Possibilité de loger une ou deux personnes dans la salle de musique dans les combles d'une jolie maison avec jardin. Confitures et pain maison pour le petit déjeuner, proche des transports publics et commerces, à 20 minutes à pied du lac. Wifi, place de parc. Musicien bienvenu.
“Monique was very pleasant, helpful and accurate. The location is great for Renens, and easy access to the train station for both direction Geneva or the city, Lausanne. It was quiet, private, and clean. I especially enjoyed having access to a desk, wifi, and a nice view from outside the windows in the attic room. I look forward to my next stay. Thanks Monique!”
Private room. Quiet flat. 2nd floor. No elevator. Furnished as depicted on the photos. 10 min by bus from the city center. Several buses stop next to the building (One bus (#3) takes you to and from the train station). Public parking in the premises max 2h for a fee (Free during the night and sunday the whole day). There are 3 big supermarkets (Migro, Coop and Denner) at a stone throw from the building.
“In addition to the promptness of the answers, the impeccable welcome of this host, the comfortable room benefits from a very great calm. The apartment is both very close to the Sauvabelin forest and the city center by transport or on foot with a pleasant stroll through old Lausanne.”
This small yet cosy room available for only 1 person, is located in a modern appartment and enjoys a nice view on the Lake Geneva. The appartment is located 5 minutes from the city center of Lausanne by bus and less than 15 by foot. **Please note that the building does not have any parking spots available.** If you are coming by car, you will have to find a free or paid parking spot in the neighborhood.
“Super stay! Christophe was very friendly. The apartment is conveniently located and can be reached within 5 minutes by tram from the train station. The Vietnamese restaurant just around the corner is highly recommended. The room was very clean and nicely decorated. The shared bathroom, kitchen, living room and terrace were almost always free and invited to be shared.”