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Enjoy the life in a small Provencal village and experiment a middle age life cadenced by the sound of the bell !
Wonderful view, unique experience :)
Enjoy the life in a small Provencal village and experiment a middle age life cadenced by the sound of the bell, forget your car !
Located in the old town, close to the cathedral, the one room apartment is on the third floor of a very old building (built between the roman period and the 19th century) “maison de village".
The one room flat has a small kitchen and a small bathroom with a shower and toilet. The main room is large and overlooking the historical « place godeau ».
Ask for a qotation, sometimes it's cheaper !
Vence is an attractive old town surrounded by a ring of hills with splendid views down to the Mediterranean.
Vence has always attracted artists, writers and poets. Dufy, Matisse, Chagall, Dubuffet, Carzou, Arman, Anthony Mars, D.H. Lawrence, and W. Gombrowicz have all been part of the Vence scene.
Vence is well situated to visit the cote d'Azur without being in the crowd.
The flat is entirely yours.
Interaction with Guests
We would be pleased to welcome you and to give you all the information you need : .where to find the best place to eat, have a drink, visit....
At any moment you could call us to have directions or more information.
The Place where is located the flat was formerly the Place du Vieux Cimetière (old cemetery), removed in 1780.
The column of grey Esterel granite, in the middle of the square, is one of the two columns (which previously stood together) presented by the city of Marseille in 230 in honour of the god Mars Vintium.
On the north side of the square is a house with an authentic 13th-century twin window.
Built in the 4th century on the site of a Roman temple, the cathedral took its present form in the 11th or 12th century. Outside, on the left, is the St.Lambert tower, dating from the 12th century.
From the Place Godeau there is an excellent view of the Romanesque chevet and the bell-tower, with 13th-century crenellations.
Inside the Cathedral there is a mosaic by Marc Chagall ‘Moses saved from the waters', and a unique ensemble of 17th-century statues in polychrome wood, previously exhibited in the Calvary chapels.
Vence has 3 free car park close to the flat.
A bus is running every hour from Nice to Vence and return.
Chek in and check out are during the week, between 12:30pm and 1:30 pm or between 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm.
There is an extra for bedsheet, towels and cleaning