“I did it until recently”
Casamia Juliette is my house that I rent for short holidays, it is not on the lake but it is very close, less than 5 minutes walk.
It’s not a perfect house, it’s not super neat or even super tidy.
It’s simply my home, my nest, where I lived happily until a few years ago and everything has remained as it was and reflects me and my personality: easy, lively, cheerful and a little bit messy but reliable and also a little bit contemplative. It is the right home for those who want to unplug from the stress and hustle and bustle of everyday life and spend a holiday of relaxation, peace and quiet, sipping a glass of wine or reading a good book to the sound of the surrounding nature. The first thing that strikes you about this corner of the world is certainly the beauty of the landscape, romantic, delicate, very special with the mountains crowning the lake, the colours that change every day, the sounds of nature and its changing scents, it is truly an indescribable spectacle in every season, of which one never tires.
The House Spaces
Casamia Juliette used to be a stable for housing animals, then around 1980 it was renovated and became a beautiful little house that has retained its original structure.
It is a completely independent house, spread over two floors totalling about 90 square metres.
It is not huge but the spaces are well organised and the whole house is well equipped.
It can be reached directly by car and has two large parking spaces right under the house.
Spacious living room with fireplace, equipped with a double sofa bed to be used if necessary (for a total of 7 beds in the whole house).
The kitchen is not huge but big enough and well equipped. Under the pass-through window there is a small folding table for breakfast or convenient as an additional table top.
At home you will find a list of all the attractions the area has to offer, from recreational to cultural or nature-oriented ones such as boat trips on the lake, rather than the various walks in our forests, which are among the wildest in the area and therefore particularly picturesque, among vertical cliffs, forests and clear-water streams, where the more daring can refresh themselves in icy baths in the purest waters.