We do not charge the card before you come: it’s only a guaranty in case of cancellation. See our cancellation conditions
We do our best for the rooms to be ready by 2pm. If you want to arrive earlier, you will be very welcome to settle in if the room is already ready. If not, we can also keep your luggage in our lounge room until the room is finished. You can arrive anytime you want! If we are not home (on excursion for instance, see below), we will leave you a note on the main door, with the code of the house and all the information to get to your room : )
We use the same system mentioned above, so you can arrive at any time during the night too.
11h30. We can also keep your luggage in our lounge room if you need.
At the end of your stay. You can use cash, money transfer or credit card. However, there will be a 2% commission fees for the use of credit card.
do you offer half board stay? There are 4 restaurants in the village, all 2mns walking distance from the house. We also organise « table d’hôte », for groups and on reservation.
Please see the page « access » : by car, train, buses, planes…everything is possible. A map will show you where saint jeannet is situated in comparison to Nice and the French riviera.
We don’t have a private car park, but the public car parks are all very safe : this is where most of the habitants of saint Jeannet park their own cars, and so do we. They are all free of charge, and 5mns from us at the entrance of the village. See the menu « access » for more details.
You can drive up in front of the Auberge to drop everything and then GO BACK to the car park to leave your car: DO NOT KEEP DRIVING DOWN THE « RUE DU SAUMALIER » below the house: IT’S A VERY NARROW STREET!
No, we chose not to put TV in the rooms. A flat screen Tv is available in the lounge room, and in the private lounge room of the « Suite ».
No, we rarely need it in Saint Jeannet : the geographical situation (450m high, close the hills) gives us very comfortable temperatures, even in the middle of August. Plus, it doesn’t suit the sustainable practises that we are attached to.
Our English speaking friends call the French people « Frogs » because of our habit to eat frog legs…not that often though ! This is also how our Australian friends used to call us when we were students near Sydney for about a year, it is a good memory…
This is where Benoit grew up (his parents moved here when he was eight years old). You will soon find out that when you have once visited Saint Jeannet, you always want to come back.