This two rooms on the ground floor of our villa is located in a green setting, and has a beautiful view. All in a quiet neighborhood on a path without traffic. A few steps from mountain bike trails, walks and cross-country skiing in winter. At 1km you will find the sport center of the valley of joux, and its thermal center. Shopping centers are 1.5km away. You will find in 2km some ski slopes and ski slopes.
“Raphael's home is perfect for a couple. It is very clean, well equipped, comfortable. It is ideally located when, like us, we love the peace and the proximity of nature, hiking, swimming. The region is very beautiful. The communication with Raphael is without problem, he is very reactive. We will return home with pleasure.”
You are welcome in our apartment. Close to the city center and front of the cross-country skiing trail, you will be free of car to enjoy snow and nature! To practice alpin ski, you have a ski bus station at 100m! See you soon!
“An excellent stay in Florent's studio which is very well equipped, clean, quiet, well located (close to cross-country trails, snowshoes and all amenities), even offering a parking space. Florent was a very welcoming host and a source of advice and tips. To recommend without reservation!”
3 room apartment on the ground floor of a family villa, near the forest. Kitchen arranged, 1 bedroom with a 140x200 bed and a smaller room with 2 pull-out beds, fitted kitchen, living room with sofa and armchair, bathroom (shower). Apartment equipped with bedding, bath towels, dishes, television and wifi. Accessible to persons with reduced mobility. Private terrace. Cross-country skiing and Sports Center 10 minutes. Non-smoking accommodation. Accepted animals.
“If you are ever fortunate enough to travel and stay in this beautiful corner of Switzerland, I can offer no better advice than to stay at this immaculately kept and wonderfully appointed apartment. The owner is a thoughtful and attentive host and Le Sentier gives easy access to the Lac de Joux, Valle de Joux and a quick excursion into neighboring France.”