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What Oliver loves…
- Chalet Chouettes boasts a picturesque position in an exclusive area of Val d’Isere, close to the resort amenities, the slopes and a wonderful nightlife
- Guests can enjoy a fabulous catering and drinks package so that the effort to prepare breakfasts, afternoon snacks and evening meals is minimal
- On request, guests staying at the chalet can be picked up by a private shuttle service in the mornings and taken to the slopes and returned at the end of the day. Pre-booking for this service is required
- The ground floor wellness suite is a wonderful addition. It is perfect for relaxation
- The decor and furnishings are beautiful with a welcome, contemporary edge
Nestled in a gorgeous, exclusive street in Val d’Isere, with easy access to the resort’s ski playground, Chalet Chouettes offers luxurious ski accommodation for up to twelve guests. The chalet boasts five beautiful bedrooms plus there are two sofa beds in the television room. Chalet Chouettes is stylish, beautifully furnished and offers a contemporary feel within its wooden clad spaces. Its traditional Savoyard architecture blends beautifully with its sleek, modern kitchen and bathrooms. The chalet boasts underfloor heating throughout with individual thermostats in each room so you will always be warm and toasty. Chalet Chouettes also enjoys a stunning stone fireplace in the living area which offers a wonderfully warm ambience. There are some extra treats in store including a jacuzzi, a sauna, a daily shuttle service to and from the slopes and a fantastic contactless catered chalet experience with options for an a la carte catering service.
Chalet Chouettes is located in the exclusive Petit Alaska area of Val d’Isere within easy walking distance of the resort’s beautiful historic centre, its exclusive boutiques, its ski hire shops, its fabulous nightlife and the Solaise and Bellevarde lifts. This picturesque Savoyard town boasts a reputation as one of Europe’s most prestigious ski resorts. Together with the neighbouring ski area of Tignes, the Espace Killy area offers a seriously impressive number of pistes and lifts, together with breathtaking scenery. The resort is excellent for all ski competency levels with nursery pistes, magic carpets, excellent ski instructors and even a few free lifts and slopes for beginners. The resort enjoys gondolas with heated seats, Wi-Fi, a number of luxury spas and a wonderful leisure centre.
Chalet Chouette’s rooms are spread over four floors. The ground floor is home to your luxury wellness space, including the hot tub, sauna, shower and toilet and the ski and boot room with its heated boot driers. There is also a garage for one car and another space outside on the driveway for a second car.
On the first floor, you will find the cosy television room with its large Smart television where you can connect to your Netflix account. It is a very useful space if some of your group want to snuggle down after a hard day’s skiing. It can be used as an additional bedroom space if required as it enjoys two sofa beds. There also two bedroom suites on this level with beautifully dressed beds and smart ensuite bathrooms, one with a bath and the other with a shower.
The second floor, open plan living space is stunning with a gorgeous contemporary feel blending beautifully with the wood and stone. The living area enjoys sumptuous sofas, a lovely relaxing leather chair, a feature fireplace and beautiful views. It boasts huge picture windows and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that frame the snowy vistas and open to a delightful terrace. The contemporary kitchen is brilliantly well equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine and a coffee percolator among its excellent appliances. Just the other side of the open kitchen is a gorgeous dining area with a giant table and lavish leather dining chairs.
Three luxurious bedrooms sit on the top floor with stunning views. Guests sleep like kings in crisp cottons and lovely accessories. One of the bedrooms boasts a balcony and access to a family bathroom. The other two bedrooms offer ensuite bathrooms, one with a bath and the other with a shower. In total, there are three bedrooms with kingsize beds and two bedrooms with twin beds.
