Chalets de la Mouria M8/10
About the home
Courchevel"s reputation as a world class ski area is richly deserved. Set in the vast, Three Valleys, the biggest ski area in the entire world, it offers unrivalled opportunities to skiers of all abilities and contrasting experiences, depending on where you stay. It is divided into 4 main resorts, with 1850 higher up the mountain (very pricey !) and the charming 1300 "Le Praz" which has retained much of its traditional charm but is not always blessed with such good snow as higher up the valley.
Courchevel 1650 is, without question, a great place to go "en famille" with an abundance of green and blue runs as well as some reds to challenge the more experienced. With most of the slopes over 1800m, the north facing aspect and the fantastic work that goes into grooming the pistes, not to mention artificial snow cannons, conditions are maintained to a very high standard throughout the season.To situate the residence in the ski-resort, click here
A network of swift, efficient lifts provide easy access to all the Three Valleys and mean you spend minimum time queuing and maximum time doing what you are there for.
Meribel and Val Thorens are easily accessible and provide a fantastic variety of skiing.
Courchevel 1850 is just a quick slide over the hill and the place to go if you are into celebrity spotting or want to practice your Russian skills…
Whilst it is fun to visit, returning to Courchevel 1650 is a bit like going home " altogether more manageable in scale, comfortable, friendly and welcoming. You won"t get lost here. There is one main street with a good range of ski shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as a wonderful charcuterie and wickedly tempting patisserie that add a whole new meaning to self catering. Apres ski is friendly with locals and visitors rubbing along nicely together. Its lively but not overwhelming. When you"ve been there once, prepare to be smitten.
The residence is made out of 6 chalets, each with 4 to 6 apartments. All the apartments from 6 to 12 people have a fire place.
You access the apartments via outside wooden pathways and stairs.
You will have a nice clear view on the mountains and the Vallee de la Bozel.
There is a spa, sauna and steam room at the residence for you to relax and forget about everything (payable).
There is also a shared laundry.
There are many shops nearby (5 minutes walk), such as a bakery, a dairy, a cinema and reataurants
The start of the slopes is 250 m away. A 5 minutes walk. There is a free public bus that can drop you off just above the residence (timetable at the bus stop).
There is an escalator at approx. 150m from the residence that will take you to the centre and from there, a further escalator situated approx. 100 m, will take you to the ski lifts. Alternatively, there is a bus that will take you to Courchevel 1850 in 10 minutes, you just have to walk up the stairs that are above the residence (approx. 50 steps).
There is a possibility of hiring a ski locker with shoe drier, directly at the start of the slopes.
Apartment for 8 to 10 people on 3 levels (95m²)
The kitchen is equipped with a fridge/freezer, an oven a micro wave, 4 ceramic cooking hobs, a dish washer, a kettle, a toaster and a coffee maker.
The living area has a dinning table and chairs, a fire place as well as a convertible sofa, a TV, a phone line and a safe.
Bedroom one has a double bed.
Bedroom two, three and four have 2 single beds each.
There is one bathroom and three shower rooms and 3 toilets, one of which is separate.
Each apartment has a balcony.
You may be able to have an apartment with a private sauna. Please ask us for a price and note that we will need to request one from reception.
For further information about, Three Valleys Ski lift prices, ski hire, map, click here.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Access:||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
|Utilities:||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||4 Bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 3 shower rooms|
|Other:||Please check with the advertiser regarding linen and towels|
|Outdoors:||Balcony / Terrace, Shared garden|
The Rhone / French Alps / Savoie region
We have selected a range of 3 and 4 star self-catering ski apartments throughout the SAVOIE-MONT BLANC tourist area of Rhône-Alpes, which, we believe, are best placed to offer you a truly memorable winter sports holiday. We provide accommodation, eurotunnel crossings, ski lift passes, ski or snowboard equipment hire, ski schools, ski insurance... with best prices guaranteed, thanks to our special relationship with our local connections.
LA PLAGNE-PARADISKI: La Plagne Soleil,Belle Plagne, Plagne Village, Plagne 1800, Montchavin Les Coches, Champagny en Vanoise.PRALOGNAN la VANOISE : Pralognan La VanoiseLE GRAND MASSIF: Samoens, Les Carroz d'ArrachesVALLEE de CHAMONIX: Argentière, Vallorcine, Chamonix, Les Houches.EVASION MONT- BLANC: Combloux, Saint Gervais.ESPACE DIAMANT: Les Saisies.LES ARAVIS: Le Grand BornandLES ARCS-PARADISKI: Les Arcs 1950, Peisey-Vallandry, Bourg Saint MauriceLES 3 VALLEES: Courchevel, La Tania, Meribel-Mottaret, Saint Martin de Belleville, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Brides les BainsESPACE KILLY: TignesSAINTE FOY TARENTAISE: Sainte Foy La TarentaiseSAN BERNARDO: La RosièreLE GRAND DOMAINE-VALMOREL: Saint François LongchampLES SYBELLES: La Toussuire, Saint Sorlin d’Arves, Saint Jean d’ArvesVALLOIRE-GALIBIER: ValloireAUSSOIS : AussoisLA NORMA : La Norma
For all destinations, please also think about safety. FCO have even produced guidelines.
