- Sleeps 8
- 2 Bathrooms
- Catered chalet
Bedroom 1: Twin (10'8" x 10'3") on the lower floor, with balcony and a high ceiling which makes room feel very spacious.
Bedroom 2: Twin (10'8" x 10'3") on the lower floor, the same view towards le Fornet as Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 3: Twin (10' x 9'3") on the upper floor, with a low, fitted cupboard under the eaves (the room is actually 12'9" wide at this point). It has a skylight and an internal window overlooking the sitting-dining room.
Bedroom 4: Double (9'6" x 7'6") on the upper floor, with windows like Bedroom 3.
One wc and a bathroom with bath, basin and separate shower on lower floor, shower-room with basin and wc on upper floor.
(19' x 12') plus open-plan kitchen. Wood panelling, high ceiling, balcony, underfloor heating, sofas around attractive stone fireplace.
THE FIRST AND LAST WEEKS OF THE SEASON
8-15 DECEMBER 2019
We provide a transfer from Geneva airport to Val d’Isère (leaving Geneva at 4pm) on 8 December.
Please only book flights with an arrival time that gives plenty of time to get through security and retrieve your luggage, because our coaches will leave on time.
On 15 December we will provide a transfer to Lyon and you will travel back to London Gatwick (South Terminal) on the charter flight (see timings above).
If you do not use the transfer on 8 December or the transfer and flight on 15 December we will give a discount of £50.
19-26 APRIL 2020
Holidays this week include all transport except the inbound (UK-bound) flight on 26 April. On 19 April you fly out on the flight from Gatwick to Lyon, and our transfer coaches take you to Val d’Isère.
On 26 April our transfer coaches will leave the chalets from 10am. Your flight back to the UK from Geneva must depart after 3pm.
Generally, the earlier you book, the cheaper these flights are.
Please do not book flights departing earlier than 3pm. We cannot expect other guests to leave Val d’Isère early just because you have chosen to book different flights.
If you do not use the YSE flight and transfer on 19 April or the transfer to Geneva on 26 April we will give a discount of £50.
Val d'Isère Resort Info
Val d'Isère skiing
Val d'Isère is justifiably ranked up there with the best resorts in the world. Lift linked with Tignes, the Val d'Isere & Tignes Ski Area (formerly l'Espace Killy) has 300km of varied pistes to please everyone from beginners to pros. A choice of two glaciers, extensive pisted runs for all abilities including tree lined pistes and one of the most modern, efficient lift systems in the world make Val d'Isere a top 5 choice for absolutely everyone! Experts will love the "Face de Bellevarde" piste that looms over the town beneath the Olympic gondola. A permanent fixture on the World Cup calendar, it never gets any easier but the feeling of conquering it is hard to beat!
Val d'Isère ski resort
Val d'Isère has not only world class skiing but also boasts some world class après ski, and charming village centre and fantastic facilities.
The original Folie Douce at the top of the Daille gondola is probably the most famous of Val d'Isère's après haunts but is far from the only one. Cocorico's raucous live music at the foot of the slopes takes things to another level entirely. For those after a more chilled vibe, Banana Bar offers this within easy reach too. For a late night there's extensive choice, the Petit Danois pub in the heart of the village spills out around 1am, with Dicks Tea Bar around the corner to keep you going almost until first lifts!
Val d'Isère' isn't just for party animals, the resort has plenty of high end choices for the more refined taste, plus families are very well catered for. Michelin starred dining can be found, plus extensive facilities. The huge leisure centre was completed in recent years and offers a fantastic off-slope experience!
In summary, Val d'Isère could top the charts - in our view it's the single best ski resort anywhere in the Alps, with something for absolutely everyone.
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