Chalet Petite Bergerie

After a long day on the mountain it’s the little comforts that really warm the cockles. Like relaxing in the cosy lounge on a comfy sofa with your family and friends, smelling the foodie delights waft through from the traditional farmhouse kitchen next door as you watch snowflakes fall outside the window.

Situated in a classic Val d’Isere style dry-stone and cedar clad building you’ll feel every part a local while staying at Chalet Petite Bergerie. Bedrooms are furnished in a rustic style and are generously sized with good storage.

To top it off, enjoy revelling in a little piece of Val d’Isere history as this chalet was once owned by the family of famous skier Jean-Claude Killy. With a bit of luck, maybe a bit of his ski expertise will rub off!

The Petite Bergerie is one of our most conveniently located chalet apartments in Val d’Isere. It sits just moments from the Bellevarde lift, with the village lifts just 250m (approx.) away. For après ski entertainment, the famous Dick’s Tea Bar is just 100m down the road and the town centre another 150m (approx.).

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Room 1 = double with en suite bath/WC
Room 2 = twin with private bath
Room 3 = double with private shower
Room 4 – single (shares shower with room 3). Can only be used if whole chalet booked

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Val d'Isère

Val d'Isère is probably the resort that has access to the best all-round ski area in the world, the Espace Killy With just over 100 lifts compared to the 300 to be found in the Trois Vallées, the Espace Killy is obviously not the largest ski area in the world, but size isn’t everything and this region has as much skiing as one could ever need, not to mention the longest winter in the Alps. (The winter ski season here begins in late November and continues until early May and the early- and late-season conditions are seldom disappointing.

The main centre of Val d'Isere has been virtually rebuilt over the past 25 years and many of the buildings are imaginative contemporary interpretations of the traditional stone and wood Savoyard style.

Val d'Isere ski holidays were revolutionised with the introduction of apres-ski in the 80s when Dick Yates-Smith set up the seminal bar-nightclub, known as Dicks Tea-Bar.


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