Early booking discount 10% on catered chalets week commencing 7th January, 2018 Brunswick, Ontario, Nunavut, Columbia & Yukon. Book by 31/08/17
The chalet has five floors, the main entrance being from a low walled terrace, adjacent to the road, to level three, the three levels below cascading down the mountain. The level above, the "Summit suite", contains three triple en-suite bedrooms, which can booked by groups of six to nine to benefit from the private use of the upper sitting area with its spectator gallery looking down over the main sitting room below, and access to a private balcony.
Every room in the chalet benefits from the extensive use of timber beams and wood panelling in natural, unstained timber. All the heating is underfloor with individual controls in every bedroom.
The larger than average bedrooms, with beautifully tiled floors, have handmade wooden furniture, uniquely designed, for each bedroom. Bathrooms and toilets are fully tiled, with much use of marble, slate and granite, and are fitted out to a very high standard. Many have walk-in showers as well as baths. All bathrooms are fitted with heated towel rails.
All the bedrooms are within range of free Wi-Fi network for those who bring their own laptops or handheld. They all have a hair-dryer. Unlike many chalets, all bedrooms are lockable. All beds have individual reading lights and there are spare mains sockets in each bedroom for charging mobiles, computers and toothbrushes etc. Towels are changed midweek if required. All bathrooms benefit from a plentiful supply of hot water. However, as energy costs in France are high, they do ask that people use hot water with care.
In the third floor is a spacious living room there are breath-taking views of the piste, lifts and lake from large French windows which open onto the balcony. There is a log burning fire at one end and the room can comfortably seat around thirty guests.
On the first floor there is a superb dining room. The chefs can be seen preparing dinner, through a large, arched, serving hatch. The dining room seas all guests comfortably, around large tables. A traditional Alpine dresser at one end of the dining room and sideboard at the other end, along with the sunken lights in the timbered ceiling, help to create a wonderful atmosphere in the evening.
Guests can also relax and unwind after an active day on the mountain in the sauna suite which is available free of charge to guests from 16:00 until 19:15.
For further information or to book the chalet, please enquire directly or visit their website using the links on this page.