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Useful information

Questions-answers

How do you get home?

You can easily reach Lyon by plane, train or bus. You can then take a shuttle from the airport and tram/ bus or metro to come to us.

I can also pick you up from Part-Dieu station or Perrache station.

Rent a car?

You do not need to rent a car, our area is well served by public transport, but if you wish, you will find free parking spaces nearby.

Bike rental?

In addition to public transport, you can rent bicycles or electric scooters throughout the city. There are several Vélo'V stations in our neighborhood.

Of course, we lend our bikes to all our guests who wish.

Wifi?

There is wifi throughout the apartment.

Smoker?

Our apartment is a non-smoking area. If you wish to smoke, you can use the balcony or the garden.

Diets?

We love cooingk traditional and regional French dishes, but also exotic dishes. We pay attention to the origin and the quality of the products we buy. Friends often show up unexpectedly and some are vegetarian or gluten-free, so we're used to providing meals to suit everyone's dietary needs.

Pets?

Unfortunately, because of our Kickass dog, we would prefer not to accommodate your pet. She is friendly, but we think she wouldn't like to share her home with another dog.

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TO BETTER KNOW YOUR EXPECTATIONS

Please write me a detailed message regarding
your stay or your online courses

1. Your stay

  • Please tell us if you are traveling alone or with friends/ family (and if so, how many people will be staying with us and/ or also taking classes. Please tell us a little more about them).

  • Specify the duration of your desired immersion stay and whether you are flexible on the immersion dates.

  • Give some information about yourself: the country where you live, your hobbies, your goal of learning French, the type of immersion you want (little / a lot of homework, outdoor activities or more indoors ), food allergies or other problems you may have.

2. Your online courses

  • Give some information about yourself: your goal of learning French, your needs, your expectations, in which country you live.

  • Say what your availability is (French time), the frequency of the lessons you want and from when you want to start the lessons.

Knowing a little more about yourself from the start would be really helpful and a huge time saver, thanks!