Luxury self catering alpine chalets, with easy access to the ski slopes and the centre of the charming village of Les Gets.
Our chalets are in prime position in Les Gets - close to the pistes, the village and served by the free ski bus.
The Front de Neiges chalet apartments share an excellent, spa area with swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna - free for guests.
There is a very comfortable and attractive reception lounge for meeting friends.
They benefit from lovely views of the surrounding mountains and direct access to the bottom of the main Chavannes piste with lifts and childrens sleding area. They are in the centre and close to cafes and restaurants, shops etc.
We have photos and full information on the chalets on our website, along with online booking. www.alpinecharms.co.uk.
We also have other chalets and apartments available in Les Gets.
Our chalets are ideal for summer holidays - try the lake, mountain biking, golf and walking in the glorious sunshine.
Autumn is also fabulous.
The Location: Les Gets is a lovely village, with its friendly atmosphere, lack of mainstream tour operators, traditional alpine ambience, and best of all slopes that start and finish right in the centre of the village. A good selection of cafes and restaurants by the side of the slopes in the village and up the mountain make this an ideal resort for all.Skiing for all abilities. Prices are reasonable and broadly equivalent to home. It would be difficult to beat the location of our chalets for skiers and non skiers alike. Close to the main Chavannes pistes, the lifts into the whole Portes du Soleil and ski school meeting place. For non skiers it is an easy walk to the village centre, then take the telecabine up to the top of the Chavannes where skiers and non-skiers can meet up at the mountain restaurants.
Transfer time from Geneva airport is approx 1 hour.
Les Gets and Non Skiing Activities: Les Gets is a traditional, friendly village favoured by French families and those British and Dutch who are 'in the know'. There are about 100 shops, a fitness and beauty centre and a weekly traditional market. The ski slopes start and finish in the centre of the village, so that non skiers are not excluded from the fun as they are in many resorts. It's nice to see grandparents pulling toddlers around the bottom of the slopes on sledges or sipping coffee at the piste side cafes. Skiers and non skiers can meet up for lunch at the restaurants at the top of the Chavannes, where you can take advantage of the above average sun record. Cross-country ski along the prepared tracks or go on snowshoe walks. You can even try your hand at driving teams of huskies. The smallish outdoor skating rink is a particular favourite with children and the bowling alley is popular with all ages.
Travel: Fly to Geneva (1hr transfer), from Liverpool, Luton, East Midlands and Gatwick with Easyjet and from Southampton with Fly Be. Flights also now from Birmingham with BMI Baby, Cardiff and Southampton. Flights are operating this year from Teeside. Alternatively, if you are coming from Scotland consider changing at Amsterdam. Transfer time from Geneva is 1 hr,from Lyon is about 2 hours, and 2.5 hrs from St Etienne. (Ryanair) Buzz also has flights to Chambery. British Airways and Swiss fly to Geneva and Lyon, and there are charter flights in season from Exeter, Cardiff and Bristol. Transfers can be arranged. Motoring from the Channel ports, predominantly on the auto-route, takes about 8/10 hours. The drive from Caen takes about the same time. The TGV train and direct snow trains from UK stop at Cluses.