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REF: #06656

Chalet in Serre Chevalier

As well as Chalet Mattange 14, we also have room for 6 people in the same accommodation in the same style with the same service.

  • Chalet
  • Serre Chevalier —Saint-Chaffrey
  • Groups up to 6
  • Features
    • Wifi
    • Fireplace
    • En-suite rooms
    • Ski/boot room
    • Music system
    • TV/DVD


Champagne & canape reception the evening of your arrival

Comfortable chalet surroundings with dedicated & experienced chalet hosts

Shuttle to and from the slopes 6 days a week

An impressive menu from breakfast to dinner that will have your taste buds tingling. Whatever your dietery needs are - We cater for all

Quality unlimited bottled wine served with evening meal

Customised menu for kids dinner

Cots & high chairs plus a choice of childrens toys

Warm & cosy sleeping accomodation

Daily housekeeping

Quality bed linen to ensure a great nights sleep


IPod/MP3 music system in the main lounge including playlists that will get you revved up & ready to hit the slopes!

TV/DVD & various DVD’s from comedys to horrors - we’ll provide the popcorn!

Nintendo Wii - To keep all kids aged 3 to 98 happy! Feel free to bring more games with you!

A selection of board games

Ski & boot room

Equipment lockers at the base of the slopes*

All week private chauffeur*

Spa facilities*

*Only in selected chalets - noted in description


With views of the famous Luc Alphand run this intimate and unique townhouse is the perfect place for 3 couples looking to explore the Serre Chevalier mountain.

3 double bedrooms with 3 bathrooms and an intimate lounge and dining room.


Serre Chevalier is based in the French Southern Alps aka the ‘Hautes-Alpes’, bordering the peaks of the Écrins National Park. To describe it in three words…….. undiscovered. epic. unforgettable.

The area is located near the ancient walled city of Briançon, which since July 2008 has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.