Twenty minutes from the Côte d’Azure, the relais du Peyloubet is a
quiet 18th century farmhouse near the town of Grasse. In the early
19th century the Relais was a farmhouse raising olives and roses for
the perfumeries. The area was a refuge for artists, including
Picasso, after WWII. The property was was once a relay station for
the postal system and formerly owned by the Russian dissident
Alexandrovo (who now resides in the US).
Five spacious rooms (20M2) are confortables, decorated has Provencal
antiques with hi-fi, mini-bar, mini-safe , a modern bathroom
(including shower and bathtub) and television.