Our two chalets are very similar in layout and style and are both located in the colourful Scandinavian-style development Les Chalets du Hameau. Close by, you’ll find a small shop, restaurant and bar, plus there’s free transport which runs to and from the main resort until midnight.
Each chalet has six bedrooms, with a large open-plan kitchen/lounge/diner complete with Scandinavian woodburner, flat screen TV and wi-fi. In true Scandinavian style, a sauna comes as a prerequisite in order to help you relax and refresh ready for another day’s skiing.
The chalet staff will be serving up hearty breakfasts, scrumptious afternoon teas and delicious three course evening meals with two days off. We will also provide a pre-prepared meal for one of the nights off. There is also a good selection of wine to accompany the food.
At the heart of the Grand Massif, Flaine has fantastic, vast and varied terrain for skiers of all levels. As a resort built because of its majestic mountains and generous dumps of snow, Flaine benefits from one of the best snowfalls across the Alps, with an average of almost six metres a year. With its runs being predominantly north-facing, the resort is renowned for maintaining fantastic snow throughout the season.
The resort itself is functional rather than attractive but offers decent shops and services and a couple of bars. The chalets are based up in the colourful Scandinavian-style development, Les Chalets du Hameau, a few minutes drive from the main resort. In the Hameau itself there is a bar/restaurant L'Ancolie which also has a small shop with some local products. There is a free transport to and from the main resort until midnight and in good conditions you can also ski down to the meeting point in the mornings.