4-star B&B and Boutique Hotel in the Lake Geneva region
St-Livres is a tiny village in the south west of Switzerland. If you have business to do in Geneva (we are 35 minutes away from airport, by car), Lausanne, Vevey or Montreux or are looking for a premium-quality accommodation close to one of the popular ski and mountain resorts (Verbier, Zermatt, Crans-Montana), our 4-star Bed&Breakfast and Boutique Hotel offers quiet and relaxation to the sophisticated traveller.
Le Coq Chantant is 4 star B&B located at Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
You will find our house in the picturesque village St-Livres, which is situated within 15 min driving distance from Lausanne and 30 min from Geneva.
Our room Edith Piaf has its own bathroom, coffee making facilities and terrace.
W-Lan, parking and breakfast are included. On request, we also serve lactose or gluten-free breakfast.
Our house is newly built in 2012.
All of our 4 rooms are decorated with care, mixing antiques with modern designer furniture and offer healthy indoor climate.
St-Livres is a quiet village with no transit traffic and beautiful old village buildings still very much intact.
You can reach Lake Geneva by car within 10 min.
Restaurants and shops are also within 10 min driving distance and we have a list of restaurants and places we recommend.
A huge park, the arboretum, is within 5 min walking distance.
In summer, our guests like to go golfing, sailing, swimming or hiking.
In winter, alpine or cross-country skying are the main sports on offer.
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“Every beloved object (person or place) is the center point of a paradise!”
Even as a child I dreamed of one day opening my own guest house. I was inspired by my grandmother, who was from the French speaking part of Switzerland. As the manager of an enormous farm estate, horse breeder and member of the National Assembly, her husband had little time to travel to far off countries with her. My grandmother therefore decided to bring the world to her, and opened a guest house in the Canton of Schaffhausen, in the Klostergut Paradies. The name says it all, and between 1950 and 1965 my grandmother ran this paradise as a guest house for the company Georg Fischer AG and the Iron Library. Full of pride, she used to tell me how wonderful it was to receive guests from all over the world. The guests came to her, and her world was enriched as a result. One of her favourite and most interesting guests was Winston Churchill.
Through the power of my vision and with the help of my ancestors, family and friends, I am now endeavouring to create the centre point of a new paradise in the Coq Chantant.
I am extremely excited about it!