What you should know…
- If you want to use the private shuttle service, please make sure you book this in advance of your trip
- If you would like to discuss the catering options in full, please feel free to speak to our Concierge Team. Please decide on your options in good time so that your chalet can be pre-stocked with lots of delicious goodies
- You are welcome to use the sofabeds in the television room for extra guests
- Wellness space, with indoor hot tub
- Spacious garage
- Sitting room
- Double bedroom and en-suite bathroom
- Double bedroom and en-suite bathroom
- Two sofa beds in the television lounge
- Open-plan living and dining room with a fireplace
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Three bedrooms with twin beds with en-suite bathroom
-Ski and boot store with heated boot driers
- Smart TV
- Four-ring hob
- Nespresso machine
- Coffee percolator
The gorgeous Savoyard ski resort of Val d’Isere sits on the border of the stunning Vanoise National Park. Val d’Isere enjoys a fantastic location in a valley within the Alps mountain tops. The resort boasts a charming, authentic ambience, an attractive historic centre, endless chocolate-box chalets, a wonderful array of unique boutiques and fantastic bars and eateries. Val d’Isere is linked with Tignes, offering a massive ski playground. Val d’Isere’s snowfall record is brilliant with the lifts and skiing usually staying open until the end of the season at the beginning of May. The centre of Val d’Isere is a bustling high street which is surrounded by a number of small hamlets including Le Cret, Le Joseray, Le Chatelard, La Legettaz and Le Laisinant.
The Espace Killy area including Tignes is the birthplace of the Olympic skier Jean-Claude Killy. Its connections and advanced ski infrastructure is excellent with more than 3400 km of pistes and 99 lifts. As well as the Grande Motte glacier which offers 20 km of summer ski runs, it also boasts the challenging black-rated piste, Face de Bellevarde with its 915 m drop. Its height altitude from 1850 m to 3400 m guarantees some of the best snow in Europe. The ski area is perfect for all levels of skiers with its mythical slopes, almighty challenges and its quiet ski areas for beginners and children. The Valkids area and Valpark, a brilliant snow park are welcome additions for families. Passes can be bought for any number of days as well as for those that do not want to ski. Family passes are also available.
Pedestrians do not have to miss out on the stunning views and family lunches on the slopes as they can access many lifts including the Solaise gondola, the Pim Pam carpet, the Poum carpet, the Vallon gondola, the Funival, the Daille gondola, the Olympique cable car, the Fornet cable car and the Bellevarde chairlift. The resort operates some brilliant ski schools.
When the ski runs are closed, Val d’Isere is a fabulous place for a wander, for evening entertainment and for shopping. It is extremely picturesque with a 17th century church in the historic centre and delightful, characterful shops, restaurants and bars. It is a known party destination with La Folie Douce being one of it main evening attractions. For those that don’t ski or want a day off, there are some excellent spas and a brilliant leisure centre. There is a lot of entertainment for children which is very helpful. During the summer, Val d’Isere enjoys fabulous biking and hiking trails and the wonderful Vanoise National Park.
Restaurant La Baraque
Le B'Bar Val d'Isère
|Nearest Train Station||
|Nearest Ski Lift||
Olympique / Solaise
|Nearest Ski Hire||
Val d’Isere is the oldest of the French ski resorts and a gleaming icon at the end of the valley where the residential town lies. Surrounded by what is arguably some of the most beautiful mountain landscape in the world, the chalet village is centred around a charming baroque church. It’s a lovely place for wandering, taking in the cosy atmosphere and spending quality time with your favourite people.
Val d’Isere is composed of three skiing sections. These are La Daille, Val d’Isere centre and Le Fornet, all of which are linked by a free shuttle service. Alongside Tignes, the resort is part of a wider ski area known as Espace Killy, and a lift pass will get you access to its entirety. Ski season in both resorts stretches as long as May.
Thanks to its high altitude, Val d’Isere is probably your most snow sure option for skiing in the French Alps. The village rests at 1850 metres and its peak on top of the La Grande Motte glacier is 3456 metres high. Sixty per cent of the resort’s pistes are set above 2200 metres, meaning that the skiing is consistently good but on rare occasions, bad weather can cause the slopes to close. It’s also important to keep in mind that Val d’Isere isn’t the best choice if you’re just finding your feet on the snow, and beginners may well find themselves challenged. On the flipside, Val d’Isere is one of the top choices for experienced skiers and snowboarders, with plenty of challenging black runs (such as the iconic Face the Bellevarde, where the 1992 Olympic men’s downhill was run).
