DescriptionAs you approach up the private road from the sleek yachts of the marina and the pretty village, through the scented pine trees, your first vision of Villa O is one you wont forget – striking white walls and sparkling glass against the backdrop of a cobalt blue sky. Villa O is not just a villa, it’s a destination.
A bold statement in contemporary architecture, the expansive glass walls, glass lift and central atrium integrate the outside and inside to give a breath-taking feeling of light and space…and more space. Villa O has a colossal 1250 sq metres of living space that includes a large open-plan kitchen, breakfast bar and dining area, a huge galleried lounge with a library and second sitting room area, four en suite guest rooms and a staff guestroom. In addition there is also a guesthouse in the grounds with a further 2 guest rooms.
There are endless options to relax and unwind at Villa O; take a doze in the Balinese-style pool house, a stroll in the jasmine-scented gardens, read on one of the many terraces or perhaps a dip in the pool on the spectacular roof terrace. With its commanding views over the bay and the twinkling lights of the harbour, the roof terrace at Villa O takes on a magical quality in the evenings.
What's IncludedPlease call us on +44 (0)203 432 7784 for rates and the latest availability.
Fine Egyptian cotton linen, bathroom and beach towels
Additional Staff by arrangement:
Overnight security guard,
Transfers from Nice airport by car or helicopter can be arranged upon request.
RoomsVilla O is built over 4 floors with the main open plan living space and main terrace on the 2nd floor. The living room has a galleried ceiling with an additional lounge area on the 3rd floor. The gym is on the top floor giving jaw-dropping views over the bay and the cinema is on the 1st floor.
There are 4 guestrooms in the main villa, each with en suite bathrooms, and 3 of which have their own dressing rooms.
The separate guest house in the grounds has a further 2 guest rooms, 1 of which has an en suite bathroom and dressing room and the other has a private bathroom.
EatingBreakfast is included.
An experienced professional chef and waiters can be arranged for an additional charge.
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KidsChildren are welcome at Villa O and will love exploring the gardens, swimming in the pool or chilling in the games room.
OverviewSt. Jean Cap Ferrat is surely one of the most beautiful places on the Mediterranean coast and has long been attracting Europe’s glitterati. Scented pine and palm trees sprinkled with spectacular villas, Cap Ferrat is a small peninsular almost surrounded by turquoise seas and hidden rocky coves.
There are three main beaches: Passable Plage, Croix des Pins and Paloma Plage, with the later being rated as one of the 10 best beaches of the Côte D’Azur.
The charming little town of St. Jean Cap Ferrat with its atmospheric narrow streets and enticing street cafés has no shortage of designer boutiques to ensure its visitors look fabulous. The former fishing port is now home to rows of dazzling yachts and makes a wonderful spot for an early evening promenade. And if you are feeling very energetic there is a glorious 14km coastal walk around the peninsular, a lovely way to take in the dramatic views.
Situated between Nice and Monaco it is very well positioned for easy access and for little trips to the other hot spots of the Côte d’Azur.
Eating & DrinkingThere is no shortage of charming bistros in St. Jean Cap Ferrat, many offering very good regional specialities and wonderfully fresh seafood. But if you are looking for something a little more refined you won’t be disappointed.
There are some superb fine dining options definitely worth trying including the Michelin starred La Voile d’Or, with its lovely terrace and panoramic views, serving delicious southern cuisine.
Also not to be missed is the two Michelin starred La Réserve de Beaulieu & Spa just a mile or so up the road in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, and the highly rated Le Cap restaurant at the Grand Hôtel du Cap Ferrat, which lays on fireworks on Friday evenings in July and August.
When to goThe temperature rises to a pleasant 19°C by May and typically reaches the high twenties in June and July. Don’t rule out a trip later in the season as daily highs of 20°C in October are the norm and even November is still very pleasant at 16°C (ave).
The sea warms steadily from a 14°C in April to a high of 25°C in August.