Les Cent Chênes, a luxury campsite in the Alpes-Maritimes department
In the heights of Nice, in the commune of Saint-Jeannet in the Alpes-Maritimes department that we find the Les Cent Chênes campsite. Rated 4-star since 2017, the latter is the sole and unique top-of-the-range open-air establishment in its department. Stylish, charming and cosy is the motto of this exceptional setting.
A stylish and cosy campsite on the heights of Nice
Since coming into the hands of new owners in 2012, the Les Cent Chênes campsite has continuously moved upmarket. In 2017, it obtained a fourth star, and does not intend to simply stop there! Indeed, in the contrary since the end game is to offer holidaymakers an ever more stylish, ever more delightful and, of course, ever more snug on the famous French Riviera.
Located a dozen or kilometres from Nice, around forty from Monaco and about sixty from the Italian border, the Les Cent Chênes campsite enjoys a location which could not be more idyllic. In the Alpes-Maritimes department, it is the sole and unique open-air hotel to thus offer its holidaymakers top-of-the-range services.
Saint-Jeannet, the commune in which this campsite is set up, is a village perched at the foot of an 800-metre cliff, the Baou de Saint-Jeannet. At the summit of the latter, hikers and climbers can take advantage of an incredible panoramic view over the sea and the surrounding area, from the Cagne valley to the Alpine summits of the Mercantour National Park taking in the hills of Nice. This view extends as far as Antibes, the Îles de Lérins islands and up to the Esterel massif (a mountain range)!
An amazing hundred-year-old oak grove just a stone's throw from the beaches of the Côte d’Azur
The Les Cent Chênes campsite nestles at the heart of a superb hundred-year-old park of oaks, lacking neither charm nor calm! Although the seaside, both hyper-active and ultra-festive, is only a quarter of an hour by road, here, tranquillity is certain, as well as all holidaymakers' privacy. A small campsite on a human scale, this luxury campsite in the Alpes-Maritimes indeed only has a small number of around 20 pitches intended to accommodate campers and their tent, caravan or camper.
There are 29 other pitches which are nowadays occupied by quality holiday hire accommodation. On-site, holidaymakers therefore have the choice between mobile homes, chalets - the terraces of which are totally surrounded by vegetation, having nothing by way of outlook for even more luxury and privacy, as well as charming wooden cabins on stilts.
Ideal for appealing to lovers of glamping holidays, these cabins are split up into a Robinson range and a Luxe (Luxury) range. As its name indicates, the Luxe range offers superior comfort to its occupants as well as an even warmer atmosphere!
Peace, sunshine and idleness during your holidays
Once settled in, holidaymakers can freely take advantage of the campsite's facilities and services. From mid-June to the beginning of September, a bar opens and those who wish to can unwind over a drink, an ice cream or a coffee, whilst taking advantage of the convivial atmosphere of the location. In the high season, you can come and buy fresh bread every morning made to order. Moreover, there is a small shopping centre, with multiple boutiques and shops, 1.2 kilometres from there.
Regarding leisure facilities, Les Cent Chênes has a highly delightful swimming pool. With a modern design, its wooden “beach” is surrounded by shrubs and flowers of the region; it is the perfect place to indulge in idleness! Moreover, for even more serenity, children are asked not to shout or jump in the water. For children to have fun, there is a play area available to them on the campsite.
Lastly, although holidays are above all intended for rest and relaxation, they also allow those intrigued to go out and discover the tourist treasures around them. Moreover, around Saint-Jeannet, the latter are as numerous as they are varied! To be persuaded, it is enough for holidaymakers to go the Les Cent Chênes reception where a multitude of information can be given to them on this. In any old order, examples are the cities of Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Monaco, the town of Grasse or even the villages of Menton, Saint Paul de Vence, Eze, Gourdon and others.