The Courchevel area
Located in Tarentaise valley, in Savoie, Courchevel benefits from good snow conditions and many different facets. There are so many different aspects to Courchevel, because, it is spread over 5 different altitudes, each with different characteristics, different outlooks, and ways of approaching the mountains.
As well as fantastic skiing, there is a wide choice of non-skiing activities and the resort makes constant efforts to ensure that all guests are surprised and delighted. Here the expression "service à la carte" takes on its full meaning, and the insistence on quality is common to all levels of the resort.
For further information about, Three Valleys Ski lift prices, ski hire, map, click here.
Les 3 vallées by air
Reportage Les 3 Vallees en helicoptere par meribelcourchevelTV
Taking Courchevel one level at a time you have:
Saint Bon , the birthplace of Courchevel, at an altitude of 1,100 metres. The history of Courchevel began in Saint Bon, the original village. Le Lac Bleu, the first hotel built in the resort, has been welcoming guests since 1925. While there are no ski lifts starting from the village, there is a free shuttle service running every 20 minutes to the heart of the ski area, and it is possible to return on skis via a red run.
Courchevel 1300 - Le Praz, discreet charm. A genuine traditional mountain village with its houses, chalets and narrow winding streets, Le Praz has retained the charm of true village life 365 days a year. It is the bastion of ski jumping, with the majestic Olympic ski jump dominating the village. As for alpine skiing, there is a direct link to Courchevel 1850.
Courchevel 1550, young at heart Excellent value for money at this truly family-oriented level, with fast direct access to Courchevel 1850 and the entire "Trois Vallées" ski area. The sledging run starting from 1850 and ending in 1550 is a pure joy to share with your kids!
Courchevel 1650 - Moriond, a party atmosphere The first ski-lift was installed in Moriond (the original name of this level of the resort), a very sunny sector located on a balcony set back from the relief. The Courchevel 1650 ski area has a majority of green and blue runs. The combination of these two criteria makes it an area that is particularly popular with families. Conviviality is the keyword and the après-ski scene is much appreciated by skiers young and old.
Courchevel 1850, a true jewel Courchevel 1850 can only be described in superlatives. Stars have been showered on the most select level, which lies at the heart of the resort"s international renown, with luxury establishments very much the haunt of the rich and famous. The links between the different resort levels are very fast: 4 minutes by road between 1650 and 1850 (2.5 km) 5 minutes by gondola lift or chair lift to get to 1850 from 1550, 8 minutes by gondola lift to get to 1850 from Le Praz.
How to get there
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Since we launched our ski product, we've noticed that many customers like to load up the car and drive to the Alps. So, new for this winter season, we are offering Eurotunnel inclusive packages, with the FlexiPlus option thrown in. This gives you so much more flexibility in terms of when you travel and of course there are no supplements for taking your own skis. Just click them on the roof and away you go!
If you prefer to fly, the region is well served with regular flights into Geneva, Chambery and Lyon (Meribel and La Plagne) and also Grenoble (Alpe d'Huez) from a variety of airports in the UK. Please see our map page and the airport icons for details of which companies fly to which airports.
Hire cars can be booked and picked up from all these airports.
Another popular choice is MotorRail .
All the Channel ferry ports are possible with an overnight stop perhaps en route.
There are various itinery web sites giving directions for travelling around France. Clients have recommended the following : the AA, Michelin (distances and times on property pages are from Michelin) and Mappy. You will be given the actual road name of your accommodation in each town.
For all destinations, please also think about safety. FCO have even produced guidelines
Activities near Courchevel
|Rental prices originally quoted in: Euros €||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 10|
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|7 Jul 12||14 Jul 12||€ 620||-||-||1 Week|
|14 Jul 12||21 Jul 12||€ 650||-||-||1 Week|
|21 Jul 12||28 Jul 12||€ 730||-||-||1 Week|
|28 Jul 12||4 Aug 12||€ 730||-||-||1 Week|
|4 Aug 12||11 Aug 12||€ 730||-||-||1 Week|
|11 Aug 12||18 Aug 12||€ 730||-||-||1 Week|
|18 Aug 12||25 Aug 12||€ 650||-||-||1 Week|
|25 Aug 12||1 Sep 12||€ 620||-||-||1 Week|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
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