Two Treehouses in One
Our family treehouse for 4, one room for the parents, and attached a tiny cabin for the children!
- One with Nature
- Simple Yet Stylish Design
- Sleeps 2 adults and 2 children
- Large Balcony
- Family tree house
Enjoy a unique tree house vacation with your loved ones at this specially-designed King Louie and Mowgli treehouse in Saint-Paul de Vence.
King Louie boasts a four-poster bed and is closest to the pool and the sauna.
This tree house is perfect for families with independent kids thanks to its connection with the smaller cabin Mowgli where children can live their own adventure!
Treehouse King Louie is a 20 sq. m. cabin (much like our treehouse Bagheera) with a double bed suitable for 2 persons and Mowgli is another 5 sq m cabin with bunk beds for max. 2 children.
The 10 sq. m. balcony is perfectly positioned to overlook the children in the swimming pool and offers a nice and shaded hang-out during the hottest hours of the day.
This treehouse has all the amenities guests need for a satisfying and comfortable stay. The main cabin (King Louie) has a double bed complete with linens, a fully equipped bathroom with flushing toilet, hot and cold shower, a heated towel rack and towels, and even a hairdryer.
The smaller cabin (Mowgli) has two bunk beds and is connected to the bigger treehouse by a walk bridge.
On the main terrace, there are two lounge chairs and a low table, the children have their own terrace.
For people who can't wait till breakfast or need to be able to make their cuppa at any point during the day, a kettle with a selection of teas and coffee is provided.
As there are no kitchens in the tree houses all guests have access to a shared refrigerator and a microwave oven. Crockery and cutlery is at your disposal so you can prepare yourself a little picnic to enjoy in the garden.
For those who want to get in touch with friends and family back home, there is a free-WiFi connection in the summer kitchen and in the garden.
Number of double beds: 1
Number of single beds: 2
Heating / cooling
Swimminig / watersports
Walking / hiking
How to get there
Via the A8 motorway:
→ From Marseille, take exit n° 47 Villeneuve Loubet, Cagnes sur Mer, Vence
→ From Nice or Italie, take exit n° 48 Cagnes sur Mer, Vence from Nice or Italie
→ GPS: Lat: , Long: 7.127429
Nearest airport is Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.
→ From the airport, you can take a taxi or bus (see below), or hire a car.
Nearest train station is Cagnes-sur-Mer.
Nice is accessible by TGV direct from Paris and other major French cities and there is a shuttle service between Nice, Cagnes-sur-Mer, and all main towns along the French Riviera.
→ From the train station, you can take a taxi or a bus (see below)
→ Pre-book a transfer from the airport or railway station with our local taxi company: /
→ Or reserve a taxi from Nice Airport's taxi rank:
Bus n° 400 runs every 30 to 45 mins and links Nice city center / Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (Bus stop "Aéroport Promenade" is a 10-15 min walk from Terminal 1) / Saint-Laurent du Var / Cagnes sur Mer / La Colle sur Loup / Saint-Paul. The bus will bring you to the bus stop in the village of Saint-Paul de Vence, from where you can either take a taxi (if you have heavy luggage) or simply walk down the hill to Orion (a 20 minute walk).
→ Nice city center to Saint-Paul de Vence takes approximately 1 hour.
About the area
King Louie and Mowgli is within walking distance to the quaint medieval village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence which is situated in a region that is teeming with tradition and history.
Therefore, there are numerous museums guests can visit in the area such as the locally known La Fondation Maeght à Saint-Paul de Vence, the Picasso Museum in Antibes, and the Le Musée d'Art Moderne à Nice – to mention a few.
In addition to those noted places, there are also various festivals guests can take part in like the Le Festival de Cannes, the Les Concerts du Cloître in Nice, and the Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival.
So for those who are fond of sightseeing and getting a taste of local French culture, this is the place to be.
However, if you are more inclined to go exploring, you can visit nearby national parks – such as the Le Parc National du Mercantour and the La Réserve des Monts d'Azur among many others – and indulge in exciting outdoor activities like canyoneering.
But if you only wish to relax, you can simply hang around your treehouse or check out the eco-friendly spa on the grounds. In there, you can get a massage, keep warm at the sauna, or swim in the pool.
Hi! My name is Aina & together with my mother Diane I run Orion B&B - a Bed and Breakfast with 4 treehouses surrounding an emerald green natural swimming pool in the valley of the beautiful medieval village of Saint-Paul de Vence.
We're committed to making your holiday in the South of France one to remember!
Croissants, homemade granola, fresh smoothies or chia pudding topped with organic fruit anyone?
3 Reviews - Two Treehouses in One
Vevey V - Switzerland
A paradise corner...just few minutes away from the city15 minutes from Nice airport..and there we are: a peaceful, green, relaxing, charming, lovely place were we rested for 4 days. The tree-house we had was perfect for us: a shaded terrace, a tastefully decorated bedroom, a nice bathroom, all comfort (even free internet connection..to be used to send picture of this great place to your friends and make them jealous). In the morning a genuine rich breakfast is served in the main building, a great place to meet the "neighbors" and share good tips for a daily trip. The natural pool...wow !!! Swimming in a natural pool and relax by reading a book in the garden. Highly recommended for nature lovers :-)
Salvador M - Russian Federation
Unique paradise for familiesWe stayed here with our two little boys and their nephew. What an experience it was for all of us! It was like we were in another world, far away from the busy surroundings of the rest of the area. We enjoyed the lovely swimmingpool and gardens. The breakfast was perfect, the owner lovely and we would come back in a heartbeat!
Ben W - England
Late summer stayWe stayed with Diane in September of 2013 and it was an unforgettable experience. After receiving a warm welcome, we were escorted through the grounds of this truly beautiful home - it's a mini-paradise. The natural pool, woodland and surrounding wildlife all added to the calming feel of the place. The treehouse was amazing. Cleaned to the highest standard and built by genuine craftsmen. A great two-night's sleep too, waking up to complete silence was a welcome break from Cental London. The restaurant just at the back of the woodland (overlooking St. Paul de Vence) was one of the best meals we've ever had the pleasure of enjoying (locally fished smoked trout) and was the icing on the cake really. Only suggestion would be having the option of delivering breakfast to the treehouses in the mornings rather than a communal breakfast being compulsory. First class stay, people and place. Well done, Diane! - we'll be back :) Ben W