Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Ski
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Fairways is a light and spacious two bedroom apartment located very close to the Les Esserts nursery slopes – ideal for a family or small group. This apartment has a large master bedroom and a good sized second bedroom with bunk beds. There is a family bathroom & WC (with a bath and overhead shower); the apartment has an additional guest WC.

The rest of the apartment is open plan with a fitted kitchen, dining for four and comfortable lounge seating for up to 6. Guests have access to cable TV, a CD/DVD player and free Wi-Fi internet access. The lounge leads on to a south west facing balcony.

Guests have use of a secure ski locker, laundry facilities (tokens available on request) and garage parking for 1 car.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4
Other High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Secure parking, Lift access, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Refurbished in 2011, this apartment has luxury furniture which includes:-

Oak Dining Table and leather dining chairs for 6

Italian designer corner sofa with integrated double bed.

Oak Coffee table

Luxury feel rugs throughout

Large wood burning fireplace.

The property includes a large flat screen TV, with DVD (CD) and large selection of DVDs

There is also a ipod docking station.

Further details outdoors

Large Balcony with outdoor furniture including a dining table and seating for 6.

Large extending sun-shade

Stunning southerly views of Petit Combin and surrounding mountains

Parking is located securely indoors.Garage doors are all powered electrically for easy access using key-fobs.

There is indoor access to the garage using the lift which takes you directly to the door of the apartment.

Further details

Brochure and website prices are quoted in Swiss Francs.

A reservation is made once a deposit payment is paid by the client/customer and this is received in the bank account of activeFUSION Group SARL, furthermore the booking is confirmed in writing by activeFusion Group SARL.

Deposits paid are not refundable unless the event is cancelled by activeFUSION Group SARL. The date the balance is payable will be advised by us when activeFUSION Group SARL confirm your booking. Unless notice of cancellation is received prior to the balance payment date, balance monies will remain due and payable.

activeFusion Group SARL reserves the right to change the programme due to circumstances beyond its control. Any significant alterations will be advised to you and any alterations so made will be of a similar quality to those described in the brochure, information pack and website.

If activeFusion Group SARL needs to cancel an event or activity for any reason, a full refund of the amount paid by the client / customer to activeFusion Group SARL for that specific event or activity, will be made. No further liability can be accepted by activeFusion Group SARL beyond the afore mentioned full refund value.

Inclusive airport/hotel transfers specified in the holiday cost are only included when guests travel on the flight specified by activeFusion Group SARL. Guests arriving or departing on different flights will be responsible for their own transfer costs.

All names and address held on the ActiveFusion Group SARL mailing list are held on computer. No information so stored will ever be passed to a third party without the customer / client consent. If however, you object to your details being stored, please inform us and we shall remove them.

In the event of significant currency fluctuations and/or abnormal supply price increases between an event or activity being advertised and it taking place, ActiveFusion Group SARL reserves the right to alter the overall charge for the activity or event.

It is a fundamental booking condition that you accept the hazards involved in visiting remote areas and engaging in potentially dangerous activities. To take part in one of our activities, events or courses, you must be covered by adequate insurance for the duration of the course and for the specific activities undertaken. The insurance must cover for cancellation and curtailment, medical and emergency expenses (including repatriation), personal accident, injury and death. In addition you should be insured against loss of/damage to baggage, personal possessions and flight cancellations/delays.

ActiveFusion Group SARL does not accept liability for death, bodily injury or illness unless this arises from the negligent act and/or omission of ActiveFusion Group SARL employees during the course of their employment. ActiveFusion Group SARL and its employees are covered by public liability insurance up to a maximum of 5,000,000 (CHF).

The Valais region

The Valais is one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland in the southwestern part of the country, around the valley of the Rhône from its headwaters to Lake Geneva, separating the Pennine Alps from the Bernese Alps. The canton is one of the drier parts of Switzerland in its central Rhône valley.

Paradoxically it is also one of most well-watered parts, having large amounts of snow and rain up on the highest peaks found in Switzerland. The canton of Valais is probably best known for the Matterhorn and ski resorts such as Zermatt or Verbier.


Sitting in a sun-drenched south-western facing bowl, perched high up on a mountainside at an altitude of 1500m, Verbier has it all. Boasting a wide array of sporting and leisure activities during both the summer and winter months, the resort also has a great nightlife, and stunning scenery which can be enjoyed at whichever pace suits you. And if peace and quiet is what you’re after…you never have to venture too far to get it!

