Chalet | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
The owners of the Chalet have lovingly rebuilt their former home, combining a traditional alpine chalet with a contemporary feel. The interiors have been superbly designed and finished with a mix of traditional wood, white walls and other locally sourced materials.
You enter the chalet at ground level and are immediately struck by the l ight and airy feel this chalet has. On this floor you will find a superb kitchen / dining room with sliding doors leading out to a south-facing wood terrace and wonderful sunken hot tub to cure those aching limbs. There are also two bedrooms.
On the top floor of the chalet is a private suite and on the lower ground floor is the boot room fully equipped with a boot drier and ski racks. There is also a very cosy sitting room with a beautiful wood burning stove, perfect for those wintery evenings and a large flat screen television. Next to this is another suite consisting of a bedroom with an amazing wet room and double vanity unit.
This chalet is perfect for a large family or two families wishing to enjoy a weeks skiing together in a chalet with the very best facilities.
1 double with ensuite shower 1 bunk room with ensuite shower 1 large twin/double bedroom with ensuite wet room 1 large twin/double room with ensuite bath
We recognise the unique challenge of taking young children skiing. The Meribel créche & private nannies make family skiing hassle free. We offers chalets with nannies for those families skiing with children and use of a crèche for younger children.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms|
The Rhone/French Alps region
Méribel sits in the Les Allues Valley at the heart of the world??Â?Â?s largest skiing area, Les Trois Vallees. Méribel and Mottaret are the two main resorts in this valley and both are extremely popular with British Skiers, possibly because the resort was founded by a British man called Peter Lindsay in 1938. However the vast skiing area and the unspoilt alpine charm of Méribel are the most likely reasons for its popularity and why it continues to draw experienced skiers from all over the world. Méribel is a very pretty resort unlike some of its purpose built rivals, Méribel has retained a traditional feel with nearly all of the buildings being quaint, timber-framed chalets in a Savoyard wood.
Méribel has an abundance of boutique shops and a good selection of après ski bars and restaurants. The bi weekly street market is worth a visit for local produce and souvenirs. Méribel spreads from the Mussillon area at 1450m to Le Rond point at 1700m this means the village is quite spread out but there is also a regular bus service if you need to get about when not on skis.
Biking, Hiking Bobsledding Climbing Local Culture Family Fishing Golf Heli-Skiing Horse Riding Ice Skating Nightlife Romance Shopping Sightseeing Ski Sledging Relaxing & Wellness Walking