This Chamonix Chalet is a wonderful self-catered chalet in a class of its own. Built originally in 1924 the chalet is brilliantly located, just a 5 - 10 minute stroll to the centre of Chamonix and near fabulous restaurants.
A modern design within a traditional setting, the chalet rental in Chamonix is a delicious mixture of old and new. The interior is impressive, with the hand-made Ben Whistler furniture complementing the innovative design and open-plan layout - Contemporary Chamonix Chic.
On the ground floor there is an open-plan kitchen and living room, plus a cloakroom and a boot room with boot warmers. On the lower ground floor there is a cosy snug with sofas, beanbags and a 130cm screen, there you can chill out with some DVDs.
- Situated in a quiet road there are wonderful views up to Mont Blanc, the Glacier des Bossons and across to Brévent on the other side of the valley.
- The Chamonix chalet is offered on a self-catered basis.
- You also have the option to choose from a variety of restaurants serving French cuisine, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, and Indian fare. Another option is to order from an outside catering service with an extensive menu and meals will be delivered and enjoyed in the comfort of the chalet.
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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, or Chamonix as it is more widely known, is a town and commune at the foot of Mont Blanc. It is France's oldest ski resort and really came to prominence when the first Winter Olympics were held there in 1924. Chamonix is well placed for visiting other places of interest and not only in France - it is on the borders of Switzerland and Italy.
Chamonix is a mountaineering mecca and world class ski resort. It sits with Switzerland on one side and, through the Mont Blanc tunnel, Italy on the other. Justly famous for some incredible off-piste, the valley also offers wonderfully inspiring slopes for beginners and intermediates.
Activities / What to do there?
- Biking, Hiking
- Local Culture
- Horse Riding
- Ice Skating
- Relaxing & Wellness