Bastide des Virettes, South of France
Bastide des Virettes
Cote d'Azur, South of France - Sleeps 8
- 7 nights
- from $2200 per person per week based on full occupancy
A beautiful villa, full of character, La Bastide des Virettes has views across Provence to the Mediterranean. With quiet gardens fringed by palms, olive and citrus trees and a pool cut into the rock face, it's a truly relaxing haven. Sleeps 8.
At a Glance
Lovely villa with views across Provence to the Mediterranean
Located a short drive or 15 minute walk from the quaint hilltop village of Tourettes-sur-Loup
Spacious garden and terraces for al fresco dining
Good sized private heated pool with 'beach style entry'
Beautifully furnished villa full of antique hand painted wooden furniture and artifacts
Fully staffed with private chef, host and nanny
A fully qualified nanny can take care of children under 13
Amazing views, huge pool, 'gin and tonic' terrace, heated outdoor dining area, plenty of space for children to run around... What more could you ask for?Katherine Gotla
I love the Provencal detail in Virettes - the furniture, fabrics and attention to detail lend this villa so much character.Scott Dunn team
You could easily spend your entire week at Bastide des Virettes without setting foot outside the property. But there's so much to explore and see around, you really must.Scott Dunn team
The pool area has a walk in beach themed entrance, hot tub area and waterfall feature.Scott Dunn team
Make some time to visit the market in nearby Vence, which sells local produce and specialties, such as olives and tapenade, regional cheeses and meat. The market is on every Friday morning in the Cité Historique. Get there early!Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Bastide des Virettes
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|Book from||29 November 2017 to 17 September 2018|
19 May 2018 to 24 September 2018