And to go with some of the most exciting and picturesque skiing in France, down in the village you’ll find some amazing bars and restaurants. What better way to celebrate conquering that tricky black run than by indulging in some equally entertaining après-ski? On the mountain itself, you can start your evening with DJ’s and live music at La Folie Douce until the lifts close and then work your way into town.
Chalet Chouettes is brilliant for a family ski trip. It boasts five bedrooms and an additional television room that can be used as a guest bedroom. At the end of a tiring ski day, children can tune into Netflix and watch a movie without disturbing the adults.
Val d’Isere is a fabulous ski resort for families. The resort boasts three main beginners areas and a brilliant selection of ski schools and private ski instructors who make the experience fun and exciting. For very young ones, there are a few slopes and lifts at the bottom of the resort that are free and you do not need to buy a ski pass. This includes the ‘Le Village’ chairlift and the ‘La Savonette’ button lift which are in the heart of the resort. At the top of the Solaise, there is another excellent beginner area with two magic carpets, a great way to learn with confidence. There are some good value family passes available. The ski schools have mastered the art of combining skiing with fun activities so that children enjoy the experience. Val Kids is an exciting adventure programme for little ones. They learn about the mountain, the skiing and the people who work there. Val Kids is divided into four zones, one a playground to understand about the different jobs in the resort, another a fun piste with games, another an thrilling toboggan run and lastly a mini ski-cross course for learning new ski techniques. Val Kids is located on Solaise and Bellevarde.
Aside from skiing or snowboarding, children enjoy many other snow-based and non-snow-based activities in Val d’Isere. Sledging is such good fun and the good old-fashioned snow ball fights remain so popular. There are husky sleigh rides and tobogganing to enjoy too. Snake gliss is a fun ride with sledges slotted together for children aged four and over. Yooner is a sledge on one ski for six year olds and Airboard is a bodyboard on snow for those aged nine and over.
For part of the ski season, Val d’Isere hosts a traditional pedestrian evening with illuminations, percussion music, giant snow sculptures and light shows. There is lots of hot chocolate and mulled wine on offer. The resort also hosts giant slalom races on the Savonette slopes.
Val d’Isere’s sports centre is excellent with an ice rink, swimming pools, tennis, a climbing wall, electric snowmobiles with a track designed for children aged five to twelve and much more.
Kids Activities Close-by
- Walk to Village
- Walk to Restaurant
- Tennis Nearby
- Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
- Tourist Towns & Villages
- Indoor Games
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.
|Security deposit||€2000 paid via bank transfer to the owner before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.|
|Arrival time||Check-in 4.00 PM.|
|Departure time||Check-out 10.00 AM.|
|Linen & towels included?||Yes, included in the rental price.|
|Heating costs included?||Yes, included in the rental price.|
|End of stay cleaning included?||Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.|
|Smoking Allowed?||Smoking & vaping are not permitted.|
|Minimum stay||7 nights|
|Pets welcome?||Not permitted.|
|Tax||French Visitors Tax (approx 2.53€ per person per day) payable with balance payment.|
|Insurance||Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.|
|Internet access?||Wi-Fi internet access included.|
Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:
|Nov 29th 2023 - Dec 17th 2023||£11,374|
|Dec 17th 2023 - Dec 24th 2023||£6,893|
|Dec 24th 2023 - Dec 31st 2023||£12,360|
|Dec 31st 2023 - Jan 7th 2024||£17,658|
|Jan 7th 2024 - Jan 14th 2024||£13,324|
|Jan 14th 2024 - Jan 21st 2024||£8,379|
|Jan 21st 2024 - Jan 28th 2024||£14,083|
|Jan 28th 2024 - Feb 4th 2024||£10,394|
|Feb 4th 2024 - Feb 11th 2024||£14,733|
|Feb 11th 2024 - Feb 18th 2024||£21,124|
|Feb 18th 2024 - Feb 25th 2024||£15,599|
|Feb 25th 2024 - Mar 3rd 2024||£10,139|
|Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 10th 2024||£9,847|
|Mar 10th 2024 - Mar 17th 2024||£9,164|
|Mar 17th 2024 - Mar 24th 2024||£12,133|
|Mar 24th 2024 - Mar 31st 2024||£10,497|
|Mar 31st 2024 - Apr 7th 2024||£11,238|
|Apr 7th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024||£10,529|
|Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 22nd 2024||£16,033|
|Dec 22nd 2024 - Dec 29th 2024||£21,395|
|Dec 29th 2024 - Jan 5th 2025||£16,068|
|Jan 5th 2025 - Jun 1st 2025||£13,324|
Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:
|Nov 29th 2023 - Dec 17th 2023||€12,340|
|Dec 17th 2023 - Dec 24th 2023||€7,478|
|Dec 24th 2023 - Dec 31st 2023||€13,410|
|Dec 31st 2023 - Jan 7th 2024||€19,157|
|Jan 7th 2024 - Jan 14th 2024||€14,456|
|Jan 14th 2024 - Jan 21st 2024||€9,090|
|Jan 21st 2024 - Jan 28th 2024||€15,279|
|Jan 28th 2024 - Feb 4th 2024||€11,277|
|Feb 4th 2024 - Feb 11th 2024||€15,984|
|Feb 11th 2024 - Feb 18th 2024||€22,918|
|Feb 18th 2024 - Feb 25th 2024||€16,924|
|Feb 25th 2024 - Mar 3rd 2024||€11,000|
|Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 10th 2024||€10,683|
|Mar 10th 2024 - Mar 17th 2024||€9,943|
|Mar 17th 2024 - Mar 24th 2024||€13,163|
|Mar 24th 2024 - Mar 31st 2024||€11,388|
|Mar 31st 2024 - Apr 7th 2024||€12,192|
|Apr 7th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024||€11,423|
|Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 22nd 2024||€17,394|
|Dec 22nd 2024 - Dec 29th 2024||€23,212|
|Dec 29th 2024 - Jan 5th 2025||€17,433|
|Jan 5th 2025 - Jun 1st 2025||€14,456|
Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:
|Nov 29th 2023 - Dec 17th 2023||$13,582|
|Dec 17th 2023 - Dec 24th 2023||$8,230|
|Dec 24th 2023 - Dec 31st 2023||$14,759|
|Dec 31st 2023 - Jan 7th 2024||$21,084|
|Jan 7th 2024 - Jan 14th 2024||$15,910|
|Jan 14th 2024 - Jan 21st 2024||$10,005|
|Jan 21st 2024 - Jan 28th 2024||$16,816|
|Jan 28th 2024 - Feb 4th 2024||$12,411|
|Feb 4th 2024 - Feb 11th 2024||$17,592|
|Feb 11th 2024 - Feb 18th 2024||$25,224|
|Feb 18th 2024 - Feb 25th 2024||$18,627|
|Feb 25th 2024 - Mar 3rd 2024||$12,107|
|Mar 3rd 2024 - Mar 10th 2024||$11,758|
|Mar 10th 2024 - Mar 17th 2024||$10,943|
|Mar 17th 2024 - Mar 24th 2024||$14,487|
|Mar 24th 2024 - Mar 31st 2024||$12,534|
|Mar 31st 2024 - Apr 7th 2024||$13,419|
|Apr 7th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024||$12,573|
|Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 22nd 2024||$19,144|
|Dec 22nd 2024 - Dec 29th 2024||$25,547|
|Dec 29th 2024 - Jan 5th 2025||$19,187|
|Jan 5th 2025 - Jun 1st 2025||$15,910|
Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.
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