This 18th century house, located in the old centre of Le Cannet, close to the artists' studios, cafés, restaurants and the artists' studios, cafés, restaurants and the Bonnard Museum, has just been completely restored and refurbished.
The authenticity has been preserved in its quiet setting, which has evolved over centuries. For lovers of the modern yet original.
The house has a double bedroom with shower room and WC on the ground floor and 1st floor respectively, a large living room with fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen with dining area on the 2nd floor, and a roof terrace with summer kitchen and a magnificent view over Cannes and the sea on the top floor.
Address: 15 Rue du Pass. de Gallou, 06110 Le Cannet, France
Size: 80.0 m², 3 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Double beds, 1 Couch
Prices: 110 EUR - 220 EUR / Night
In the immediate vicinity is the tranquil old town of Le Cannet with its picturesque alleys and squares, artists' studios, galleries and restaurants. A few stairs and alleys lead from there down to the main street of the village with all the shops for daily needs, cafés, the new Bonnard Museum, town hall, post office, bank, pétanque court, bus stop and much more. The pulsating life of Cannes can be reached by car in about 10 minutes and by direct bus in 15-20 minutes. On the famous Croisette with its luxury hotels, the Casino and the Palais de Festival as well as on the other beach promenades you can choose between free beaches or exclusive beach clubs.
In Cannes you will find the sophisticated lifestyle as well as the picturesque old town with its fortress and the fantastic view of the bay of Cannes. You will also find the wonderful, colourful weekly market with all the delicacies of the region.
Within a radius of about an hour you have Saint Tropez to the west, Nice and Monte Carlo to the east and the Italian border beyond. In the hinterland, the perfume town of Grasse. In between are the many small romantic towns such as Mougins, Valbonne, Vallauris, Biot, St.Paul de Vence with an inexhaustible cultural, artisan and culinary offer. In winter, you can reach a multitude of ski slopes in about an hour and a half.
Culture is very important in the south of France. Many famous painters and writers spent a period of their lives in this region. Countless museums, some dedicated exclusively to one of these artists, such as the Picasso Museum in neighbouring Antibes or the Matisse Museum in Nice, bear witness to their work. You can admire pottery in Vallauris, glassblowing in Biot and much more in the surrounding area. Interesting courses in artistic design are also offered.
The range of sporting activities is inexhaustible. Besides the sea with all kinds of water sports, there are five renowned golf courses and several tennis courts within a radius of ten kilometres. If you don't want to try it yourself, you can watch the traditional game of pétanque in many places as a spectator on a café terrace with a relaxing pastis or glass of rosé.
In terms of cuisine, no wishes are left unfulfilled. From the rustic village bar to simple or trendy beach restaurants to the glamorous 3-star restaurant, everything is represented. In spring, the Grand Prix in Monte Carlo, the film festival in Cannes and in summer countless music or gourmet festivals throughout the region attract visitors.