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Chalet Four Twenty L'Élé

The Chalet Four Twenty L'Élé is a gorgeous example of an open plan ski chalet, perfect for groups who are looking to indulge in all the added extras. Located in a peaceful location, it is just a two minute drive from the centre of Morzine. Open the doors on a sunny day and you are greeted by a beautiful balcony equipped with a seating area or on a snowy evening, snuggle up in front of the log fire on the large comfortable sofas. Maybe you could even group yourselves around the piano for a tune or two?

This chalet is self-catered and the kitchen has everything you may need to cook a delicious locally influenced dinner for friends. A laundry room is also included just in case you need it and a boot room with heated glove and boot racks can be found on the lower floor.

The Chalet Four Twenty L'Élé sleeps up to ten guests and all bedrooms have slick ensuites with all the modern amenities. 

  • WiFi
  • Log Fire
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes
From price
£325pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 14 April 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Self-Catered | Sleeps 10
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Morzine

A long-established resort with easy access to Geneva and hundreds of miles of pistes through access to the enormous Portes du Soleil ski region

Located in the vast Portes du Soleil ski area, the traditional French farming town of Morzine oozes Savoyarde charm. The extent of the skiing, coupled with the town's proximity to Geneva, only an hour and a quarter from the airport, make Morzine ski holidays an ideal short break destination.

The skiing is easily accessed from the centre of town and offers a range of runs of all grades. The Portes du Soleil area, one of the largest in the world, also has an impressive amount of lift accessed off piste. The ski area covers everything from beginner to die hard powder hound, all on one lift pass.

The Le Pleney area has plenty of cruising for intermediates, with a good selection of blues and reds. Experts are best to head to Mont Chery where there is a decent selection of blacks and reds. Beginners are best served in the Nyon-Chamossiere area.

The town has plenty of distractions away from the skiing, with more than 40 restaurants and bars, as well as a couple of nightclubs. Also available is ice skating, ice diving, sledging, hot air ballloon rides on top of some fairly decent shopping.

 

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