Chalet La Couchire

La Couchire is just across the road from the Fornet cable car. Walking slowly, it takes precisely 75 seconds to go from the door of the chalet, down through its cavernous shared garage and across the road to the lift station.

La Couchire's best bedrooms are among the biggest in the resort, with amazing views from the Galise, on the Italian border, to the Grande Motte, above Tignes. Most give the choice of large twin or vast double beds. 

The chalet has a superb dining room, a sitting area with a log fire just next to the dining room and a bigger sitting room downstairs, with a second log fire and a large plasma screen for DVDs.

  • WiFi
  • Log Fire
  • Close to slopes

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Bedroom 1 - Huge twin/double under eaves on top floor, up same staircase as Room 3. Vast windows to watch sunrise over Italy. Bathroom with wc.
Bedroom 2 - Twin/double on ground floor, french windows to wide terrace with superb views in all directions. Bathroom with wc.
Bedroom 3 - Twin/double under eaves on top floor, up same stairs as Room 1. French window to balcony looking south up pistes. Bathroom with wc.
Bedroom 4 - Twin/double on ground floor. Shower room with twin basic and wc.
Bedroom 5 - Double on first floor, by the dining room, facing east. Bathroom with wc.

Sitting Room - On ground floor, with french windows to wide terrace. Superb views in all directions. Fireplace. TV & DVD.
Dining Room - On first floor, with french windows to vast wraparound balcony. Two open-plan kitchens, and another sitting area for ante-prandials.

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Val d'Isère

One of the world's favourite ski resorts, 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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