 1 couple you want some extra room! Will return again next year!
- Guest redmarley
- Date of stay 04/21/11
- Review Submitted 06/06/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
Owner response: Although everyone is attracted by the magic of "St Tropez" (and it is magic!) this guest makes the great point that we are in both the Riviera and Provence. Perched villages, steep climbs, medieval castles and churches await you when you've had enough of sand, sea and.........moules frites!
January - Mai 745 Euros a week June 945 Euros a week July and August 1.380 Euros a week September 945 Euros a week October - December 745 Euros a week Security deposit: 500 Euro, Payments: money transfer or via PayPal (+ 3% fees) Final cleaning: 75 Euro, linen/towels (on demand): 25 Euro p. person
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from the terrace your early morning view over the gulf of St Tropez
part of the living-/dining room wit high ceiling
smaler bedroom - ground floor
view from the terrace (zoomed)
impression beach Port-Grimaud
common pool in a distance of app. 60 m
the soothing village fountain - turns off at 9pm
part of the living-/dining room with staircase to the first floor
master bedroom 1. floor with small balcony
impression fontaine Grimaud-Village
impression Port Grimaud
terrace with teak furnitures
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