St Prex: beautiful, medieval village on the shores of lake Geneva, between Lausanne and Geneva. Romantic cottage, built in 1830 (3 floors). Beamed living room, 2 bdrms (sleeps 4), dining area with kitchenette (oven, hotplate, fridge) bathroom (shower), wc. A small garden. Beautifully located, overlooking the old town. Swiss hospitality and charm!!! Absolutely no smoking.
“Very pleasant stay in a quiet and beautiful place, the welcome of the hosts is warm and distinguished. It would be a pleasure to come back.”
Logement d'exception au cœur du bourg médiéval, dans une maison datant de 1701. A deux pas des plages, commerces et restaurants. Transports publics et débarcadère pour bateaux CGN à proximité. Parking gratuit dans la rue.
“Marc's and Natacha's apartment is located in the Medieval part of Saint Prex in ancient building. Some of historic elements have been preserved in the apartment, like wooden bulks on the ceiling, stone arch above the window, doors. It all gives the apartment a historic charm. All the appliances in the apartment are almost new and of good quality: a huge TV (as a home theatre !) , dishwashing machine, oven, cooker, washing machine, coffee maker! the kitchen is complete with whatever you may need in your ordinary life and even more (fondue cooker and racket cooker for you!) Overall the apartment is nicely designed with cozy elements, which makes feel like a home. Natacha and Marc are very hospitable, helpful and mindful hosts. They have provided all information about Saint Prex and apartment and were always in touch if we needed anything.”
Bonjour, Bienvenue chez Stéphane et Baptiste, nous sommes heureux de vous accueillir dans une chambre avec un couchage double, pourvu d’une grande penderie et d’un bureau. La chambre ainsi que sa salle de bain privative donne directement dans l’entrée pour plus d’autonomie et de tranquillité.
“Very good, very welcome, nice clean room, good facilities and a private bathroom. Quiet residence outside the center Thanks to Baptiste and Stéphane for their kindness and simplicity”