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The Hôtel Particulier - Exceptional House with Swimming Pool and Garden in Lyon

Weekly Rental:From EUR 5005 to EUR 5005

Property

Houses

Sleeps

12

Single/Double

/ 4

Bathrooms

4

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

Yes

In the heart of Lyon but like in the countryside, on the hill of the Croix Rousse, this majestic building of more than 400m2 skilfully mixes French style, contemporary design pieces sprinkled with a vintage spirit. Taking advantage of the tranquility of the place, lost in the middle of century-old trees while having your coffee in the sun in front of the swimming pool, you will think "Space is absolute luxury".

Presentation

Description

2nd floor
* Room 1 1: king size bed (180) with en suite bathroom
* Room 2 1: queen size bed (160) + floor mattress (for one child only) with en suite bathroom
* Bathroom 1: 1 shower, en suite with room 2
* Bathroom 2: 1 shower and 1 bath, en-suite with bedroom 1
1st floor
* Bedroom 3 1: queen size bed (160) + mattress on the floor (for one child only) with en-suite bathroom
* Bedroom 4 1: queen size bed (160)
* Room 5 1: sofa bed (140)
* Bathroom 3: 1 bath, en suite with Room 3
* Bathroom 4: 1 shower

  • 3 independent toilets

2 outdoor spaces and non-paying street easily garable
Swimming pool (9x5) protected by a rolling shutter-in water from June 1 to September 15 (except exceptional weather)
Garden of 800m2
Living space of approximately 100m2

Ratings

Our properties are all inhabited by families, a thousand miles from standardized and sanitized properties dedicated solely to rentals.
This is what allows us to offer you rare, warm places perfectly equipped for large meetings and moments of happiness.
This is also what allows us to offer you living homes with a strong personality, with a style and a soul.

The neighborhood

The Red Cross,
La Croix-Rousse is one of the two hills overlooking Lyon. This original district has Mediterranean accents, with its pastel colors and breathtaking views of the city. Its Gallic village atmosphere invades anyone who sets foot there. Here we proclaim ourselves “Croix-Roussiens” before being Lyonnais. The atmosphere is friendly and also a bit libertarian and militant. Deeply marked by its working class and independence history. The heritage of the canuts (silk workers) is omnipresent: at the origin of the mutualist and cooperative movements, their famous revolt of 1831, one of the first workers' uprisings, had a major impact in France and Europe. Even today, the district is dotted with local associations, independent creative workshops,
Go and awaken your taste buds at the market, on the boulevard, then your pupils in front of the many viewpoints available to you. Take the opportunity to descend the ascent of the Grande-Côte. This cobbled pedestrian street lined with shops is a perfect postcard: charming from start to finish with its view, its typical architecture, its graffiti, its café terraces, its bookshops and its trendy shops... The slopes of the Croix- Rousse are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, don't be afraid to push open the doors to stroll through the traboules. These covered passages from courtyard to courtyard of buildings allowed silk workers to easily transport fabrics from one place to another while avoiding the rain. And even if we tend to forget the peninsula, the heart of Lyon, is only a stone's throw away...

LYONS
"Best European weekend destination" according to the 2016 World Travel Awards, Lyon has been able to transform itself and offer a cultural offer marked by numerous festivals (Festival of Lights, Festival Lumière, Nuits Sonores, Biennale of art and dance, Quai du thriller, Woodstower…). Unesco, which listed 500 ha of the city as a World Heritage Site, was not mistaken. The ocher colors of the facades of old Lyon and Croix-Rousse, the astonishing mixture of Gothic from the Middle Ages with the Italian Renaissance style gives it a unique charm. Between Saône and Rhône, the former capital of the Gauls, of silk and printing, Lyon the good living, has become one of the major metropolises of France and of present-day Europe, economically,

Access

  • by plane: St Exupéry Airport
  • by train: Lyon Part Dieu station
  • by car: Allow 10/15 minutes from Part Dieu train station and 35 minutes from the airport
  • by public transport: By bus: 13 and 18 (Centre/Croix-Rousse), 45 and 2 (Vaise/Croix-Rousse) Metro Croix Rousse 15 min walk Vélov' station 10 m

The Only Place Service

Included for each stay

  • Personalized welcome
  • Homebook
  • Our secret addresses
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • End of the stay cleaning

Bed linen and towels are included in all our properties. However, we recommend that you provide pool towels and bed linen for babies.
Pets: subject to acceptance by the owners, an additional cleaning fee of €150 will be charged.

Arrivals and departures:

Depending on the organization and availability we can offer an early check-in or a late check-out with a supplement.

On demand :

  • Travel cot pack (without sheets) + High chair: €30/stay
  • Additional cleaning service: €35/h 3h minimum
  • Chef at home: personalized quote on request
  • Extra linen per bed (Bed set + 2 bath sheets + 1 bath mat) 20€
  • Private airport driver: between €75 and €95

We know each of our properties perfectly, which allows us to answer all your questions before and during your stay. We are here to advise you on your choice of house but also to welcome you on the day of your arrival. Our properties are all prepared with standardized cleanliness standards and comply with high-end hotel standards. Bed linen and towels are provided by care.

