Chalet Jasmine

Brilliantly located, on the edge of the old village, three minutes walk beyond the church, with the front door on the road and the other end of the building near the silent forest, skiable-back-to and just by bus stops for the free Train Rouge services to both Le Fornet and the nursery slopes. They are a couple of minutes from the Moris Pub.

The residences are well-built and well soundproofed. They offer superb food. And the atmosphere in Le Grizny, our own little three-star residence, is always the best in town. Juniper is on the top floor, Jasmine and Jacaranda are in the middle, and a regiment of our staff live in the dungeons.

Residence Jasmine is made up of two apartments, with three twin rooms, two bathrooms, two separate loos and a living room. It's a great place for six to stay, unless you are particularly attracted to tomato soup-coloured curtains.

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Bedroom 6 - Twin bedroom. Large room with private bathroom (not en-suite), separate wc and balcony.

Bedroom 5a - Twin bedroom. Large room with balcony, sharing a bathroom and separate wc with Bedroom 5b.

Bedroom 5b - Twin bedroom. Large room with balcony, sharing a bathroom and separate wc with Bedroom 5a.

Sitting/Dining - next to Bedroom 6. Bright, comfy room with french windows onto the balcony, pretty blue curtains and cushions and a separate kitchen.

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Val d'Isère

Val d'Isère has access to the best all-around 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 conditions are seldom disappointing).

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

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


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