|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Semi-detached house in a very quiet mountains village.
With 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Fire place, large dinning room, cosy living room, well equiped kitchen and with 2 long balconies and terrasse facing south.
Street level: 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 separate toilet.
Bedroom 1 and 2: with balcony, scenic view at the mountains, 2x2 separate beds, closet in each.
Bedroom 3 : two single beds, crib bed, desk.
Bedroom 4: authentic wooden flooring (no carpet), 2 single beds.
Downstairs: bathroom, kitchen (15 m2), dining room (45 m2), living room (10 m2).
Kitchen: fridge, micro-wave, dish-washer, large round table. Door to step outside onto the balcony, with a table seating for outside dining.
Dining room: French style ceiling, French doors to step outside on the balcony, large window on the south side.
Living room: TV (French channels), two sofas, wood stove for a cosy evening.
Downstairs bathroom: shower, toilet, washing machine.
Setting: The house is in a small quiet mountain village, 5 km from the valley and 20 km from the top. There are two restaurants, a baker visits the village several times per week, there is a farm where they sell goat cheese.
Nearest supermarket is down in the valley (5km). Here are several other restaurants, bars.
Cycling: The village is on the road to the Col de la Croix de Fer and Col du Glandon. On the backside of the Croix de Fer there is the Col de Mollard.
Average: 4.7 %
Length: 27.53 km
Height start: 772 m
Height top: 2064 m
Gradient: 1292 m
The col de la Croix de Fer links the Maurienne valley (Savoie) to that of the Romanche (Isère). It's a very long and irregular col. It has been climbed in many editions of the Tour de France (Hors catégorie).
Starting from Barrage du Verney, the Col de la Croix de Fer ascent is 27.53 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1292 height meters. The average percentage is 4.7 %. When almost at the top, you can opt for the Col du Glandon.
The accommodation was perfect for our road cycling weekend of hill climbing. The accommodation was about 7 miles up the Croix De Fer, so it was a good climb back to the accommodation but perfect if you want to improve your hill climbing.
The accommodation was clean and functional and had two good showers with plenty of hot water. It was cheap, so don't expect the Ritz. Chrystelle the owner was very helpful. It was fully equipped and had everything we needed.
It could do with some curtains that fit the windows to cut the light out in the morning if you want to lie in.
Definitely like to go back again as the price was very reasonable hence the rating.
The house is located in a rural mountain village halfway the climb to the Col de la Croix de Fer, close to Alpe d'Huez and Bourg d'Oisans.
The village is very charming, with just 50 regular inhabitants, typical French Alpes style houses, surrounded by mountains, forests and rock formations making for the most spectacular views.
Despite the altitude of 1,270m, with the village facing south, the climate makes for very hot summers.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£339|