Charming chalet in a charming village with the vast Three Valleys on the doorstep!
- Catered Chalet
- Sleeps 8 - 9
- Charming chalet in a central location
- All en-suite/private facilities
- Three Valleys on your doorstep
Overview Chalet Louis is a hidden gem, nestled on a cobbled street in the heart of Le Praz, Courchevels most charming village. Converted from its original form as "La Ferme de Louis" which was a traditional farmhouse to a charming chalet set over three floors. The open plan lounge has plenty of comfortable seating around the original stone fireplace leading into the dining area with large farmhouse table. The 5 bedroom chalet sleeps 8 people retaining its true character.This chalet can accommadate an extra bed which we will be happy to organise on an individual basis.
- Centrally positioned in the middle of the village
Only 5 minutes from the main lift station
Two en-suite twin bedrooms and one twin bedroom with private facilities on the second floor
One suite consisting of a twin bedroom and a single bedroom(no window) fully en-suite on the ground floor
Comfortable lounge with open fireplace
Large dining table seating up to 10 people
Selection of board games
Free local parking Free
WIFI & UK Satellite TV and DVD
Heated Boot warmers
Stair gates can fitted to the stairs if required by families
A safe is installed in each bedroom
About Courchevel 1300
Courchevel Le Praz, the original village from which one of the Alps' powerhouse ski resorts originated, has retained a lot of its character over the years and remains a charming place to spend a week in the Three Valleys. Le Praz even hosted the Olympic Ski Jumping in 1992 and the stadium is still functional to this day, with both Summer and Winter jumping events taking place regularly.
Strolling through the narrow streets lined by traditional farmers' cottages, as well as some luxuriously finished chalets, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that the biggest fully linked ski area in the world is right on your doorstep. Indeed, it can be argued that Le Praz is better appointed than most of Courchevel as you have a choice each morning to go west towards Meribel, Val Thorens etc, directly up to Courchevel 1850 or even jump on the bus to 1650 and take in the uncluttered slopes there.
You can even have a good night out here, with a couple of lively venues in the village itself, or jump on a bus to La Tania or one of Courchevel's bigger villages.