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REF: #06154

Morzine 10-14 Bed Chalet. Excellent Location, Hot Tub and all Ensuite Rooms.

Large Savoyard chalet in a secluded Morzine location, close to lifts with speedy access to Avoriaz 1800. Prices from £429pp!

  • Chalet
  • Morzine / Portes Du Soleil —Prodains > Prodains
  • Groups up to 14 in 5 bedrooms
  • Features
    • Ski in/out
    • Hot tub
    • Lifts <5 min walk
    • Wifi
    • Fireplace
    • En-suite rooms
    • Town centre
    • Private transport to slopes
    • Private parking
    • Ski/boot room
    • Family rooms
    • Music system
    • TV/DVD
    • TV/Cinema room
    • Games room


This traditional Savoyard chalet is in a peaceful and convenient location in Morzine. With a large capacity and free morning & afternoon shuttle services, this chalet provides perfect accommodation for groups looking for privacy and intimacy.

This chalet even features an outdoor hot tub!!

What’s included?

With your hassle-free ski break you’ll get:

  • Chalet accommodation
  • Hot Tub
  • Daily breakfast, afternoon tea, and three-course dinner
  • Daily morning & afternoon shuttle services, 5 days a week
  • Bottomless organic wine during dinner
  • A menu designed by an ex-Fortnum and Mason development chef
  • Tea and coffee delivered to your bed (optional!)
  • Wi-fi
  • All your toiletries
  • Daily cleaning
  • Concierge service to help you arrange transfers, lift passes, childcare, restaurant and activity bookings
  • Welcome Champagne and Canapes on first night

The Food

Your hosts are passionate about good, sustainably sourced food. The menu is recreated annually and is designed to give you the right nutrition so that you can make the most out of your trip.

For breakfast, you can expect a large choice every morning, including porridge, boiled eggs, different daily hot option like sausages and bacon, fresh French bread, jams, Nutella, Marmite, cereals, yoghurts, fruit, nuts, seeds and dried fruit.

For afternoon tea, you can expect freshly baked Dorset apple cake, spiced carrot cake apricot flapjacks.

For dinner, here’s a sample menu so you know what to expect:

  • Twice baked goats chevre souffle for starter
  • Myrtleberry glazed salmon duo with a lemon and fennel risotto for your main
  • A mascarpone creme brulee cheesecake for dessert

Even the most impressive appetites are catered for!

The chalet day off is normally on Tuesday, so there’s an opportunity to sample some local restaurants.

The Hosts

Your hosts see their guests coming back to this alpine home year after year. The chalet company is run by a pair of brothers, Luke and Dom. Luke has trained as a development chef for Fortnum and Mason, so there’s a huge emphasis on great food at this chalet.

Other chefs who work for this company have trained at Bournemouth University, Tante Marie, Lausanne Hotel School and Orchards cookery school.

They are passionate about serving nothing but very, very good food. .


Chalet Layout

On the lower ground floor there is a large secure bootroom with seperate toilet.

On the 1st floor, there’s an open plan kitchen and a large lounge and dining area. Outside on the decking is a large hot tub!

On the 2nd floor, there’s three ensuite rooms - large enough to be triples! All bathrooms are recently updated.

On the 3rd floor there are the following 2 bedrooms which are large twin ensuites.

All the bedrooms are warmly-lit with wood panelled doors, ceilings, and floors.

Key facilities

  • Luxury crisp white linen
  • iPod docking stations
  • Large central log burner
  • Nintendo Wii
  • British TV
  • Board games
  • Tea and coffee brought to your door in the morning
  • Wi-fi
  • Large amount of garage storage space


This chalet is one lift away from Avoriaz 1800, with the possibility to ski back to within 200 metres of the chalet.

There is a free frequent public bus, the stop is 100 metres from the chalet. There’s also the cable car a short flat walk from the chalet, that will take you up to Avoriaz 1800 in less than five minutes.

Between Prodain and Avoriaz you’ll have everything you would need from swimming pools to cheese shops. Morzine can also be reached easily by bus, which stops at the foot of the cable car. The free frequent bus ride is about 8-10 minutes.

You can also ski to Morzine or a taxi is €16. On the team’s day off, they can chauffeur you back from Morzine to give you the opportunity to try out one of the restaurants there.


Can my dietary requirements be catered for?

If given notice they are happy within reason to adapt their menus to your specific tastes and dietary requests but please do bear in mind that chalets are mostly private houses and do not have vast kitchens or teams of chefs to cope with cooking separate meals for everyone. They can provide dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan meals if you ask in advance.

Do you do separate children’s meals?

Your hosts can provide a child-friendly supper with two courses of home cooked and nutritious food. Your hosts will have a chat with you about your children’s diet to find out what they like and what they don’t like. They will usually offer the same menu as the parents but simplified and with no strong flavours.

What happens on the chalet day off?

Chalet staff will have a well earned day off during your stay, usually Wednesday. On this day, breakfast and afternoon tea will be laid out for you to help yourself and you are free to sample one of the local restaurants in the evening. Staff will be pleased to help with recommendations and bookings.