This Chalet is a former brewery built in the 1880’s in the typical Savoyard style. Beer was brewed to be exported across the border to Italy and carried by mules who used sleds during the winter snows. It has been operated as a chalet since 1999 when it was converted by the former owner into luxury ski accommodation.
Despite its proximity to these internationally renowned ski resorts this is ‘real France’ with a rural atmosphere not a factory style re-incarnation of what mountain life should be. There are quaint alpine villages with Baroque churches dating back hundreds of years, farmers’ barns filled with hay and cattle, and locally run bars and restaurants filled with local people.
From the chalet there are stunning views of the mountains and ski areas we ski. The chalet is set in ten acres of land on a quiet road just a few hundred metres from the main road. The setting makes for a very relaxing break.
There are ten comfortable double/twin rooms each with an en-suite bathroom, a sauna and massage area and a spacious living and dining area with an open log fire,heated ski and boot room, and ample parking.