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Marie Bache
100 Chemin des Charbonnières Sollier


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Since 1999, we have been offering accommodation in our house, featuring 5 bedrooms with a capacity of 2, 3, or 4 people, each equipped with a private bathroom. These bedrooms are situated on the 1st and 2nd floors of the house.
Experience the tranquility and charm of our village while staying with us.
To enhance your stay, we provide a kitchenette for your convenience, allowing you to keep your drinks cold, prepare tea, or pack a picnic.
Additionally, we have a cozy reading lounge and a variety of games for your enjoyment.
Our garden is perfect for relaxation and offers various activities for children.
We are located at the entrance of the Parc Regional Bauges, providing easy access to its natural beauty.
For cycling enthusiasts, the Annecy Albertville bike path is just 500m away.
If you are into paragliding, the air landing spot is only 2 km from our location.
The town of Annecy is a mere 20 km away, surrounded by breathtaking mountains such as Semnoz, Aravis, and Beaufortin.
There are numerous hiking trails to explore, and during winter, you can enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing.


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To travel from Annecy, follow the N1508 for approximately 20 km in the direction of Albertville. Stay on this road until you reach a roundabout, then continue towards Doussard for 500m, still heading towards Albertville. At the next junction, take the first left towards Sollier and continue for another 500m. Finally, take a right onto the coal path.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 72 oui
(3 pers.)
1 97 oui


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  • Lake Annecy (6.5 km): Located just a short distance from your address, Lake Annecy is known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters. Visitors can enjoy swimming, boating, and picnicking along the lake's shores. The picturesque scenery and surrounding mountains make it a popular destination for outdoor activities and relaxation.
  • Château de Menthon-Saint-Bernard (10.5 km): Situated on a hill overlooking Lake Annecy, the Château de Menthon-Saint-Bernard is a medieval castle with a rich history. Visitors can explore its well-preserved rooms, admire stunning views from the tower, and learn about the castle's connection to the local region.
  • Gorges du Fier (17 km): The Gorges du Fier is a natural wonder located near Annecy. Visitors can walk along a suspended footbridge that stretches over the Fier River, offering breathtaking views of the gorge's impressive rock formations. The site also features a visitor center with exhibits on the geological history of the area.
  • Palais de l'Isle (17.5 km): Situated in the heart of Annecy's Old Town, the Palais de l'Isle is a unique and historic building. Originally built as a prison in the 12th century, it later served as a courthouse and now houses a local history museum. The building's distinctive architecture and location on a small island in the Thiou River make it a must-see attraction.
  • Annecy Old Town (17.5 km): Known as "Venice of the Alps," Annecy's Old Town is a charming and picturesque area with narrow streets, canals, and colorful houses. Visitors can wander through the lively market, browse boutique shops, and enjoy a meal or drink at one of the many cafes and restaurants. The Palais de l'Isle, mentioned above, is also located within this area.
  • Talloires (18 km): A picturesque village on the eastern shore of Lake Annecy, Talloires is known for its stunning natural beauty and historic charm. Visitors can explore the village's medieval buildings, enjoy a leisurely stroll along the lakefront promenade, or relax on one of the sandy beaches.
  • Semnoz (21 km): Located just outside of Annecy, Semnoz is a beautiful mountain offering various outdoor activities. In summer, visitors can go hiking, cycling, or paragliding, while in winter, it becomes a popular skiing and snowboarding destination.
  • Roc de Chère Nature Reserve (23 km): Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Annecy, the Roc de Chère Nature Reserve is a protected area known for its diverse flora and fauna. Visitors can explore the reserve's walking trails, observe native bird species, and enjoy panoramic views of the lake. These attractions offer a mix of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural experiences that showcase the beauty and diversity of the Annecy region.

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