This stunning medieval gem is unique. Our Renoir suite had breathtaking view from both the huge windows and the charming little terrace. Four poster beds can look great but be a nightmare to sleep in, but this one was dreamily comfortable and a decent size. The decor was all soft, Renoir blues and creams, and the little crooked stairways and dim passages give the whole hotel a magical air. The Swedish owners have applied practicality to the luxury - the double shower in the bathroom a good example!
Lovely, helpful staff, an exceptional dinner in the elegant dining room with it's heraldic-cartouche roof. Which was rolled over only when it started to rain. Excellent breakfast.
And if you DARE to drive your car all the way to the entrance, bring a tin opener and all your courage! We nearly lost our nerve, and I'm sure the staff are used to rescuing the stuck. It's an adventure in itself. And the whole village of Haut de Cagnes provides tiny streets, tunnels, steep cobbled stairways and vertiginous alleys - a fascinating destination.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking