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REF: #06876

5 Bedroom Chalet in Morzine

A family-sized, luxury chalet with fantastic alpine views from the hot tub.

  • Chalet
  • Morzine / Portes Du Soleil —Vallee de la Manche
  • Groups up to 10 in 5 bedrooms
  • Features
    • Ski in/out
    • Hot tub
    • Lifts <5 min walk
    • Wifi
    • Fireplace
    • En-suite rooms
    • Private transport to slopes
    • Private parking
    • Ski/boot room
    • Music system
    • Terrace
    • TV/DVD
    • TV/Cinema room


With charmingly discreet decor and understated Savoyard touches, this beautiful chalet offers dramatic views and exceptional food. Perfect for one or two families looking for a relaxed but unforgettable holiday at the heart of the Portes du Soleil.

What’s Included?

  • Luxury chalet accommodation
  • A dedicated resort chauffeur every day from 8am to 8pm (and later if requested)
  • Daily cooked and continental breakfasts, freshly baked afternoon teas, 2-course suppers for children and 4-course evening meals with paired wines
  • Over thirty wines on the inclusive list
  • A selection of house beers, spirits and soft drinks
  • Use of the hot-tub and its drinks elevator
  • Daily housekeeping and a mid-week towel change
  • In-chalet ski equipment fitting and lift pass pick up

The Food

Good food and wine is very important to your hosts. They blend tradition and creativity in their menus, always striving to create a memorable experience for their guests. As a result, you can expect all your favourite alpine meals, but not as you know them. They will pair complementary wines to your meals, ensuring a gastronomic trip.

Example evening menu:

Amuse Bouche - Cauliflower velouté Starter - Pan seared king scallops with boudin noir and pancetta crisps Main - 53-degree beef fillet with triple cooked chips, celeriac purée, chantenay carrots, romanesque and sauce Colbert Dessert - Coconut panna cotta with charred pineapple and basil Cheeseboard

The Hosts

Your hosts are a team run by Josh and Jess. They have been finalists for the World Snow Awards four years in a row, and it isn’t hard to see why. Their aim is to make sure your trip is flawless, so expect to be spoilt.


Chalet Layout

On the ground floor, there’s a single bedroom with a private shower and toilet across the hallway. There’s an additional pull out bed suitable for children.

There’s also an additional lounge equipped with a TV and a DVD selection, perfect for movie night.

On the first floor, there’s a double bedroom with views up the piste and a double bedroom with views across the valley. This floor has a shared shower room and toilet in between the bedrooms, away from the main living area.

On this floor you’ll also find the open plan dining area, kitchen and lounge with central fireplace. Out on the balcony is the luxurious hot tub with views up to the piste, which you can ski down to the chalet from at the end of the day.

On the top floor, there’s the master double ensuite bedroom and a double bedroom with a private shower room. Also on this floor is a single bed in an alcove on the landing, suitable for children. This floor makes a great family suite.

Key Facilities

  • Luxury toiletries and slippers
  • Beautiful white linen, fluffy towels, and bathrobes
  • DVD players, Wi-Fi internet, iPod docks and games consoles
  • Hot tub, log fire and boot heaters
  • A unique ski-on balcony (when the snow is right)
  • Private chauffeur on hand 12 hours a day


This chalet is properly secluded, and this is part of what makes the property so appealing. With your private chauffeur on hand, there’s no need for uncomfortable bus journeys and walks. The chalet is around 1 kilometre from the town centre, the the chauffeur ride into town is very short.

Morzine is central to the Portes du Soleil ski area, which boasts an incredible 650 km of pistes across twelve ski resorts in France and Switzerland.


Can my dietary requirements be catered for?

Yes, absolutely. Please let your hosts know of any dietary requirements within your group and they will plan the perfect menu for you.

Do you do separate children’s meals?

It’s entirely up to you! If you’d like the children to have an earlier supper then of course they can. The usual format is a two-course supper for children around 6pm and then dinner for the adults at 8pm.

What happens on the chalet day off?

On the chalet day off you’ll be able to help yourself to a continental breakfast; someone will come in to clear everything away and do the daily housekeeping. Afternoon tea will be waiting for you on your return back to the chalet as usual and the driving service is still in operation so you can head into town for some dinner in the evening.