The apartment has full central gas heating.
The accommodation comprises of a bathroom, kitchen dining area, living room and bedroom with one double bed but can sleep two on single beds.
The bathroom has a walk in wet room shower toilet and basin with heated towel rail.
The kitchen has a full size electric oven 4 ring gas hob under counter fridge with ice box and washer dryer. Dining table that seats 4 people and is fully equipped with magi mix coffee machine kettle & toaster .
The living room has a TV with DVD. Free satallite TV, iPod docking station & wireless broadband internet connection.
Perinaldo: The village: Perinaldo has a post office with a cash point; pharmacy; mini-market; bakery and a choice of bars and restaurants. Local culinary specialities include (artichokes); olive oil (made from Taggiasca olives); dishes made with cinghiale (wild boar); Rossese wine. It is a quiet village but hosts a number of summer festivals throughout the year and many in August. The village is surrounded by some fantastic countryside offering some challenging hiking and mountain biking opportunities.
Further a field: Inland, the villages of Dolceacqua with it's castle and bridge painted by Claude Monet and Apricale are a short drive away. Pigna, with its thermal spa, and the ghost village of Bussana Vecchia are a little further Bordighera offers a touch of class and a blue flag beach! Close by in the hills behind is the ancient principality of Seborga. Ventimiglia offers an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars and its world famous Friday market. The Hanbury Gardens at Mortola and caves at Balzi Rossi, both very near the French border are just a 25 minute drive.
Ski: Limone Piemonte, Hiking cycling and off road sport.
Golf: Circolo Golf degli Ulivi Sanremo.
France Monaco and beyond: Menton Explore the treasures of the Côte d'Azur stretching from Menton in the east to San Tropez in the west. Menton, host to the lemon festival each February, is known as the 'Pearl of France' and is thought by some to be without a peer! A little further along the coast past Roquebrune and Cap Martin is Monte Carlo home of the casino, the Grimaldi Royal Family and the Monaco Grand Prix! Next is Cap d'Ail with the villages of La Turbie and Eze behind in the hills. Taking any of the three 'Corniche' you can reach St Jean Cap Ferrat, former home of countless movie stars and singers and the location of the magnificent Ephrussi de Rothshild Villa. Next up is Nice, then Cannes.