As many have mentioned, the walk to town is hilly on the way back (15-20 mins) but totally manageable even after a delicious 3 course dinner at La Voute in town :)
Oh my, the view!! Oh, and the breakfast! This beautiful B&B is perched on a hill in Grasse overlooking the C'ote D'azur beyond. If the view from this house doesn't inspire you then I don't know what will. Martine was the most welcoming of hosts and prepared us the most spectacular breakfast feast. Even though we were the only people staying we were lavished with rounds of cheese, fresh and dried fruits, yoghurts, fresh pastires, breads, eggs en cocotte, preserves, nuts, and more! As a gay couple we felt entirely welcomed. Grasse itself is quiet - the Histoire du Musée International de la Parfumerie was by far the best show in town. Fragonard Musee is more like a glorified shop.