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Large house on two floors located in one of the most beautiful villages of France: Coaraze!
At 15 mn of the promenade of Nice, you will be in a village where the cars are left on the carparks and where you go in your home in 2 mn on foot. :)

The space

One of the biggest houses of Coaraze located at the top of the village next to the church and the place of the castle, which allows to have a superb view on the whole valley, and to be in the front lodges for the shows And concerts given throughout the year.

Interaction with guests

You can of course call me throughout your stay in case of need ...


The space
Bathrooms: 1.5
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 4
Check In: 3PM - 7PM
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities
Kitchen
Essentials
Shampoo
Heating

Prices
Extra people $59 NZD / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee $34 NZD
Security Deposit $253 NZD
Weekly Discount: 15%
Weekend Price $67 NZD / night
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House Rules
Check in time is 3PM - 7PM

Respect of places: an obvious ...
And Smokers on the terraces please!


Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit

Availability
On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

23 Reviews

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Andrea User Profile
July 2017
Very pleasant stay in the very centre of beautiful Coaraze. Stephen's is a typical old village house, rustic and very charming. The location is very quiet and a few minutes from a restaurant and the village café, bakery and shops. Stephen is a great host, responsive and flexible, and we can only recommend him.

Dana User Profile
July 2017
House was as described. Not for the faint of heart when it comes to driving up the hill or walking the many steps to get there. Beautiful view and a great place if you are looking for something off the beaten path. No air conditioning and very hot. The breeze was great at night but with no screens on the windows we were eaten alive by mosquitos if we left the windows open. I would suggest bringing a fan as there are none there. Main toilet was broken and had to pick up keys in Nice instead of Stephen meeting us there. Finding the house on our own was a bit of a challenge. We did not see Stephen during our time there. Overall, we had a great vacation and staying in Coaraze was definitely a unique experience.

Maciej User Profile
June 2017
We stayed at Stephen's apartment in Coaraze for a month, and fell in love with the village, the apartment, and the surrounding area. The village is truly wonderful. It is a medieval town perched on a mountain top. Throughout the town, you can see the architectural evolution, from the 16th century up to today. The village is a pearl. Every street was lined with flowers. We also got the pleasure of meeting many of the townspeople. They were really nice. We were invited to participate in community dinners in front of the church, invited for coffee, and for lunch. We enjoyed the strawberries that were delivered to our door every other day. We met singers, musicians, poets, historians, humanitarians, writers, travelers, and artists. The restaurant on the castle grounds was delicious, and the hosts were very generous. The tourist office is an essential place to visit. Not only does it sell some magnificent local art (ceramics, olive wood sculptures, soaps, and jewelry), it has one of the most knowledgeable staff we encountered. Zuzana was essential in helping us plan our daily hikes. She knew where we could find the easy trips and the harder ones. She became a wonderful friend. Further down in the village, there is a great little boulangerie. Their rustiquette baguette was almost a daily purchase. Behind the boulangerie was the community garden. It is here that we came to drop off our compost. The hiking in the surrounding area was breathtaking. Within 10km in each direction, there was a different geography. From arid desert-like stone-dunes, rich forests, to mountain peaks, we never tired of the scenery. And the animals...we encountered so many. We had to stop twice for herds of goats blocking the road, wild sheep and goats in Parc Mercantour, and herds of sheep in the mountains. Oh...we can't forget about the Royal Eagles, the lizards, and a couple of snakes here-and-there. Coaraze is also conveniently situated for day trips to Parc Mercantour (worth visiting), Monaco, Italy, Nice, Cannes, etc. For those with babies, the aquarium in Monaco was a big hit with our 9 month-old. For those thinking of staying, we would highly recommend a car. Coaraze is serviced by a bus, but if you intend to do any hiking or staying for an extended time, a car is very handy. It is very useful for groceries (closest store being around 20/25 minutes in Le Point. You'll also find the best bakery there). As for the apartment, it was very comfortable. We slept very well. Stephen also got us a baby bed for our daughter. The kitchen was very functional, and the dining and living room were quite romantic in the rustic sense. It was a great value. It had everything we needed, including laundry facilities. For anyone looking to escape the business of the city, we highly recommend Coaraze and Stephen's apartment.

Ulf User Profile
March 2017
A place of rustic beauty yet with all the comfort for a cosy stay in the mountains. Most picturesque views from the windows; lots of hiking trails within walking distance.

Sam User Profile
February 2017
Cosy house in a beautiful village. The house is situated within an enchanting maze of cobbled pedestrian streets. It was warm and comfortable even for a stay in January. Very comfortable beds. Stephen was a great host, arrival and departure arrangements were very straightforward.

Akiko User Profile
September 2016
We loved Stephen's place, it has plenty of character. We felt like going back to Medieval time every night! He is very kind and nice host. Special experience!

Lesley User Profile
August 2016
Despite an emergency, Stephen was available by telephone to help ind the house, and to make sure we had keys and everything we needed. The house is charming, the beds are really comfortable, the village is delightful and we all really enjoyed our stay. Thank you.

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Nice, FranceJoined in March 2014
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Languages: English, Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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