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LYRET A 2/6p STANDING CENTRE TOWN VIEW MONT BLANC

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Excellent 5/5 Score from 4 reviews

living with view on Mont Blanc

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Ski
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

LYRET A UK Présentation

NEW : For groups of friends or family, 2 apartments 3 room, side by side, in the Residence LYRET1 with 2 underground garage lots and superb view on Mont-Blanc.

51 m2 each, balconies East, South, and West.

Contact me if you are interested to rent. Comfortable 8 people, capacity maximum 12 people (8 adults/4 children.)

The 2nd property is on Holiday Lettings

LYRET1-B, T3 STANDING CENTRE VILLE FACING MT BLANC (1793676).

If both aren't any more available I can rent you a third apartment " LE MORGANE 3 room standing Chamonix Centre Ville" (1774728).

All my apartments are very good quality and renovated and have very good appraisals 5/5 on different rental sites.

Description :

Very nice and good standing 3 rooms ( 51 m2). Fully equipped for 6 people

(4 adults and 2 children.) Ideal 4 persons.

- Suitable for people enjoying quality services. In the city centre while being quiet

- In excellent condition, renovated in July 2013, with a contemporary design, wooden furniture, and natural stones on walls.

- Environment Cottages and Gardens.

- 1st floor, very quiet, unobstructed greenery, chalets and a low-rise building on the west side view.

- Large balcony, east and south-west, with a beautiful view on Aiguille de Chamonix, Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc and glacier des Bossons.

Equipment :

- Large kitchen open on the living with integrated dishwasher and multifunction oven. Table for 6 persons in solid rubber wood,(Hevea.) The kitchen wall is in natural stones.

- Living room with a nice sofa bed, excellent quality.

- Free for children under 3 years old who sleeps in a baby cot ( depending on availability and to reserve upon booking) :

A baby cot , a stroller, high chair, sleeping bag 6 months and 12 months, bed sheets and blankets

- A bedroom with lots of storage, window east at sunrise, facing mountains.

- A bedroom cabin with eastern window, equipped with 2 bunk beds and a wardrobe.

Children will be more comfortable as the Adults, in the cabin... Adults, preferably, should sleep in the sofa bed in the living.

- Entrance with one large wood wardrobe.

- Separate WC

- Bathroom with Italian shower and washing machine.

- Great West and South Balcony (13 m2)

- A ski locker and a cellar for storage the luggage or bicycles.

- Possibility to use the parking lot of the condominium according to availability.

- 1 underground private garage available.

The apartment is 2 minutes walk from the centre of town with its bars and restaurants and is close to the railway station. It has a bedroom with a big wardrobe , 2 bunked beds in a small bedroom, a large living room with a divan sofa bed and a second bathroom with all new appliances. There is a table that seats 6/8 people, and it has a wraparound seat in the living area. Cooking is done in the kitchen which opens into the living area There is a carpark outside, accessed through a remote controlled barrier and a on UK garage inside. There is a plasma tv, freeview, dvd player and free wifi.

Bathroom

The bathroom has brand new fittings and fixtures consisting of shower, and basin with vanity cabinet, washing machine shaver point and lighting.

Kitchen:

The kitchen is fitted with a hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave oven/grill, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, hair dryer, iron, ironing board ...It has a big work surface and it is open on the living room

Entry :

1 big wardrobe and 2 mirrors

Living Rooms:

The living room has seating for 6 around the table and around the main living area and sofa. It is equipped with a plasma TV/DVD, and coffee table. Views are towards the Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc and Glacier des Bossons, Aiguilles de Chamonix.

Cleaning/Towels/Linen/Maid service:

Towels and linen are included in the cost of the rental.

The final cleaning of the flat is optional payable with the booking

Amenities/Facilities:

Outside common Parking and private indoor garage

Dishwasher, Fridge, Hob/Stove, Iron, Microwave and grill/Oven, washing machine

Central Heating, Internet Access, Satellite, TV.

- Discount 30 % on ski rentals (you organize by yourself the rental, I give you all information)

- Discount 10 % on SPA in 2 luxury Hotel 4* with an outside heated swimming pool even in winter.

- Host cards, offered by the owner, give you the gratuity of the ski bus and trains for all ski resorts of the valley.

