Chalet Alysson, Meribel
This chalet is traditionally furnished inside. The open plan living and dining area is very bright with a full sized windows, and doors leading onto a large sun terrace.
Situated in the Morel area in Meribel, which is just above the town centre. The town centre is less than a 10 minute downhill walk away, although if you prefer, you can take one of the frequent free resort buses there and back, which will takes around three minutes. The chalet is a 250m walk in the morning to the Morel chairlift, take the chairlift to the bottom of the Alitport area, and head off of the day. If you are booked into lessons starting at La Chaudanne each morning, you will need to get the free resort bus from close to the chalet to meet your lessons.
The location of the chalet means that if you choose to you can ski right back to the door.
Chalet Alysson can be booked solely for a minimum of fourteen or a maximum of fifteen. It is a neighbour to Chalets Azalee and Telekie, should a much larger party wish to occupy them.
Features- Chalet Alysson, Meribel
- 5 minutes to chairlift
- Ski back to door
- 10 minutes to town centre
- En-suite Bathrooms
- Boot Heaters
- DVD-CD Player
- Free Wi-Fi
- Selection of board games
Accommodation- Chalet Alysson, Meribel
Room 1 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC
Room 2 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC
Room 3 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC
Room 4 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC & balcony
Room 5 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC & balcony
Room 6 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC
Room 7 - Single en suite with bath, basin and WC
Room 8 - Twin en suite with bath, basin and WC
Meals - Chalet Alysson, Meribel
The chalet host will have a day off during the course of the week, during which you will be required to eat out.
You start the day with a selection of porridge, cereals, yoghurts and locally fresh baked bread and preserves. You can also enjoy a choice of cooked eggs with a daily accompaniment of one of the following: bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms or beans. All served with fruit juices, fresh coffee and choice of tea’s.
On your return from a days skiing, you will find afternoon tea for you to help yourself, consisting of a freshly baked cake or biscuits together with tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
Shortly before dinner you will be invited to enjoy a glass of Kir with canapés with your fellow guests in the comfort of the lounge area around the fire. Your carefully prepared dinner comprises three-courses, complimented with selected French wines followed by coffee and chocolates.
The farewell evening meal on Friday evening will give you a chance to sample the local cheeses accompanied by a complimentary bottle of port.