A charming lodge close to the Les Houches ski piste, in the heart of the Chamonix valley

Sleeps: 14
Bedrooms: 7
Weekly price guide: £3168-£14653
Pool: No
Type: Chalet
Property Ref: LEF2967


General Description

This property is a delectable ski lodge with heaps of character, a ton of charm and delicious cuisine! Once the village smithy, this excellent boutique chalet located close to the Les Houches ski pistes and in the heart of the Chamonix valley offers the very best combination of attentive service, flexibility, top facilities and wonderfully retro furnishings that embody the vintage alpine style.

We offer the chalet self catered or catered .

An unmissable chance for you to move away from faceless purpose-built chalets and instead opt for a truly Alpine experience in this beautiful chalet that sits just 250 metres from Chamonix's World Cup venue pistes! The lodge offers a fantastic hybrid of top quality service and facilities coupled with a unique and retro-inspired interior style.

Accommodation Facilities

Chalet interior:

- Entrance/boot room
- Galley kitchen
- Sun filled breakfast room with rustic handmade table and benches.
- Large living space with oak floor, fireplace, leather sofas, armchairs and open-plan style leading to the wood-panelled dining area.

Bedrooms:

All bedrooms have private bathroom facilities. They are all equipped with linen, towels and luxury bath products.

First floor bedrooms:

- Bedroom 1 - Twin or Super-king Double with en-suite shower and WC
- Bedroom 2 - Twin or Super-king Double with adjacent bath & shower and WC (extra bed can be added)
- Bedroom 3 - Double bed with adjacent shower and WC

Second floor bedrooms:

- Bedroom 4 - Twin or Queen-size Double, small sink in room and adjacent private bathroom and WC
- Bedroom 5 - Twin or Super-king double with balcony, ensuite shower and WC
- Bedroom 6 - Twin bedroom with en-suite shower and WC
- Bedroom 7 - Family room; Super-king double with additional 2 single beds, ensuite shower and WC
- Treatment room
- Mezzanine Snug area with sofas and board games.

Additional Notes:
Baby and Toddler Equipment: cot(s) and high chair(s).
Fully Catered.
Chef/cook included.
Maid service included.
Babysitting available.
Arrival time: 4 p.m.
Heating costs included.
Linen and towels included.
End of stay cleaning included.

Local Area / Activities

If you weren't already aware, Chamonix is the ultimate destination for those with a penchant for winter sports! The backdrop to your ski or snowboarding holiday will be breathtaking and the possibilities for all levels and abilities is endless.

There are no less than five different skiing locations across the Chamonix valley. Each are different and so all ski and snowboard enthusiasts are more than catered for. If skiing is not for you and you'd rather sip delicious 'chocolat chaud' in an authentic café then fear not, Chamonix offers a wonderful holiday opportunity for skiers and non skiers alike!

The history of the resort is rich and there is much to be explored, not least of which is the plethora of restaurants, markets, bars, shops, exhibitions and festivals that are on offer throughout the year.

For the daredevil in you, there are heaps of different activities to try including husky sledding, rock and ice climbing and snow shoe walking to mention just a couple. Whatever sort of holiday you desire, Chamonix can cater for it!

Local Amenities:
Nearest Airport: Geneva (100 km)
Nearest Village: Les Houches (2 km)
Nearest Town/City: Chamonix (8 km)
Nearest Piste: 250m

Kids Activities Close-by:
Walk to Village
Walk to Restaurant
Skiing
Fishing
Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
Tourist Towns & Villages
Historical Sites

Chamonix is often preceded by its own reputation. As one of the most famous ski resorts in the world, it has visitors travelling from all corners of the world to experience the epic runs year after year. The Chamonix town centre, also known as Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, is an endlessly inviting little city with enough going on to entertain skiers and non-skiers alike for weeks on end. For those travelling from the UK, it is fabulously easy to reach. You can drive straight from Calais by motorway and be set up in a gorgeous chalet in less than half a day.

The Chamonix Valley encompasses five main ski areas on four different mountains (with easy transfers in between). You can get yourself a single-resort lift pass or one that encompasses the whole valley. If you go with the latter option you’ll even have access to the Italian side of the valley in Courmayeur. The wider area encompasses 106 pistes at up to 3842m altitude and unparalleled off-piste runs.

Most of Chamonix's ski areas are best suited to those who already feel at home on a pair of skis. Beginners definitely won't get as much out of this valley as those who are comfortable tackling a black run. But that’s not saying Chamonix is unromantic by any means. There is incredible scenery for everyone to enjoy, from non-skiers to experts, and nature lovers will fall in love with the Chamonix in summer too. Ski season, however, often lasts until mid-March.

Once the skiing is over at the end of the day you'll still find plenty to keep you occupied in town. There is an excellent selection of restaurants to choose from, ranging from Michelin starred fine dining to street food that will line your stomach for the après-ski (and rest assured there are dozens of great bars and clubs to choose from!)

Price Guide

These prices are a guideline only, please use the calendar at the top of the page to search availability and prices for specific weeks. Then you have the option to book the property online.

Low Season: £3168
High Season: £14653

Key Features

  • TV
  • English satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • Internet access
  • Fire / Stove
  • Cot available
  • Walk to village
  • Fishing nearby
  • Skiing nearby

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