Chalet Charline (Tignes)


Chalet Charline is great for groups and families holidaying together. The building is made of wood and stone and is split between Chalet Charline and Petite Charline.

The lovely living and dining area are located over split levels with the open-plan kitchen and dining area on the upper level. There is also a fabulous sun-terrace with spectacular views over the lake towards Val Claret and the Grande Motte peaks and couloirs.

The Chardonnet ski lift is located at under a two-minute walk from the chalet.

This chalet is fully catered five nights of the week.


  • WiFi
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes

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The bedrooms have been recently refurbished to create a stylish and modern chalet.

Suite 1 - sleeps 4, Entrance hallway with archway to twin room with bunk beds and balcony. Separate double bedroom, (shower room and WC)

Suite 3 - sleeps 4, Entrance hallway to double room, twin room and(bath/wc)

Suite 4 - sleeps 4-5, Double room and separate children’s twin/triple room (shower/wc). These rooms are under the eaves with floor to ceiling windows and fabulous views.

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Ski holidays in Tignes offer lively atmosphere with world class snow-sure skiing on the doorstep.

Tignes was created before the French discovered the benefits of making purpose-built resorts look attractive, although it has to be said that  some attractive new buildings are being added. The renovated old village at the lowest point of the slopes is a favourite lunch spot and a friendly and nice place to stay.

Tignes lies at an altitude of 2,100m and the main settlement is at Tignes Le Lac, which also has a satellite suburb called Le Lavachet, but there is another satellite development along the road at Val Claret, at the foot of the lifts up to the Grande Motte. Getting between the various parts of Tignes is easy enough on skis during the day and Le Lac and Le Lavachet are within reasonable walking distance of each other. A shuttle bus service links Val Claret with the rest of Tignes. It runs frequently during the day, half-hourly after 8.30pm and hourly after midnight throughout the night.


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