Domaine de Fayence
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of Domaine de Fayence
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Domaine de Fayence
Travel Blogs from Fayence
Cloudy, constant drizzle in the morning and then a shower in the afternoon. 20°C
Up at 5 and left at 5:45 but unfortunately no breakfast, so we will use some of our packed lunch for that. It was dark until 7:15 (and sunset is about the same which seems weird) when we were just about at Amiens. It had been raining overnight and was light drizzle for most of the trip. Thank heavens for the GPS! We decided we were early enough not to use the toll roads which saved 20 mins. But ...
... we found that the place had falsely advertised and only did the deal on Sunday –Thursday. Hence we left and the group dispersed. We grabbed some dinner at a local restaurant which was pretty good. As we were close to the beach, we grabbed some beers and headed down to see what was going on. All along the beach was thousands of people drinking and partying. It seemed to be more of a younger crowd. We finished some beers and watched ...
... shores in a slow rhythmic pulse. You could hear seagulls cawing and the sounds of the ocean from far away, like a perpetual soundtrack to the city, a sweet symphony coming off the bay. Climbing the old fort hill where Nice Castle used to stand, I had stunning panoramas of the entire landscape from mountains to sand. Red tiled roofs splayed out into the distance, framed by the endless blue borders of ocean and sky. It ...
... living and I thought it would be nice to have a bit of friendliness and interaction with other guests rather than just a high rise apartment that we could have gone for. Plus it was cheap as.
It is clean, but “random” as Brenna puts it. “Things don’t match”. In previous places the crockery has matched, the glasses are all of one type etc. Here, you have jam jar type of glasses with ...
... by 9am. It worked perfectly and we hit the road on what was warming up to be hot day..........The Fiesta (with GPS) was leading but, as often happens, programming the ' shortest route' in this part of the world often means narrow and windy............it wasn't long before the Twingo inhabitants were feeling car sick again and ready to revolt!
We reached Cannes and were negotiating the next part of the route when a txt from the Twingos came ...