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle Dish Washer High Chair Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Hairdryer Iron Central Heating TV Satellite Internet Access

External Features

Private Pool - Unheated Private Garden BBQ Sun Loungers : Yes Suitable for Children

Local Attractions

The Red Cross,
La Croix-Rousse is one of the two hills overlooking Lyon. This original district has Mediterranean accents, with its pastel colors and breathtaking views of the city. Its Gallic village atmosphere invades anyone who sets foot there. Here we proclaim ourselves “Croix-Roussiens” before being Lyonnais. The atmosphere is friendly and also a bit libertarian and militant. Deeply marked by its working class and independence history. The heritage of the canuts (silk workers) is omnipresent: at the origin of the mutualist and cooperative movements, their famous revolt of 1831, one of the first workers' uprisings, had a major impact in France and Europe. Even today, the district is dotted with local associations, independent creative workshops,
Go and awaken your taste buds at the market, on the boulevard, then your pupils in front of the many viewpoints available to you. Take the opportunity to descend the ascent of the Grande-Côte. This cobbled pedestrian street lined with shops is a perfect postcard: charming from start to finish with its view, its typical architecture, its graffiti, its café terraces, its bookshops and its trendy shops... The slopes of the Croix- Rousse are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, don't be afraid to push open the doors to stroll through the traboules. These covered passages from courtyard to courtyard of buildings allowed silk workers to easily transport fabrics from one place to another while avoiding the rain. And even if we tend to forget the peninsula, the heart of Lyon, is only a stone's throw away...

LYONS
"Best European weekend destination" according to the 2016 World Travel Awards, Lyon has been able to transform itself and offer a cultural offer marked by numerous festivals (Festival of Lights, Festival Lumière, Nuits Sonores, Biennale of art and dance, Quai du thriller, Woodstower…). Unesco, which listed 500 ha of the city as a World Heritage Site, was not mistaken. The ocher colors of the facades of old Lyon and Croix-Rousse, the astonishing mixture of Gothic from the Middle Ages with the Italian Renaissance style gives it a unique charm. Between Saône and Rhône, the former capital of the Gauls, of silk and printing, Lyon the good living, has become one of the major metropolises of France and of present-day Europe, economically,

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Month Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
année Sep 1, 2023 Jun 30, 2024 5 EUR 5250.00 EUR 750.00

Special Rental Conditions

Cancellation Policy:

The cancellation conditions are as follows:
In the event of cancellation up to 30 days before the start of the stay: 100% refund excluding service charges;
In case of cancellation between the 29th day and the day before or the day of arrival: there will be no refund.

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Property Exterior

Private Pool (Unheated):
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Local Attractions

The Red Cross,
La Croix-Rousse is one of the two hills overlooking Lyon. This original district has Mediterranean accents, with its pastel colors and breathtaking views of the city. Its Gallic village atmosphere invades anyone who sets foot there. Here we proclaim ourselves “Croix-Roussiens” before being Lyonnais. The atmosphere is friendly and also a bit libertarian and militant. Deeply marked by its working class and independence history. The heritage of the canuts (silk workers) is omnipresent: at the origin of the mutualist and cooperative movements, their famous revolt of 1831, one of the first workers' uprisings, had a major impact in France and Europe. Even today, the district is dotted with local associations, independent creative workshops,
Go and awaken your taste buds at the market, on the boulevard, then your pupils in front of the many viewpoints available to you. Take the opportunity to descend the ascent of the Grande-Côte. This cobbled pedestrian street lined with shops is a perfect postcard: charming from start to finish with its view, its typical architecture, its graffiti, its café terraces, its bookshops and its trendy shops... The slopes of the Croix- Rousse are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, don't be afraid to push open the doors to stroll through the traboules. These covered passages from courtyard to courtyard of buildings allowed silk workers to easily transport fabrics from one place to another while avoiding the rain. And even if we tend to forget the peninsula, the heart of Lyon, is only a stone's throw away...

LYONS
"Best European weekend destination" according to the 2016 World Travel Awards, Lyon has been able to transform itself and offer a cultural offer marked by numerous festivals (Festival of Lights, Festival Lumière, Nuits Sonores, Biennale of art and dance, Quai du thriller, Woodstower…). Unesco, which listed 500 ha of the city as a World Heritage Site, was not mistaken. The ocher colors of the facades of old Lyon and Croix-Rousse, the astonishing mixture of Gothic from the Middle Ages with the Italian Renaissance style gives it a unique charm. Between Saône and Rhône, the former capital of the Gauls, of silk and printing, Lyon the good living, has become one of the major metropolises of France and of present-day Europe, economically,

In the area

This Property is situated in Rhone, Rhone-Alpes

Nearest Airport: St Exupéry Airport

Nearest Station: Lyon Part Dieu station

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Please note that the location on this map is an approximate guide, normally to the closest town or village.


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