Villa with 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and swimming pool in France
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From £2,786 per week
Villa to rent in France
Villa overview - owner's description
Amidst verdant hillside gardens and olive groves.
Amidst verdant hillside gardens and olive groves, just a 15 minute stroll from the quaint old town of Peymeinade lies the idyllic Manoir Clement - an atmospheric family holiday home with a heated private swimming pool offering unique views of the surrounding valleys.
This is a much loved property offering traditionally stylish and cosy spaces inside and many tranquil terraces outside, dotted with picturesque blossoms, shrubs and lawns. The natural beauty that surrounds the property means guests will want to spend plenty of time out on the terraces using the BBQ or playing table tennis.
Manoir Clement is perfectly located just a half hour from the coast, and there are many pretty villages to be discovered in the surrounding mountains. The glamour of the beach towns of Cannes and Antibes are a must see, and Grasse, the perfume capital of the world, is within ten minutes' drive.
- Living room
- Dining room
- Summer kitchen
- 2x bathrooms with wc
- 1 shower room with wc
- 2x shower rooms
- 2x separate wcs
- 3x double bedrooms
- 1 twin bedroom
- 1 bedroom with 1 single bed and 1 pull-out bed
- 1 bedroom with 1 single bed and 1 folding bed
- Washing machine
- Telephone (local/incoming calls only)
- PC + Wi-Fi
- Satellite TV (Apple TV + Humax freesat)
- CD player
- IPod dock
- Digital radio
- 2 barbecues
- Table tennis
- Pool table (middle size)
Set in 3000sqm of beautiful well-maintained grounds, the house enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding hills towards Mandelieu. Nineteen steps lead down to the well-secured 12m x 5m swimming pool area with its pool house equipped with a summer kitchen (refrigerator, sink, barbecue, two hobs) and wc. There is an outdoor shower by the pool. There are various terraces on different levels which allow for privacy for a large group. To the front of the house is a covered terrace just outside the kitchen, ideal for all meals, overlooking a lovely lawned space with views. To the right of the house is a full-size floodlit boules pitch and another terrace; from here you can climb up to further levels with terraces both equipped with tables and parasols.
The pool is heated to 28°C free of charge between mid-May and the end of August, weather permitting. Out of season a charge of between £125 and £150 per week will apply, depending on the temperature required.
The interior is very comfortably furnished in a mixture of styles.
- Entrance hall
- Large dining room
- A spacious living room opening onto a terrace
- Kitchen opening out onto a covered terrace for al fresco dining
- Laundry room
- Separate wc
- Double bedroom (140cm bed) with an en suite bathroom with a wc; this bedroom opens onto a lovely courtyard at the side of the house.
- 2x double bedrooms (one with a 150cm bed and the other with a 140cm bed) (one with an en suite shower room with a wc)
- Twin bedroom (80cm beds),
- Bedroom with a single bed (80cm) and a comfortable folding bed (more suitable for children)
- Bedroom with a single bed (90cm) and a pull-out bed
- Bathroom with a wc
- 2x shower rooms (one with a rain shower) and a separate wc
Close to picturesque hill towns as well as many of the Cote d'Azur's fashionable coastal towns such as Cannes, Antibes, Nice, and La Napoule. The Italian border is about 45 minutes to an hour away by scenic route by train or car; also there are several unspoilt islands to visit by ferry from Cannes as well as crossing the bay to St Tropez. Lac St Casien is a 20 minute drive with small boats for hire and several picnic areas and cafes.
It is an idyllic spot with so many things to do sailing, hiking, golf, galleries,etc, yet you can also stay happily at the villa with its many restful attractions without wanting to go anywhere else.
Cannes, Nice, Monaco and Saint-Tropez each have a magnetic atmosphere of their own, a frenetic glamour and a parade of beautiful people partying until dawn. Of course, the exultation of hobnobbing with the wealthy on immaculate private hotel beaches, backed by classy cafes under canvas, may be tempered by the subsequent arrival of an account that looks as if it has at least two noughts too many.
The Riviera in fact has plenty of public beaches which are just as, if not more, suitable for families, while a street or two behind the film set facade it is easy to find restaurants that are better value than almost anything back home. On any excursion to the coast by car however, arrive and depart early, to avoid the traffic jams that sometimes build up in high season later in the day. Behind this exotic shop window lies the ‘arriere pays', or back-country, within easy reach of the Cote-d'Azur but far less frenetic. Some of the most popular places – Eze, Grasse, Mougins and St Paul-de-Vence – attract large numbers of summer visitors; but only a kilometer or two away are other equally delightful towns and villages, untouched by the mass tourist market. Their ancient streets have breathtaking, distant views of the sea, from houses hugging deep gorges or sheltered by rugged mountain outcrops. Provencal life continues here undisturbed and unthreatened, at its own singular pace.
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Prices and availability
Updated 22 May 2017
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 22 April 2017 - 4 January 2019: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£1,000.00 per booking, paid locally
6 bedrooms, Sleeps 10
DVD/Blu-ray player, Internet / WiFi
Central heating, Open fire, Car hire optional