Chalet Bonne Neige, Val d'lsere
Bonne Neige by name and by nature; the snow certainly doesn’t get much better when it is this close to your doorstep. Situated in the heart of La Daille, Chalet Bonne Neige is opposite the famous World Cup Downhill course and some of the best downhill runs in the area including the ‘Orange’, the ‘OK’ and for the more adventurous, the off-piste ‘La Vallée Perdue’. Accessing the lifts couldn’t be easier; simply stroll across the road (200m approx.) and take your pick from the Funival funicular, the La Daille bubble car or the Etroits chairlift, all of which whisk you up to the heart of the vast Espace Killy ski area. Beginners are not forgotten with the ski school and nursery slopes just opposite. If you tire of the handful of bars and restaurants close by, the centre of Val d’Isere with its buzzing nightlife is a short trip up the road on a regular, free bus service which runs until the early hours of the morning.
This is a traditional stone building with bags of old-world charm. The sociable living and dining area boasts exposed beams, views of the piste and a large open fire. All the bedrooms are of a comfortable size with en suite or private facilities, two with extra beds ideal for families. But what really makes this chalet stand out from the crowd is the abundance of world-class skiing on your doorstep. And when you have had your fill of the ever-popular Folie Douce après ski bar at the top of the La Daille bubble car, the warmth of the inviting open fire of this chalet will guide you the short distance home. Bonne Neige, bonne ski!
Accommodation- Chalet Bonne Neige, Val d'lsere
Open-plan living/dining area with open fire
Heated boot rack and ski storage at chalet entrance
Room 1 = twin with shower and WC
Room 2 = twin with seating/reading corner, bath and WC.
Room 3 = twin (under eaves) with shower and WC
Room 4 = twin (under eaves) with extra single sofa bed, bath and WC
Meals- Chalet Bonne Neige, Val d'lsere
The chalet host will have a day off during the course of the week, during which you will be required to eat out.
Start your day with hearty breakfast a buffet selection of cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurts, freshly baked local bread and jams accompanied by fruit juices, tea and coffee. In addition there is a daily cooked option with eggs and one of the following: bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, baked beans or pancakes & syrup served each day apart from the chalet staff day off and change over day.
On your return from the slopes, discuss the day's skiing with your fellow guests whilst helping yourself to afternoon tea. Bread and jam and a slice (or two) of delicious home-made cake or biscuits should help keep hunger pangs at bay until dinner time.
With the theme of a casual dinner party in mind, your chalet hosts serve a delicious 4 course meal followed by coffee. House wine is available throughout dinner coffee to finish. Chalet staff always aim to please and if given notice will as much as possible adapt their menus to your specific tastes and dietary requests.after dinner chocolates.