Chalet Loden , Meribel
When only a chalet will do, opt for luxury and indulge yourself at the Loden. Built in traditional style and perfectly located overlooking Méribel, it's what goes on inside the Loden that makes it so special. For a start it looks gorgeous, beautifully decorated with deep, rich colours and antique furniture. It is wonderfully comfortable, with immense deep sofas and thick cushions to sink into. It also has satellite TV, DVD, iPod and CD players and a wide, south facing balcony that runs the length of the living room. Downstairs is a large games room with a table tennis table.
The dining area, which is set off the living room seats 12. The Loden can be booked for a single group, or it is sufficiently spacious for smaller groups to share. Either way it is a glorious treat.
Features - Chalet Loden , Meribel
- Luxury chalet
- Close to the slopes
- Stunning views
- Canapes and four course dinner
- Games room with table tennis
- Open log fire
- Free English newspapers
- DVD and CD players
- iPod and dock
- Satelite TV
- Free WiFi
- Children from 8 years welcome
Accommodation - Chalet Loden , Meribel
Upstairs the luxury continues. The bedrooms - two doubles (one en-suite) and four twins all have big deep beds with Egyptian cotton bed linen, fluffy towels and thick bathrobes. The bathrooms are full of Molton Brown toiletries. Up on the top floor, the three twin rooms have lovely wooden bateaux lit style beds. Most of the rooms have views onto the mountains.
Meals - Chalet Loden , Meribel
Here your live-in chalet staff will start your day with full breakfast and fresh pastries. When you return from the slopes they'll have prepared tea and freshly baked cakes, delivered the English newspapers and, as you move into the evening, they'll serve canapés by the fire, followed by a four course dinner with superior wines.Please note:
The chalet host will have a day off during the course of the week, during which you will be required to eat out.