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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Vence reviews

  • Character, comfort and steeped in history....

    "Surrounded by the art work of Victor Linton, in a medieval structure adapted to contemporary life, you feel the presence of the Linton family in every intricate detail. Once the artist's home and still in the family, it is on a quaint and quiet, cobbled walking street in Tourrettes. The windows and large balcony overlook the countryside below with views of the mountains and the sea. Sunrise streams through each morning. All the essentials of living are provided in a modern kitchen with new appliances. Wifi and television...lovely baths with choice of shower or tub. Comfortable beds. Parking within walking distance. Small markets for basics, An incredible place to spend a relaxing vacation!"
    Guest: Joan F. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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  • Beautiful Little Village Home

    "This is simply a charming little village house, and perfectly located within the village of St Paul de Vence...LOVED the rooftop terrace, just off the kitchen on the upper level... So sad to leave it after 5 wonderful weeks !"
    Guest: Audrey and Bob Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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  • A wonderful French experience

    "The house is beautiful, rustic and a wonderful experience for our family. There were 5 of us, two are teens. We spent most of our days on excursions to the beaches; San Remo, Cocobeach, Palmoa beach. Then spent the evenings in Saint Paul. After getting our rental car, (we recommend an automatic with navigation that isn't too wide, you'll learn why), we set out to Saint Paul de Vence. Once on the highways you'll either need change or your credit card at the ready to get threw the toll stops. Make sure you go into the line that shows change or credit as there is a prepaid card line that will not let you threw. When you arrive to Saint Paul it's a bit confusing. Try to park outside the city in the parking lot then park and walk up threw the main entrance which puts you on Rue Grande the street the home is on. Walk towards the Grand Fontaine. The owners will give you the address. The place is above a gallery and you will need to walk through the gallery entrance to acces the stairs to the 2nd and third stories where the apartment is. This means at night you must make sure the door is closed so no one gets in to take the art work. It's a bit nerve racking but totally doable. The bedrooms and bathrooms are on the second floor and the living area with wifi are On the third floor. Wifi didn't work well on the second floor. The view from the balcony was amazing! We are outside a lot. After checking in I'd then get your luggage and bring it up. Then grab food from L'Electra (I think that's the name of it), a large grocery store at the bottom of the roads below Saint Paul. There is also a wonderful bakery near it called Bono for bread and croissants. We had breakfasts and some dinners in Saint Paul, and lunches out on our excursions. For Wine there is a wine shop just down the road from the house entrance with in Saint Paul that has delicious wines at great prices. We weren't sure what to do with the garbage, but at night you take your bag and lean it up against the garbage cans with in the city. The garbage collectors grab them. One more thing Paloma Beach was fun but you have to pay 23€ for an adult and 16€ for children. This gives you a cozy beach chair and umbrella. They have waiter service for very expensive food. They is a beach just outside the main establishment that you can bring towels and an umbrellas you get from he grocery store. Much, much cheaper. Also, you can bring you own food/wine here but not to Paloma Beach. Book a boat befor"
    Guest: Chandra M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 4, 2016
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  • Charming appartment

    "We stayed a week in this quirky and tastefully furnished apartment in the beautiful village of St Jeannet. The view is spectacular from the apartment looking out over the valley towards Antibes. The property used to be an old cellar (cave) and Daniel and Sylvia have kept some of the original features giving it a sense of history. We had everything we wanted and Daniel welcomed us on our first night there. It is ideally located for walking in the hills but also for driving to the many beautiful hilltop villages in the area and of course not far from Nice and Antibes."
    Guest: Claire C. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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