Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Cotignac, Mas de l'Olivette is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Mas de l'Olivette makes it easy to enjoy the best of Cotignac.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk while staying at Mas de l'Olivette. In addition, Mas de l'Olivette offers a pool, which will help make your Cotignac trip additionally gratifying.
Given the close proximity to Monastère Saint-Joseph du Bessillon (1.9 mi), guests of Mas de l'Olivette can easily experience one of Cotignac's most popular landmarks.
Travellers looking for cafes can head to Cafe du Cours.
If you’re looking for something to do, Sanctuaire Notre-Dame de Graces (0.8 mi) and Cascade de Cotignac (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Mas de l'Olivette.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Mas de l'Olivette is sure to make your visit to Cotignac one worth remembering.
We stayed at the property in September for five nights and we're delighted that we did. Yannick and Jean Claude are unobtrusive and wonderful hosts and did all they could to make us comfortable. The access to the property is very easy as it's just off the D50 and has ample parking for three cars. There is a small but lovely pool at the back of the property set amongst olive trees and herb bushes. Our room on the first floor was simply but elegantly decorated with excellent cupboard space and good hangers and the walk-in shower was superb, with a hand held shower plus a rainfall head. Yannick laid out a well presented breakfast with fresh bread, fruits, cheese, jams and yogurts. The property is 1.5km from Cotignac, which has plenty of good bars and restaurants. If we returned to this area we would definitely stay here again. …
My wife and I have just returned home from a 3 night stay at Mas de l'Olivette and despite the 41 degree heatwave over there we found enough shady nooks and crannies to enjoy our stay in the beautiful home of Yannik and Jean Claude who were our hosts. We were there for a wedding and had taken a taxi from Nice to the venue and didn't have a car to get around. The owners were amazing, they asked us if they could give us transportation into town to shop, took us out to our evening dinner venue and on our last day Jean Claude gave us an impromptu tour of Cotignac which was truly wonderful and a lovely surprise. They make guests feel very welcome, one of the couples at breakfast was scared of a wasp bothering her and Jean Claude stood by the table with his swatter shouting ATTENTION and whacking it away. They really are a nice couple and we have every intention of visiting them again or even to trying the apartment they have in Cannes as that also looks lovely. Very special 3 days.…
We stayed here for three nights as we were attending a wedding nearby. The room was clean, the views beautiful and the hosts wonderful. The breakfast was delicious, we traveled elsewhere in France for a week afterwards and could not find a breakfast as good! I would definitely recommend staying here.
We stayed here as our friends had rented a house just down the road and we were latecomers. This B & B was at the recommendation of the agent for the house. The hosts were very welcoming, suites were nicely decorated and perfectly clean. Breakfasts were outstanding and catered well to my requiring gluten free food. I would highly recommend - just be aware they do not accept credit card. We paid cash as bank transfer overseas is very expensive (fee and exchange rate).
My wife and I stayed in the separate chalet which was equipped with a small kitchen and air conditioning. We would highly recommend a stay here. It is a 15-20 min walk out of Cotignac but with pleasant views - care needs to be taken at night as can be a little dark with no pavements to walk on - torch might be an idea. The place is well positioned for exploring the surrounding area including Gorge du Verdon, Moustiers ste Marie, coast including St Tropez - all within an hour or so. We stayed seven nights here and had plenty of time to rest around the pool, having it to ourselves the majority of the time. A nice touch was the communal fridge where you can help yourself to drinks leaving a 1.50 euros for beer/coke etc. As has already been mentioned the hosts, Yannick and Jean Claude, are extremely welcoming and friendly without being over the top. They were very helpful with suggestions for day trips etc. Yannick speaks English well but we felt guilty not to have enough French to speak to Jean Claude more. Breakfast is lovely - croissants, baguette, selection of cheeses, home made jams, fresh fruit, homemade yoghurt. We certainly felt well fed afterwards! We would definitely stay here again and would highly recommend!…