If you appreciate history and furniture craftsmanship you will enjoy visiting this attraction.
It is located an easy distance to the Beaulieu train station, and also on bus routes that come from Nice, Monaco, Menton.
There are fine examples of mosaics, ironwork including chandeliers, bronze, marble, ivory statues.
The location is fabulous overlooking the bay of Beaulieu and across to St Jean Cap Ferrat.
There are special discounts if you also want to visit Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, or if you arrive by local TER train.
There is no restaurant or any food facilities here so bring snacks/drinks with you. Accessible ground-level toilets are at the entrance.
The free audioguide is superb for detailing the history of the exhibits and the rooms at the Villa, it's available in 7 languages.
For a more detailed review of how to get there, where to park if you self-drive, nearest children's playground, accessiblility at the Villa, please visit my blog article http://accessriviera.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/a-greek-dream-in-southern-france-villa-kerylos/