The charming guest house of the villa Coste d'Or is located on the hills of Grasse, just a stone's throw from the old town, in the historical Alice de Rothschild domain.
An architect mansion
Jean Bouchet (20th century architectural heritage architect) built this vast and comfortable dwelling that will leave no one indifferent in an expressive style mixing large volumes, ogive ceilings, niches and alcoves. All the living rooms and bedrooms have a 180° view looking out over the Gulf of Napoule/bay of Cannes and the sea.
The historic Alice de Rothschild gardens, where Queen Victoria, Edward VII and Elizabeth, empress consort of Austria liked to stroll, are home to many rare, lush and odorous trees, including century old Yuccas, blue palms and olive trees. Enjoy your copious continental breakfast on the terrace under the arbour where you will be shaded by the passion fruit and olive trees or, if you prefer, by the swimming pool.
For your convenience, there are 8 shaded car parking places in the grounds of the property.