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❤️Typically French Flat overlooking main square❤️

Cały apartament (gospodarzem jest Sabine)
6 gości2 sypialnie5 Łóżek2 łazienki
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7 niedawnych gości powiedziało, że to miejsce jest lśniąco czyste.
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Situated in the heart of Antibes overlooking the main square this flat in the former Brazilian embassy is typically french (it is more Parisian apartment than the traditional Antibes fisherman's house) which is why I fell in love with it. It has high ceilings and grand french windows with shutters and has a very spacious feeling. Bed 1 has a double bed; bed 2 has a double plus a single on a mezzanine; bed 3 is above the lounge with 2 singles or 1 king. Great for groups or for romantic break.

Miejsce
You can sit on the balcony with your coffee on a Saturday morning watching the hustle and bustle of the main square and the antiques market or have a glass of wine in the evening watching the world go by.

Dostęp dla gości
The whole flat and anything you can find in the flat!! The flat address is:

43 rue de la Republique 06600 Antibes. It is situated in the pedestrian area. The flat is accessed via a courtyard. The gates are locked 7.30pm to 7.00am. In the corner of the courtyard is the main door to the building. The door will close behind you - go up the stairs and go through the double doors straight ahead of you. Our flat is the one on the left with the 2 bay trees. The light (if it has gone off-it is automatic - is just outside the flat opposite ours-it looks like it is their bell but it is the stairwell light. The funny hole punched key opens the flat door.

Inne ważne rzeczy
A few tips: For the main bedroom you need to keep the windows closed at night or it can be quite noisy and in fact keep he windows closed if you can to stop the mosquitos getting in. There are air conditioning units in each room – they just need an ice pack put into them – the colder the water going in, the colder the air coming out. Icepacks are in the freezer.

We have just done the ensuite in the second bedroom which has the single bed mezzanine. You mustn't put anything down the toilet other than the obvious. Please don't run the shower and flush the toilet at the same time - it is old pipework and can't take the pressure of both simultaneously!

Before you leave if you could please take out the rubbish, empty the fridge and put the sheets and towels in the laundry bags in the bathroom cupboard and leave them by the front door, Pook will come in and sort everything out.

Internet – the details are in the white book in the lounge-it is the longest password you have come across so pour a glass of wine, take a deep breath! A few people have been successful 1st time….!

TV – we have French TV and Netflix. The French TV works from the white Box so you have to make sure that is on. Netflix is part of the Smart TV so the white box needs to be off. Go to input; HDMI, Smart TV and then it should all pop up.

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06004192860CM
Situated in the heart of Antibes overlooking the main square this flat in the former Brazilian embassy is typically french (it is more Parisian apartment than the traditional Antibes fisherman's house) which is why I fell in love with it. It has high ceilings and grand french windows with shutters and has a very spacious feeling. Bed 1 has a double bed; bed 2 has a double plus a single on a mezzanine; bed 3 is above…

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Sypialnia 1
1 podwójne łóżko
Sypialnia 2
1 podwójne łóżko
Wspólna przestrzeń
2 pojedyncze łóżka, 1 sofa

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Antibes, Prowansja-Alpy-Lazurowe Wybrzeże, Francja

When you arrive, dump your stuff and then I suggest you go for a wander to get your bearings-if you can always find your way back to Place Nationale then you will be fine! This is the square with the Band Stand.

Come out the flat and turn left (don’t forget to lock the gate after 7pm)– you will be walking along the left hand side of the square (Place Nationale)-you will pass a great ice cream shop, a restaurant called La Nationale (excellent) and the newsagents where you can buy English newspapers. Just past there on the left at a wee round fountain is Le Clemenceau which is a lovely place to sit and watch the hustle bustle and they do a good plat du jour for lunch! You can get breakfast for 5 euros – coffee, croissant and orange juice.

Keep walking up the hill away from the apartment and you will come to the town hall (La Mairie-think it is a pink building). The sea is just behind it. Turn left and walk down past the bars- Diners Club is always lively. When you arrive late this is a great street as it is still lively and there are plenty bars to have a drink in! Alternatively, go up past Clemenceau and turn to the right and you come to the covered market which is on every day-in the morning it is food and in the late afternoon/early evening it is artesans. Walk through the market and when you come to a wicker basket shop on the corner, and the fabulous Absinth Bar – live music and sing-a-long, go back down to the main square-you will pass a sombrero shop, an Olive & Co. shop and a restaurant called Aubergine which is meant to be brilliant-we have not yet been, and you will come down to a fish shop-it is one of the best apparently but it is only open until 12 each day. Turn right just at the fish shop and the nougat shop; walk past the bazaar shop and you will see Le Clemenceau straight ahead.

