Sunny, spacious and chic, a newly renovated apartment in a fine historic building. In the heart of the old town, minutes from the beach and the famous Cours Saleya, surrounded by pavement cafes, cultural hot spots and beautiful baroque architecture.
Our corner apartment has high windows with carved lintels looking out on to two of the most desirable streets in Nice old town. To one side is the beautiful baroque church of St Rita, with its pretty tiled belfry; opposite is a friendly, quirky, very Nicoise pavement cafe, perfect to sit and watch the world go by. Try the great restaurants on your doorstep or buy fresh market produce, stroll to the 'caves' for excellent, reasonably priced wines - then cook in our large, well stocked kitchen with its hand painted Italian tiles. The bedroom has original tomette tiles and two double beds: one has a beautiful antique carved headboard and the other occupies the mezzanine level. The living room has a large antique mirror, chandelier, swivel armchair and an L-shaped convertible corner sofa. Open the shutters and let the sun shine in on both sides of our lovely Nicoise Apartment.
Accès des voyageurs
The apartment is on the second floor, has a living room, large bedroom with a mezzanine level, kitchen and bathroom. There are two double beds, one on the mezzanine, and a sofa bed in the living room.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Guests are welcomed by our agent/colleague who lives locally and is very knowledgeable about the area, amenities and transport links and will be available if there are any queries.
If a third bed is required, there is an additional charge of €30. If guests arrive later in the evening, we request that they offer €20 to the person waiting to greet them.
Please call as soon as you are on the way from the airport or railway station so that we can be prepared. If you are delayed on your journey and will be arriving later than you originally told us, it is important that you let us know.
With my daughters, Stella and Amy, I found Nice some summers ago while waiting for BA to return our misdirected bags from Italy. That's Amy in the photo in the stunning village of Eze. We fell in love with Nice and the old town (so thank you BA) and have spent many holidays since with family and friends working on our beautiful and once neglected apartment. Well, when we could find time that is, in between dips in the azure sea, (many) glasses of chilled rose wine, dancing in our local jazz bar, and taking in the unmissable sights, far too many to mention here. But we love sharing Nice with our guests and enjoying it all again through their eyes.