Situated in the south-western part of Switzerland in the canton of the Valais, Verbier is bordered by France to the west and Italy to the south. During the summer months the resort is home to the Verbier Festival, a classical music festival of international acclaim, the Grand Raid Cristalp mountain biking competition and the Grand Concours Hippique horse show; and in the winter, the resort plays host to the world famous Nissan O'Neill Xtreme freeride contest, which takes place on the Bec des Rosses, and the renowned Verbier Ride freeskiing competition.

Verbier draws its alpine charm from it's traditional chalet-style buildings harmoniously nestling in the hillside and it's natural setting. It's south-westerly orientation means that it maximises sun exposure so there are many sun terraces for you to kick back and relax on. The resort is best known for its chalet style accommodation, with dozens of tour operators and select Chalet companies offering all-inclusive holidays to self-cating apartments. There are also many hotels that will suit all budgets. If you fancy something a little more 'quirky' and are on a tight budget, there's always The Budget hostel. It used to be an underground atomic shelter it opened it's doors in 1999 and has been welcoming the general public ever since. There's no windows so it probably not advisable if you suffer from claustraphobia!

We believe you can't get much better than Verbier in the summer with it's stunning 'picture postcard' views (we're biased of course!). There's so much to do, check out our summer activities pages to see what Verbier has to offer. Whether you're taking a stroll through the alpine pastures, hiking around the 400kms of walking trails or riding the 200kms of mountain biking trails you'll undoubtedly discover the mountain flora and fauna and experience Verbier's natural beauty at its best. It's not all sporting and extreme activity in Verbier though; there are concerts, recitals and street performances for you to enjoy too. Our Resort Events guide and what's on calendar will keep you up to date with resort life.

During the winter, Verbier becomes a skiers paradise. Verbier forms part of the 'Four Valleys' ski area, the four valleys being Thyon, Veysonnaz and Nendaz which together offer over 410 kilomtres of ski runs and 93 state of the art lifts, all covered in one (hands-free) lift pass. (Apparently if you want to show a love of all things Swiss, you can buy a Swatch Snowpass watch and load up your personal details!) The season normally runs from the second week in December until the end of April, with New Year and February/March being the busiest times. The valley is located at 1500m, and right up to the summit of the Mont-Fort glacier (3300m) the views extending across the breathtaking Swiss valleys are fantastic.

Snow is guaranteed in Verbier due to it's high altitude and glacier skiing, and this 'mountain playground' means that there is guaranteed to be something to suit skiers and boarders of all levels. If the off-piste is more your thing, then Verbier is also recognised as one of the premiere "off-piste" resorts in the Alps and in the world, with great Heli-skiing opportunities too.

The area around Mont Gélé is popular with many beginners and intermediates alike however it can be busy. If you are a little more experienced and want to try something with a slightly steeper gradient, take the cable car down to Tortin (2050m) where it is quieter, and there are a number of red intermediate runs for you to enjoy. On the opposite side of the valley, Bruson (1080m) is an excellent area for intermediate skiers. There's fewer crowds here and the North East facing orientation means that the snow (and powder!) stay good for longer.

If you are an expert or advanced level skier then the world of Val de Bagnes is your oyster! You have to try out the classic black runs in areas such as Mont Fort and Combatzeline. The weather can usually be a major stumbling factor here and if visibility is good, expect the lift queues to replicate that. If you're a confident off-piste skier then take a mountain guide, and explore some of the off-piste potential in the Tortin, Mont-Gélé and Chassoure areas. There are many ungroomed, former black runs in the valley which offer some good off-pisting. They're usually quite busy, but you should still use the services of a mountain guide and ensure you carry (and know how to use) suitable off-piste equipment when skiing these areas.

Verbier has an excellent snowpark. The 1936 Neipark is located at La Chaux (2260m), with all the rails, jumps and corners you need to get off. It's the steep freestyle skiing opportunities that make this valley a favourite with many professional skiers. Many top skiers have settled down there in order to profit from these steep slopes and freestyle skiing which Verbier offers in abundance.

However, if there's a white-out that keeps you off the slopes then there's always the Alpine Museum, art galleries, indoor swimming pool, saunas and plenty of shopping to keep you busy and Verbier's nightlife is almost as famous as its skiing! With 12 bars and discotheques, Verbier boasts some of the best après-ski and nightlife in the Swiss Alps. For bars and nightclubs in Verbier see here. The Pub Mont-Fort is a favorite with the British crowd visiting Verbier.

The Casbah Club plays techno-music, largely for a younger crowd of 20- something and has a great party atmosphere. There's regular party nights which themes such as Playboy and James Bond to name but a few! The Farm Club in the Hotel Rhodania caters to an older, 'riche' and sophisticated crowd with many Swiss regulars who come back to Verbier at the weekends.