- Cosy chalet in tranquil location
- Private sauna
- Open log fireplace
- Escalator to village centre
- Boot warmer
- Free WiFi
- Short walk to new `Aquamotion`
Chalet Le Mazot is just how a child would draw an Alpine ski property. Beautiful wood throughout, pitched slate roof, sunny (or snowy) balconies, wooden floors in the bedrooms and a roaring log fireplace.
The whole building oozes with charm, much like the gregarious owner who lives in the South of France. He sometimes moans that he can never go skiing because our guests always fill his chalet - but never complains about the rent he gets! Ah well.
The warm and cosy top floor lounge area has a double height wooden celing with French windows opening onto the South-West facing balcony. From here you can admire the wonderful views down the valley – perfect for watching the sunset with a glass of pre-dinner Le Ski Champagne and canapes!
The classy sauna really adds to the appeal of the chalet and you can warm up and relax those muscles after a hard day on the mountain.
Located in a peaceful spot six minutes’ walk below the village, Le Mazot is also close to the escalator which arrives straight into the village centre. The lifts and shops can also be accessed by bus. The amazing Aquamotion is just a short walk down the hill.
Courchevel is the largest of "Les 3 Vallees", which itself is the largest ski area in the world.
Beginners can find their feet on the free nursery slopes, graduating to the various bubble lifts to get a bit higher once they progress to the wide blues.
Intermediates of all levels will enjoy the flattering skiing on cruisy blues and reds, getting over to Meribel in no time.
Experts will be delighted with some of the steepest slopes in the world. The incredible lift system in "Les 3 Vallees" means you can ski from Courchevel via Meribel to Les Menuires and Val Thorens in no time - and be back in plenty of time for afternoon tea.
Once you've skied in Courchevel you'll not want to go anywhere else.
A hearty, substantial breakfast is vital before a day on the slopes so that's what we serve. Our morning feasts have really evolved over the last few years and we get lots of very positive feedback about them.
There's a tempting range of continental options, fresh crusty baguette and porridge as well as a cooked breakfast. There's a different hot option each of the 5 mornings when breakfast is served to you by your host (please note this will be different on our short breaks in January).
No compromise is made on quality - we serve Heinz baked beans and ketchup, HP sauce and real teabags from the UK! Breakfast is served from 08.00 to 09.00.
Tuck into tempting treats after your day in the mountains. Help yourself to a freshly baked cake or biscuits which will have been made by your host. There will also be fresh baguette, jams, tea and coffee to enjoy.
Dinner service is informal as we want you to feel at home in your chalet. Your chalet host will prepare and serve all your meals.
We work with local producers and suppliers to create an interesting and varied range of high quality home-made dishes.
Whilst you will never go hungry in a Le Ski chalet our staff have been trained in sustainability in the kitchen and we endeavour to keep food waste to a minimum.
After your three course dinner simply leave the table and relax with coffee and chocolates...if you have any room left (5 nights).
1 Twin, shower, WC, balcony
2 Twin, shower, WC
3 Twin, shower, WC
4 Twin, private shower, WC
Quality chalet with sauna and superb views.
All prices are based on London Gatwick/Chambery flights and transfers. Manchester flights available with a supplement
All prices are per person and are based on two people sharing a twin/double room
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