Catered Chalet Availability

or full season 2017-18

Chalet Chardon is a Chalet-style Apartment, all on 1 level.  It is on the second floor of the building so has elevated views across the pistes and the Tarantaise Valley opposite.  In a building on the edge of the village, overlooking  pistes on 2 sides and woodland on the other, it is in a very quiet location, yet only 250m from the village centre and all it's facilities.

Normal occupation 14 guests in 7 twin bedrooms with en-suite jacuzzi baths and showers over. With additional mattresses, the maximum number of guests is 16 persons. Infants in cots can be added to this maximum (some cots available, confirm with us).  Annexes sleeping 4 or 6 guests can be booked for even larger groups (up to 22 guests).

                                                   Chalet Chardon Lounge

Chalet Chardon Bedroom

Chalet Chardon Bathroom

Swimming Pool

Hot Tub

The layout of Chalet Chardon is described in the plan below:

Entrance Hallway
Bedroom 7

Twin. Access to balcony. En-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and shower over.

Open Plan Lounge/ Dining / Kitchen area
4 Large Sofas. Log Fire. Cable TV / Video / DVD / Hi-Fi / Boardgames/ Wi-Fi. Access to Balcony with excellent views over the piste, and the sunset over the Tarentaise valley in the evenings. Dining area. Kitchen.

Heated Boot Room
Warm boot room to ensure boots are toasty warm and dry at the start of the day.

Bedrooms 1-6
All bedrooms off the lounge area.
All Twins. All En-suite bathrooms with Jacuzzi baths and showers over. All have access to the balcony (except Bedroom 3, which has access just adjacent, off the lounge).

Additional mattresses can be added to 2 of the bedrooms.

                  Chalet Chardon Plan

Quote: The bedrooms were very comfortable

Non-Smoking Policy

For the comfort and safety of all of our guests we operate a no-smoking policy in all of the rooms in the Chalets. Smoking is, however, permitted on the Balconies.

Typical open views from Chardon - down the piste and across the Tarentaise valley,

photograph:John Craske

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