I stayed two nights at this B&B. My room was comfortable and clean. There was a lovely terrace with a great view. Enjoyed relaxing there. The B&B is conveniently located to the bars and restaurants in the Old Town. What I enjoyed most of all about my stay and will remember was the kindness and hospitality of the hosts, Paula and Erika. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The breakfast is beautifully set out with plentiful food, and lovely candles which were lit and that created such a lovely ambience. I felt very special. Thankyou Paula and Erika for a lovely, restful stay. Would certainly recommend this B&B.
Trying to find a cute, less touristy spot to stay in the south of France was proving a bit tricky. We found this gem online and were luckily able to book a room for 3 nights. The location is lovely, down the most picturesque street from the market, on a place with lots of trees and restaurants. The 'hostess' was a summer transplant who made us feel at home via offers of wine, food, the roof deck, restaurant recommendations or room comforts.
It's a small place, maybe 6-8 rooms, all of them tiny. It's designed for short stays and small baggage, but you will want to be out in Antibes or at the beach anyway.
Breakfast is a lovely spread of fruit, yogurt, eggs, local bread and croissants. It's easy and the coffee is unlimited.
We will be back, however not with our small child or elderly parents...think the tight spaces and endless stairs would be too much for them, but for young/middle couples it's a gem of a place!
My wife and I stayed at Rue Sade last week and had lovely stay and we were well looked after by Karin and her eldest son.
The whole place is decorated to very high standard, the bed was incredibly comfortable, and the breakfast was delicious, consisting of fresh bread, pastries, fruit, coffee, and Karin's magic scrambled eggs! A super way to start each day!
Our favourite way to close out the day was to sit up on the roof terrace with a glass of Rose wine listening to music on the portable mini Bose speaker provided in the bedroom. Stunning views over the roof tops, Cathedral and street down below.
Unfortunately, my review can't be 5/5, as I have a major gripe; the lack of air conditioning! It was 32-35C during the day and didn't drop much below 22C at night and while we were supplied with a generously large floor fan, it just circulated the warm air at night... The only way we got comfortable in the end was to sleep with the bedroom door ajar which allowed a through-draft from the separate bathroom through the bedroom window. The downside to that approach was the noise from La Place Nationale, which was continuous throughout the night; fortunately the supplied ear plugs helped a lot.
However, to be clear, this didn't spoil our stay and I'm glad we stayed where we did, so my recommendation, to anyone reading and staying in July/August, is to select the one room that does have air con, as you'll appreciate it so much as somewhere to retreat to during the daytime heat and especially at night. Anyone outside of the hot months, you won't have this consideration and I guarantee you'll love the stay with Rue Sade.
I stayed at Ruesade for five nights to write on my new novel. The rooms were very comfortable and private located, and the Livingroom/breakfast room was very open and welcoming. The service was very good, the breakfast superb with everything I could ever ask for and I felt very much "at home" during my stay. Very near many cosy restaurants, the marina and a close walk to different beaches. I definitely recommend a stay at tis place.
Great place, beautifully decorated comfortable room. Situated in the old town of Antibes. Exellent service and the best breakfast you can imagine!
Beaches, market with local produce and restaurants in the immediate vicinity.