Escape Britain’s Miserable Weather with Luxury Villa Holiday in Vence

Britain is set for a cold, wet and miserable winter, with the Met Office predicting lower-than-average temperatures coupled with higher-than-average rainfall. Luckily for want-away Brits, a luxury French villa offers a tempting escape, and has plenty of availability for 2015.

Villa Mes Nuits Blanches is a beautifully appointed villa situated in the picturesque village of Vence, France. The southern village is just a short drive away from the jewels of the coast – Cannes, Nice and Monaco – while still retaining a modicum of privacy and solitude for those who want to get away from it all.

Phil Chesworth, owner of the property, says, “The weather outlook is bleak for much of the winter, but with a booking at the villa, we can give families, couples or friends a holiday to really look forward to. Bookings can be made from the end of March onwards, so there’s a real incentive for Brits to make it through the tough, cold winter as they look forward to their exotic French getaway.”

The five-bedroom villa has a ten person capacity – suitable for even the largest families or groups of friends. Guests can mingle in the open plan kitchen dining area on the first floor, or relax in the beautifully designed outdoor area, which features a pool, a terrace, a barbecue grill and immaculately maintained gardens. 

Guests stay at the villa on a self-catering basis, and the fully-equipped kitchen means they can cater to the most demanding palate – there’s even an electric range cooker with rotisserie! For those who prefer to treat themselves when they’re on holiday, the town of Vence has a number of authentic French restaurants that will serve up a multitude of local delicacies. Holidaymakers with slightly more sophisticated tastes don’t need to venture far to find a Michelin star – there are a great range of superb restaurants and eateries not too far away in the stunning cities of Cannes and Nice.

The weather is sure to be one of the key factors in luring frostbitten Brits to the south of France. From April onwards, temperatures regular get above 20 degrees Celsius, with July and August far and away the hottest months – the average temperature is around 28.5 degrees Celsius – and in July, there’s an average of just two days of rainfall. A delightful prospect for sodden Brits battling through the typical English weather!

To find out more about Villa Mes Nuits Blanches, view images of the luxury accommodation or make a booking, visit the website at:

Editor's Note: Issued by Dakota Digital. For more information please contact Lauren Carroll. Email: or Tel: 01623 428996 ext 2.