The rental rates include:

- Cleaning products (1 roll of toilet paper)

- Bed linen and towels (bed will not be made)

- Welcome on location by Sabrina and Guillaume, my representatives in Chamonix, from 14:00 to 20:00. They'll give you all explanation and help you in case of problems.

- Departure starting from 08:00 to 10:00

- Internet (Wi-Fi)

Changeover day

There is no set changeover day, minimum of booking 4 nights except on high season : Saturday or

Sunday for 6/7 nights. The arrival time is 4 pm and departure is 10 am in order to allow for cleaning and laundry for the next guests. We will try to be as flexible as possible, depended upon the arrival times and dates of the next guest.l

Golf

5 miles from the nearest golf course.

Skiing

The local Mulet providing free transport to skiers stops outside the apartment. The train to Argentiere is 2 minutes walk away as is the lift to the Aiguille de Midi and the Vallee Blanche. A car will allow you to access over 20 ski areas within 1 hour, in France, Italy and Switzerland.

How to get there

1 hour from Geneva airport, accessible by train and car. The train station is about 5 minutes walk (300 m) or one stop with free Shuttle The Mulet

Distances

Walking distance to Chamonix town centre. 2 minutes to the nearest restaurants, less than 5 to many others. Local bars are about 3 minutes walk. There are several nearby supermarkets, all within 4-5 minutes walk.

Further Details

Sabrina, our local manager will meet you upon arrival and is on hand throughout your stay to assist if you need local information or advice.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 300 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: GENÈVE book connection by bus http://www.sat-montb 80 km, Nearest railway: CHAMONIX connection from Paris - Lyon airport
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Secure parking, Lift access

The Rhone/French Alps region

Chamonix (1050 - 3842 m) - GEOGRAPHIE DES LIEUX

Chamonix se situe dans la partie occidentale et septentrionale des Alpes, à 15 km de la Suisse par le Col des Montets, et à 15 km de l'Italie par le tunnel du Mont Blanc. Le point où se rejoignent ces trois frontières se situe au sommet du Mont Dolent (3820 m).

La vallée de Chamonix est dominée par le mont Blanc, le plus haut sommet d'Europe occidentale avec ses 4810,45m.

D'origine glaciaire, la vallée dominée par le massif du Mont-Blanc au sud et par le massif des Aiguilles Rouges au nord, s'étend sur plus de 17 km de long du sommet du Col des Montets au torrent de Taconnaz et sa superficie est de 24 546 hectares. Le centre ville se trouve à 1035 m d'altitude et le haut de la vallée atteint 1462 m, au Village du Tour.

Le principal cours d'eau de la Haute-Savoie, l'Arve, qui coule sur 107 km, prend sa source au Col de Balme, emprunte la vallée de Chamonix (ou Haute vallée de l'Arve) qu'il a en partie creusée et se déverse dans le Rhône à Genève.

La population résidente est de 9 401 habitants.

Chamonix, ou le ski à l'état brut. Vous ne vous ennuierez pas dans cette station-ville baignée dans un environnement de haute montagne faisant partie des grandes et offrant de fabuleux hors-pistes comme la Vallée Blanche ou les Grands Montets, réservés aux plus expérimentés.

Station internationale connue dans le monde entier, haut-lieu du freeride (avec notamment la descente de la Vallée Blanche depuis l'aiguille du midi accessible par téléphérique), Chamonix dispose aussi de 150 km de pistes balisées tous niveaux, dont 30% est enneigé artificiellement.

Cham', c'est aussi et surtout une vallée pleine de charme, comprenant 600 km de pistes (La Flégère, Combloux, Argentière, Les Houches, Vallorcine…).

CE QUE LES GENS AIMENT :

Domaine hors-pistes exceptionnel

Ambiance de haute montagne

"Station-ville"

Vie de nuit développée

CE QUE LES GENS AIMENT MOINS :

Enneigement parfois erratique en-deçà de 1600m (retour assuré en téléphérique)

Beaucoup de monde, surtout pendant les vacances scolaires (files d'attentes aux remontées)

Tarifs élevés

Domaines accessibles souvent en bus (mais quels domaines !)

Chamonix

Skis, luge d'hivers ou d'été, escalade, randonnées, ou Aiguille du midi, golf, tennis, piscine, boutiques pour tous les goûts, restaurants, pubs, boites de nuit, Chamonix vous offrira des vacances inoubliables au pays du Mont Blanc.

