Chalet la Maison
About Chalet la Maison
Located right in the middle of the village square in Montriond, Chalet La Maison is an original town house dating back to 1749. Fully-renovated, the property has been beautifully transformed into a unique mountain home.
The village itself has a few shops, two bars and a restaurant but the main centre of Morzine is only a short drive away. The slopes can be accessed via the Ardent lift which is just a 10-minute drive away from the chalet.
A lot of thought has gone into the re-design of this 18th-century property, retaining original timbers whilst updating it to suit the modern age. The rooms and spaces flow from a central staircase which was hewn from 370 million-year-old sedimentary Caithness stone from the Northern Highlands of Scotland.
On the top floor of the property is a vast open plan living area which has been split into three separate zones; the main lounge, the library and the bar. Take in the stunning views of the Nantaux peak from the William Yeoward bespoke sofas, admire the Brand van Egmond chandelier, settle down beside the fireplace in the library area or enjoy a drink at the bar area beside a second fireplace. There’s also a full-size pool table and a balcony with views over the village square.
The first floor is all about dining, with a state-of-the art kitchen, elegant dining area and floating wine cellar. The kitchen is split in two with a concealed professional space and a stunning front kitchen built around a DeManicor range. Adjoining the dining area is the floating wine cellar featuring bar stools and a glass floor looking onto the swimming pool below. There’s also a baby grand piano, giving guests the opportunity to showcase their skills.
One of the main highlights of Chalet La Maison is the incredible spa centred around an ‘L’ shaped swimming pool with a counter-current, various massage zones and two fountains. There is also an indoor and outdoor hot tub, a barrel sauna, a large steam room, a relaxation area with lounge seating and a rain shower with fibre optic “night sky” lighting. A corridor leads from the spa area to a raised studio – perfect for Pilates and yoga. There’s also a massage room where you can enjoy a range of Bamford treatments.
A cosy TV snug on the ground floor is ideal for any children or teenagers in the group. Also on this level is a spacious ski room with heated boot warmers and a garage. On the first floor, with upholstered seating and chic Timorous Beasties wallpaper, is what is known as “Le Boudoir”, a luxurious space separating two bedrooms.
Six en-suite double/twin bedrooms are divided between the three floors at Chalet La Maison. The two bedrooms on the top floor, featuring free-standing copper bathtubs, are particularly striking. Several bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes and all have twin basins in the bathroom.
- 2 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite bath & shower
- 2 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite shower room
- 2 x Double bedroom with en-suite shower room
Price from:€32,900 per week View Availability
Features & Entertainment
Separate TV snug
Terrace and balconies
Floating wine cellar
Ski and boot room
Outdoor hot tub
Outdoor barrel sauna
Massage treatment room
The Camel Snow Promise
We can help arrange all this and more, at no extra cost!
- Private transfers to and from the resort
- Lift passes
- Ski equipment hire
- Private ski guides, heli-skiing and ski lessons
- In-chalet massages
- Non-skiing activities
- Pre-arrival shopping service
- Helicopter transfers
- Party planning
- Corporate event planning
- Please enquire about any other specific service requests
- Week Commencing
- Bed & Breakfast
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With its proximity to Geneva, Morzine is an excellent destination for those looking for a ski weekend away or a family looking to avoid the hassle of a lengthy transfer. Part of the huge Porte du Soleil ski region, there’s plenty of terrain for all abilities, however, due to its altitude, early and late season snow coverage can be limited. The town itself is full of beautiful French, slate stone buildings and a delightful riverside promenade. There’s an excellent selection of bars and restaurants and a great après ski vibe throughout the resort.Explore Morzine
Large ski area
Great for a weekend away
Good for all abilities
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