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7 Bedroom Chalet in Morzine

Nestled at the heart of the beautiful Alpine village of Montriond, on the outskirts of Morzine, this luxurious Morzine ski chalet includes 7 double or twin bedrooms.

  • Chalet
  • Morzine / Portes Du Soleil —Montriond
  • Groups up to 14 in 7 bedrooms
  • Features
    • Table Tennis table
    • Hot tub
    • Sauna/Steam
    • Wifi
    • Fireplace
    • En-suite rooms
    • Private transport to slopes
    • Private parking
    • Ski/boot room
    • Family rooms
    • Music system
    • Terrace
    • TV/DVD
    • Games room
    • Onsite Bar


This is an owner run chalet where standards of service are at the very heart of all elements of your holiday. There’s a hot tub and a sauna for you to enjoy after a hard day on the slopes, in addition to 7 double or twin en-suite bedrooms.

What’s Included?

  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Continental breakfast each morning
  • Afternoon tea each day
  • 4 course evening meal on 6 days with accompany wines
  • Hot tub and sauna
  • Prosecco reception on arrival
  • Private shuttles to and from the slopes
  • Ceiling-hung fire place
  • 3 separate balcony areas
  • Games room
  • Free WiFi
  • iPod docking station
  • Nintendo Wii and Playstation
  • Well-stocked honesty bar
  • Ski and boot room

The Food

Your hosts pride themselves in the quality of their meals and after years of feeding hungry skiers, they know what makes a good meal. At the heart of their menu you’ll find fresh, wholesome meals created using local, seasonal produce.

Breakfast is served each morning between 8am and 9am and includes continental items such, cereals, a selection of croissant, pain au chocolate and breads, fresh fruit and juices, yoghurts, sliced meats and cheeses, teas and coffee

Afternoon tea will be awaiting your arrival back from the slopes each day. Expect favourites such as lemon drizzle cake or a Victoria sponge, served with tea, coffee.

Dinner each evening includes 4 carefully prepared courses.

Sample Menu

  • Tuna mousse
  • Beef Bourguignon, parsnip mash, glazed carrots
  • Tarte tatin

Your Hosts

Lindsay and her team of hard working hosts run this chalet to perfection. You can rely on Lindsay to offer tried and tested tips for skiing, lunch and apres.


Chalet Layout

The 7 beautiful bedrooms in this chalet can be used as either doubles or twins, while the 2 bedrooms on the ground floor of the chalet share a large bathroom and are accessed from a private corridor.

All bedrooms open onto private balconies or garden terraces, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

The communal space has been carefully designed to suit both large groups of skiers and independent travellers. Situated on the top floor of the chalet and giving access to three separate balcony areas, the lounge and dining room are centred around a rotating hanging fire place.

Split over 2 mezzanine areas, the lower deck is dedicated to dining and you’ll find a large sofa and 2 armchairs in front of the fire with seating for 6, from which you can admire the views. On the upper deck there’s another sofa, beanbags and board games. There’s more than enough space for everyone.

Children (and adults) always enjoy the selection of games on the upper deck of the communal space. These include a Nintendo Wii and a PlayStation, complete with 2 controllers, a steering wheel and a Wii balance board.

A selection of board games and a chess set are also available, and there’s even a ping pong table in the garage to help you work up a sweat before dinner.

Musicians will find a guitar, a tambourine, an electric keyboard, a recorder and a penny whistle. Many a fun night has ended with a sing-song!

Just half a level down from the communal area is the well-stocked chalet bar – it’s perfect for those of you who like to play barman. There’s a large selection of wines, beers, spirits and mixers for you to help yourself to, and you settle up at the end of your stay.

Every ski chalet needs space to dry off your ski kit and the boot room is the unsung hero of the chalet. You’ll find 2 large boot dryers and plenty of hanging space for gloves, helmets and clothing. There’s also large ski racks and even a sofa for you to sit on whilst wiggling in and out of your boots.

In our opinion a ski chalet isn’t a ski chalet without its own outdoor hot tub for you to relax in after a long day on the slopes. At this chalet it is positioned on a large balcony just off the communal areas, with incredible views towards Mont Chery and the Roc d’Enfer. Even in the coldest temperatures, the chalet hot tub will soothe those aches and pains.

On the ground floor of Chalet Beatrice you’ll find the wet sauna, which comfortably seats 6 people.

Key Features

  • Sauna and hot tub
  • Owner run
  • Slope shuttles each day
  • Stunning communal areas


This chalet is tucked away just a few hundred metres from the village centre in Montriond. Just 2 minutes on foot will bring you to the village centre, with it’s huge ancient church, ski hire shop, restaurants and friendly local bar. The free ski bus stop is also located in the centre of the village, giving you easy access to the centre of Morzine in one direction (5 minutes) and the speedy ski lifts of Ardent and Avoriaz in the other (6 minutes). Although the ski bus is free and very regular, your hosts offer guests private shuttle services to and from the local ski lifts each day.


How do the slope transfers work?

Between 8am and 10am each morning and after 4pm each afternoon, your hosts are available to drive you to the nearest ski lifts. This is a great service, especially if you have children in your group! The local free ski bus service also passes near to the chalet every 10 - 15 minutes.

Is Morzine a good resort for beginners?

Morzine is a great resort for beginners. There are several English speaking ski schools at which experienced instructors will help you prepare for your first tentative moments on the snow. Children are also well catered for with a beginners slope at both the top and bottom of the Pleney slopes.