The chateau is an elegant and substantial property, with eleven bedrooms and bathrooms and numerous reception rooms. The nearby Old Stables provide further and separate accommodation of three bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and reception rooms. The property is an ideal venue for those visiting Cannes for the film and other festivals and also simply for luxuriously relaxed holidays in the south of France. Entry to the chateau is through secluded security gates. The chateau's own winding driveway then ascends the hill until the chateau itself is reached at the top where its panoramic views open out. To the south and in front of the chateau, is the Mediterranean, and the Alps behind. The interior of the chateau is spacious with high ceilings, large reception rooms, halls and bedrooms. All the principal reception rooms and eight of the bedrooms have views to the south over the garden and the sea. The other three bedrooms have views of the mountains. There are two substantial terraces for dining outside, both south facing; one adjacent to the dining and sitting rooms shaded by an umbrella pine tree planted by Queen Victoria over 100 years ago, and the other higher up outside the summer kitchen and shaded by its own blinds.