Cosy chalet in the alpine woodland of Courchevel, near the largest and diverse ski area

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Weekly price guide: £4195-£5244
Pool: No
Type: Chalet
Property Ref: DEL2965

General Description

Tucked away in the alpine woodland of Courchevel, this chalet is a romantic escape for two that is unlike anything else you'll find in the region. Gloriously cosy, the thick wood beams and open fire are the perfect antidote to a day out on the snowy mountainside.

A beautifully restored hay store the rustic charm feels every bit authentic, yet there is no compromise on comfort. To find such intimate yet luxurious accommodation on Courchevel is a real rarity, making this cute Alpine hideaway an unforgettable ski in ski out destination.

Accommodation Facilities

- Outdoor Jacuzzi with breath-taking views
- Bio-ethanol chimney
- Wi-Fi
- Plasma screen with Sky, SAB, TNT and Canal + satellites
- DVD player , Ipod docking station
- Safe deposit box in the bedroom
- Outdoor ski rack
- 1 car parking

Ground Floor:
- Equipped kitchenette
- Open living space with a dining-room corner and TV
- Bathroom with shower and WC

Level 1:
- Bedroom with super king size bed

Additional Notes:
Maid service included.
Breakfast included.

Local Area / Activities

This lodge occupies a prime location in Courchevel Moriond, providing its guests with the ability to ski right from the front door! Here, at the altitude of 1650m, you will have access to the largest and most diverse ski area in the world. If skiing isn't your thing Courchevel is also particularly famous for its beautiful snowshoe walks.

Nearest Piste: Under 1 km

Kids Activities Close-by:
Ski-In Ski-Out
Walk to Village
Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
Tourist Towns & Villages

Courchevel is made up of six satellite villages, each with their own distinct style and atmosphere, and picturesque forest roads to lead you in-between. Most well known is the illustrious Courchevel 1850 with its reputation for exclusivity and an A-List clientele. 1850 is certainly the place to go for five-star hotels, swanky bars and extravagant nightlife. The other Courchevel villages (such as Courchevel Moriond) have a much more laid back vibe and are certainly the more affordable choice.

The skiing in Courchevel is split into four levels and you can take an excellent free ski bus in between. At the resort itself you have 150 kilometres of pistes at your feet and while you can get a Courchevel lift-pass you can also ski the whole of the Three Valleys with an area-pass. Since the slopes here face north, the snow at Courchevel is more reliable than elsewhere in the Three Valleys. Courchevel pistes are absolutely unrivaled, meticulously maintained and perfectly positioned to align with the landscape.

With its highest lift at 2740m altitude, Courchevel is exceptionally good for high altitude skiing with incredible alpine views, and the most impressive runs are best suited for intermediate and advanced skiers. But for the little ones just finding their snow legs, the resort has a fantastic children’s village where they can learn in a stress-free environment. Ski season here lasts until late April and even if you prefer not to ski at all, you’ll be well entertained with everything from scenic walks to classical music concerts.

In the evenings, the Courchevel night skies are lit up by spectacular firework displays that could get anyone in the mood for a night on the town. The bars here are a good mix of casual and upmarket, so there’s plenty for all tastes to enjoy when it comes to après-ski. Courchevel also has a well-earned reputation for being the best ski resort when it comes to gastronomy.

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: £4195
High Season: £5244

Key Features

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


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