Le Lyret au centre de toutes les attractions, rénové à neuf comme si je devais l'habiter sera le nid douillet dont vous rêvez pour des vacances sportives ou reposantes. Chacun trouvera ce qu'il cherche loin du stress et de la vie trépidante d'aujourd'hui.

HISTOIRE DE CHAMONIX

Lorsqu'en 1741, deux anglais, Windham et Pococke découvrent la vallée de Chamouny et ses glaciers, leur expédition se confronte à une population rurale et montagnarde, vivant essentiellement de l'élevage et de maigres cultures de seigle et d'avoine.

Ils explorent la vallée et visitent la Mer de Glace. Le récit de leur visite, publié dans toutes les gazettes littéraires d'Europe, fera naître un véritable engouement pour Chamonix.

La première auberge, celle de Madame Coutterand, voit le jour en 1770.

En 1783, après le passage de voyageurs célèbres tels que Saussure, Goethe, Bourrit, qui firent connaître Chamonix, on estima à 1500 le nombre de visiteurs par saison d'été.

Le premier hôtel de luxe est construit en 1816 (Hôtel de l'Union), suivent la Couronne, le Royal et beaucoup d'autres.

En 1821, la Compagnie des Guides est créée, suite à un accident survenu au Mont-Blanc.

En 1860 une route carrossable est construite reliant Genève à Chamonix via Sallanches.

Jusqu'à la fin du XIXème siècle, les guides constituent la première puissance économique de Chamonix. Dès le début du XXème siècle, ce sont les hôteliers qui reprendront ce pouvoir avec la construction de nombreux établissements.

Deux chamoniards, Paccard et Balmat, réalisent la première ascension du Mont-Blanc en 1786.

En juillet 1901, la station inaugure son chemin de fer. Le train désenclave Chamonix en hiver. Les années 1908-1910 correspondent aux grandes mutations de Chamonix qui vit désormais au rythme de deux saisons : hivernale et estivale.

Dès lors, la montagne s'aménage et les premiers équipements touristiques voient le jour :

Chemin de Fer du Montenvers (1908)

Téléphérique des Glaciers (1924)

Téléphérique de Planpraz (1927)

Téléphérique du Brévent (1930)

Téléphérique de l'Aiguille du Midi (1955)

Téléphérique de la Flégère (1956)

1924 c'est la consécration de Chamonix avec les Premiers Jeux Olympiques d'Hiver.

Le ski fut introduit à Chamonix dès la fin du XIXème siècle par le docteur Payot.

La première grande saison d'hiver s'ouvrit en 1906-1907, en partie grâce à l'initiative du Club Alpin Français qui organisa des concours locaux de sports d'hiver.

Si vous voulez plus d'informations, visitez les Musées de Chamonix.

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22 Aug 2014

5/5

"Convenient, well-equipped and quiet apartment in Chamonix"

Very nice apartment with fabulous view of Mont Blanc from the main room - very close to centre of Chamonix (2 minute walk) but quiet. Kitchen had everything we needed. Beds very comfortable. The coupl… More

29 Jan 2014

5/5

"Comfortable and nicely kept apartment"

We were five friends staying at Le Lyret for an extended weekend. The apartment was very nicely renovated and tastefully decorated. Nice view to the Mont Blanc Massif. All necessary appliances were available. The property manager and owner were also nice and all practicalities- getting instructions, keys, deposit, etc- was handled smoothly. Le Lyret is a quick five-seven minute walk from everything: ski bus, groceries, shopping, bars and restaurants.

23 Oct 2013

5/5

"Très belle location"

Tout simplement aucune mauvaise surprise lors de notre séjour. Appartement implacable, aussi beau que sur les photos, une vue merveilleuse sur l'aiguille du midi, tres calme, a deux pas du centr… More

18 Sep 2013

5/5

"Trés bon séjour"

Très bel appartement : spacieux, rénové avec goût et simplicité, idéalement placé dans Chamonix (vue sur le Mont-Blanc et à deux pas du centre), stationnement très facile. Très bon équipeme… More

Merci Saida, C'est avec grand plaisir que je vous recevrai de nouveau au Lyret.
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