This time don’t take a right up the hill to the market but go straight ahead past all the restaurants and you will see an arch at the very far end and you should see the yachts too. Go through the arch and cross over to the water and take a right so that the water is in to your left and there is a high wall to your right. If you walk for a few minutes you will see an open arch which takes you onto the beach La Gravette. This is our nearest beach. Leave the beach and turn left and then back through the 1st arch on the left and that is you at the bottom of the road that has the market; so you walk straight up-don’t take a left at the restaurant Le Chineur but keep on the right hand pavement and you’ll come to the market. Go up to the wicker basket shop and turn right to go back down the hill to the Place Nationale. Don’t walk the whole way down but take a right and you will see Chez Lulu which is a fab restaurant-one of my favourites as you share tables and clear your own plates and it is a fixed meal-it is a great experience. Brulot is next door which is also highly recommended-we haven’t been there yet. Keep walking straight and then take a left and you will pass the Rotisserie man who cooks chicken on a spit-a good one for lunch or dinner at the flat. Keep walking and you will come to Le Clemenceau and you’ll be back at Place Nationale. Mamalu is another great restaurant at the top of the market.

If you decide to go to the market and buy your lunch and head to the beach there is beach kit under the stairs. There is an ice bag on wheels as well as a basket plus plastic plated and glasses in the cupboard for your picnics at the beach!

Day 2 you need to venture along the coast line: walk up to the right hand corner of Place Nationale where the bins are (take the rubbish out little and often and dump it here); and walk up the hill with the nougat shop on your left and then Olive & Cie on your right and go up to the market and take a right this time (where the wicker shop is). You want to cross over and find a gap in the buildings to take you over again so that the market is behind you and the water is in front of you. Cross over onto the footpath which runs along the edge. If you look over you should see our nearest beach La Gravette to the left. Keep walking to your right with the water on your left. You’ll pass a restaurant on the right called Les Vieux Murs which is excellent; a car park; the museum of Antibes; keep walking and you’ll come to the nearest beach bar called Le Royale. Nice to come here for lunch and to lie out on loungers for the day! The tel no to book is on the pin board.
Day 3 you need to explore the other way. Come out of the flat and turn right-you’ll walk past the chocolate shop on your right which has the wall of chocolate and then the Carrefour on your left, lots of cafes with seating areas and a carousel.
Keep walking up the hill with shops on either side and at the top you will see the bus station on the left; cross over and keep walking and on the right you will see the other big square which is Place de Gaulle and at the far side is Monoprix. If you walk towards Monoprix and go down the right hand side of that street and walk for 10 minutes you will come to the train station. You could go to Cannes for the day-it is only 10 mins by train.

If you get lost, just head for the water and you’ll be able to see where you are and work your way back to the Place Nationale!



Other restaurants:
Irish bar – Hop Store towards the beach inside the old wall – always busy and has a dance floor if a late night disco is your thing!
Chez Lulu- up past Aubergine up from Nougat shop and take a left – you share tables with other people and have no menu choice
Brulot (haven’t been but meant to be good) and is right next door to Chez Lulu
Mamalu- up to the market and one of the last restaurants on the right hand side before you come to the Robinsonnes art gallery
There is another restaurant the name of which I can’t remember just at the corner of where the market finishes-it is more like a café but he does oysters and foie gras and champagne for reasonable prices!
You can get to Juan les Pins and all the beach bars very easily (out the flat, turn right and keep walking for 20 minutes/half an hour along Bvd President Wilson and you are in Juan les Pins– Helios plage is good as is Le Jetty. Le Jetty is where all the young Yachty people go to party

You must go into Atelier-Galerie "Côté Marché" which is a lovely art gallery on the other side of the street at the market – beside the fish shop-this is owned by the lovely lady Nathalie who lives downstairs from the flat – say hello from me!

Beach bar: Beach Royale or le Jetty (Juan les Pins)

Car rental: i can give you information before your stay. They are a 2 minute walk from the flat-out the flat and turn right and take 1st right and walk down the road with Oscar’s restaurant on the right hand side-there is a modern building at the end so go round to the left and then to the right-there is a row of shops/offices on your right before you come to the Blue Lady pub and the English supermarket. Midi Loc is in that row of shops. They normally have a wicker chair outside.

When you leave: Please strip the beds and put the linen and towels in the laundry bags which are stored in the big bathroom cupboard and leave them at the front door. Just leave the keys on the dining room table and close the door behind you.
When you arrive, dump your stuff and then I suggest you go for a wander to get your bearings-if you can always find your way back to Place Nationale then you will be fine! This is the square with the Band Stand…

Gospodarzem jest Sabine

Z nami od: grudzień 2014
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Bonjour, I discovered Antibes when I was about twenty years. I felt in love with this city, it was a real favorite. While i am living in Paris, i decided a few years ago, to finally get a place to stay during my holidays in Antibes. I'm glad to share it to you and wish you to enjoy French Riviera as I do! Welcome to home Sabine
Bonjour, I discovered Antibes when I was about twenty years. I felt in love with this city, it was a real favorite. While i am living in Paris, i decided a few years ago, to finall…
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Hi-I live in Scotland but have a fabulous lady who is around and lives in the old town who can help out with anything.
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