Originally built by Countess Kinsky as a family home, this unique and luxury Verbier chalet is a rare find - elegant and traditional, full of character set in its own private grounds. Subsequent generations of the family have thoughtfully combined its antique charm and cosiness with all the modern comforts you would expect from a luxury chalet in Verbier. Distributed over 3 floors and with a total area of 350 sqm, this ski holiday Verbier chalet offers spacious living areas and great additional facilities.
This chalet rental in Verbier sleeps up to 14 guests, is staffed by a professional chef plus two chalet hosts and is available to rent throughout the winter ski season as well as in the summer.
With a full day of skiing ahead of you breakfast is very important and with our large selection of both 'Continental' and 'English' style offerings you'll be set for the day. Come back from a hard day on the slopes to afternoon tea with one of our chef's freshly baked cakes or patisseries.
Our dinner menus are designed to be satisfying without being excessively rich. We are happy to tailor our menu to suit the tastes of your party and can cater for vegetarians and those with special dietary requirements. Before dinner, we serve drinks and canapes by the fire followed by a three course dinner with unlimited complementary house wine, fresh coffee and chocolates. We also have a list of vintage wines, champagne and port which can be purchased from our cellar.
Wednesday is the staff day off. Continental breakfast and afternoon tea will be laid out and we are happy to make a booking for you at one of the many restaurants in town.
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The Chalet is in the Patier area of Verbier, near to the sports centre and right beside the shuttle bus stop from where a free service goes straight to the lifts at Medran then on to Savolyeres . The drive takes 4/5 minutes.
By car from Geneva
The drive from Geneva normally takes around 90 minutes, although this can be longer at peak times during the season or when there is heavy snow. Take the N1 heading towards Lausanne, then the N9 sign posted Grand St Bernard and then Martigny. From Martigny, follow signs for the Italy, Grand St. Bernard and finally Le Chable/Verbier. From the village of Le Chable, Verbier is clearly sign posted.The car hire desks are to your left as you leave customs and the car pick up is right under the terminal. Book and pay in advance for the best deals. The chalet has parking space for up to 3 cars.
Taxi transfers from Geneva
Early booking is essential.From Geneva airport a shared ‘shuttle’ service runs approx every 3 hours on Saturday. Price per person is around 75ChF one way and 140ChF return. For groups between 5 and 10 the return price is about 120ChF. A private transfer can be arranged from about 940ChF return (1-4 people, additional people 85ChF each). A standard return journey for 12 people is 1600ChF.
Helicopter transfer from Geneva
Weather permitting, Air Glaciers will get you to Verbier in just 35 minutes for 2,950ChF. Maximum of 5 people. Please ask us for details.
Train from Geneva airport.
The station at Geneva airport is conveniently located underneath the terminal itself, about 100m from the arrivals / baggage claim. Turn left once you go through customs and walk straight to the end of the terminal. Trains depart for Brig/Simplon every 45-60 minutes via Lausanne (some trains require a change here) to Martigny. At Martigny, use the underpass to reach the dedicated platform for the Grand St Bernard Express up to Le Châble. From right outside Le Châble train station, you can catch the Post Bus or take a taxi up to Verbier itself. We can book one for you. If you are not carrying skis or snowboards, you can get the cable car up into the resort (8.30am til 6.30pm) If you arrive on a late flight you may have to take a taxi from Martigny to Verbier at 120ChF for up to four people.