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Chalet Arnaud

One of the last remaining authentic mountain huts in the valley, Chalet Arnaud occupies a secluded spot on a picturesque hillside, the location as charming as the chalet itself. Skiing can be accessed via a short walk, with the piste 520 metres (approx.) along the road and the Dahu Télécabine 450 metres (approx.) away, which accesses the Carreley chair and the heart of the Plan Vert area which is great for skiers of all abilities. With the town centre and ski hire shop 1200 metres (approx.) away, accessible by 5-minute bus or by the télécabine, this really will feel like your own private mountain getaway, whilst being within easy reach of one of France’s most popular resorts.

As is the custom with alpine mazots of this kind the main entrance leads directly into an open-plan cosy living/dining space which is perfect for 6 to get warm and relax after a day exploring the immense Paradiski area. Stairs lead up to the three bedrooms on the first floor, all of which enjoy en-suite facilities.

The hillside location of this chalet means access is via a slope which can be snowy, so suitable footwear and easy-to-carry bags are recommended.

This chalet is fully catered five nights of the week. 

  • WiFi
  • Log Fire
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes
From price
£698pp
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
All-In Price
£986pp was £1,061 save £75
  • Lift Pass
  • Ski Hire
  • 4 January 2020
  • 7 Nights
  • Catered Chalet | Sleeps 6
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Bedrooms

Rooms 1 - 3: Twin rooms with en-suite shower/WC. 

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Resort details

Les Arcs

A fine resort in its own right and linked by the world's largest cable car to La Plagne to form Europe’s third largest ski area: Paradiski. Only the 3 Valleys and the Portes du Soleil are bigger.

Les Arcs has four main purpose-built centres named according to their height. Arc 1600, (linked to Bourg St Maurice by funicular) was the original resort, but nearby 1800 is the main hub. Both are typical purpose-built developments, but blend well into the tree-lined hillside and are relatively easy on the eye. Further round the mountain are Peisey- Vallandry , rapidly developing and now merged resort bases where the Vanoise Express cable car links Les Arcs with Montchavin- Les Coches, outposts of the huge La Plagne area. Despite being an integral part of the ski area, Peisey-Vallandry are not part of Les Arcs as such and market themselves separately. The remaining two resort centres, 1950 and 2000 are in a different valley. Arc 2000 could at best be described as functional though a number of British-run tour operator chalets have sprung up in recent years and few places are more convenient or snowsure. Just below 2000 is 1950 , the newest and most appealing development, consisting mostly of apartments.

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