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Chalet Peclet

This cosy chalet apartment has proven a runaway success and early booking is recommended. All the rooms are compact and benefit from the comfort of private or en-suite facilities. The attractive open-plan living/dining area is decorated with lovely local furnishings and offers a fireplace and a sunny, south facing balcony. The nightlife, including the famous ‚'Frog & Roastbeef', is just a short walk away. 

Chalet Peclet has very easy access to the superb snow-sure skiing of Val Thorens. It is only 75 metres from the Stade draglift and other piste runs just above, making it possible for capable skiers to virtually ski back to the door. The ski school meeting point is 200 metres and the lively bars and restaurants of Val Thorens are 100 metres away.

Included in your chalet stay:
· Buffet breakfast with cooked options including eggs
· Afternoon tea/coffee and freshly baked cake or biscuits
· 3 course evening meals with unlimited wine during dinner
· Special celebration menus on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve
· Resort representative and Wi-Fi

This chalet is fully catered five nights of the week.

  • WiFi
  • Log Fire
  • Close to slopes
From price
£796pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
All-In Price
£1,062pp was £1,107 save £45
  • Lift Pass
  • Ski Hire
  • 14 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Catered Chalet | Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms

Lower Ground Floor

  • Garage with heated boot rack

Ground Floor (entrance floor of the chalet is the first floor of the building)

  • Room 1 - twin with shower and WC

  • Open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with south facing balcony and satellite TV

First Floor

  • Room 2 - twin with shower and WC

  • Room 3 - larger twin with shower, balcony and WC

  • Room 4 - double room with private bath, WC (both in the corridor) and balcony


Chalet staff live out.

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Resort details

Val Thorens

Val Thorens takes the prize as the highest ski resort in Europe and as a result it often has the best snow of the Trois Vallees. The resort is at 2,300m and is one of the few stations that can almost definitely guarantee snow for both Christmas and Easter.

Architecturally the resort is better than many and there is a pleasant traffic free centre. The surrounding peaks make for a stunning skyline but in a blizzard the resort can be a little bleak, partly because it’s above the treeline. Many people prefer to stay in a lower resort and then ski the Val Thorens pistes although the resort itself has many attractions - not least you are able to bag the beautiful snow first in the mornings and the village has a lively nightlife. The skiing is suited to most standards with the more advanced really being able to push themselves over testing, exciting terrain and yet there are also the sweeping, gentle pistes which make Val Thorens ski holidays ideal for beginners and intermediates. For those who prefer to take their skiing at a slower pace, there is an abundance of mountain restaurants from where to enjoy the views.

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