La Casella Accommodation

Designed by Robert Streitz, a disciple of the architect Emilio Terry, La Casella was built in 1960 and is a direct replica
of a neoclassical 18th century pavilion built for Madame de Pompadour at Fontainebleau.

The La Casella accommodation is divided between the main house, with two double bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms, and a single room with access to an adjacent shower room, and ‘Tom’s Cottage’, a guest house with a further two doubles, each with an en-suite bathroom, and a single room sharing a bathroom. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, come with high-thread linens and fluffy bath towels, smart bathrooms and air-conditioning. The two properties are only a hundred metres apart, but offer a sense of individual space.

A stones throw from the bustling Riviera in the French countryside this unique property magically combines the villas accommodation with outdoor living and each visitor is constantly surprised by a new view around each corner.

From the moment one enters the property, the visitor to this Provencal jewel is confronted by a fabulous series of outdoor ‘rooms’. Each terrace has a different aspect and character from the next; but each is also a carefully considered entity, with lush lawns and varied planting in a skillful balance of order and informality. With a total of eight terraces etched into the hilly terrain, each terrace has its own special season.

Above terraces of olive groves is a summer house with a large swimming pool, furnished with sun loungers to capture a dose of the Cote d’Azur sun. From here views extend across the grounds to the mountains of the Riviera, the foothills of the Alps, before they descend into the sea.

La Casella accommodation