For a family of 4 to 5 people, on the ground floor of a chalet - completely independent apartment with private garden not overlooked, private entrance, private parking & large wooden terrace of 25m2.
It feels even better than at home!
In the center of the village: once parked, you do not touch the car anymore.
All the shops are at your doorstep.
In winter, shuttle A runs every 20 minutes - and in the summer your children are in the heart of the village - 100m from the entertainment and the pedestrian square, and from the recreation area:
* Aquacime (sauna steam room pisicne fitness center with heated outdoor pool in winter)
* Track of pump track, skate park, tree climbing (summer)
* Mont Favy room for the choirs of France
In the center but really quiet (50m from the ski bus and 5 minutes from the slopes), luxury apartment renovated with quality equipment, the apartment is equipped as if you were at home, for skiers and non-skiers ...
65 m2 with private garden, and huge wooden terrace (South and West expo).
Possibility to rent a heated locker from the cable car and ski lessons (meeting point ski lessons of the ESI).
* Salon with flat screen and open kitchen to make pancakes and cakes - Oven - Dish washer - Washing machine - Espresso machine (dolce gusto) - Plates vitro
* 1 bedroom with 1 double bed 160
* 1 children's room with bunk beds + 1 double bed 140
* Wooden bathroom with shower 120 * 80 and double washbasin
* Separate WC
* Outdoor parking
* Wood terrace
No animals. No smoking.
Possibility to rent the floor (whole chalet = 12/14 people including children)
4th ski area connected skis at the foot of France, the Grand Massif (265 km of psites) is surrounded by grandiose landscapes. Culminating at 2500 m above sea level, is located at the foot of Mont Blanc. Skiers of all levels will find optimal conditions for a successful ski vacation in. The huge Grand Massif, located in a large natural amphitheater, comes from the meeting of five ski areas in the resorts of Flaine, Les Carroz d'Araches, Samoëns, Morillon and Sixt Fer-à-Cheval. The slopes of the Grand Massif network thus spans the entire mountain region North of the Mont Blanc.