Built 150-years ago in the traditional Savoyard style, the Chalet Montperron stands at an elevation of 1430 metres in an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers outstanding panoramic views over the Tarentaise Valley. The chalet is located on one of the main routes to Italy that leads to the Petit Saint Bernard Pass, and is a 12-minute drive from the lively village of La Rosière.
With 350m² of living space, the Chalet Montperron can cater for up to 12 guests in five, rustic, well appointed en-suite bedrooms (4 with private balcony). The chalet has an impressively sized lounge, furnished with an orange and brown banana shaped suede sofa and is equipped with a large flat-screen TV with UK satellite reception and there is a separate bar area with stools. The main dining area features a magnificent antique Savoy dining table that seats twelve and the walls are adorned with the creative work of local professional photographers. The three sets of screened doors open up to reveal a unique south-westerly vista of the magnificent surrounding countryside.
This is really quite an exceptional chalet constructed using Burnt wood and classic Baroque stone with many of the main load bearing beams visible. The view from most of the rooms, looks down onto Bourg St Maurice, referred to by many as ‘Vegas’ at night because of its many twinkling lights
This is an ideal location to truly unwind away from the hubbub of your usual world and to escape by engaging with the natural surroundings of the Alps whilst enjoying the traditional hospitality, exceptional cuisine and relaxation that is a feature of a Green Rides winter holiday.
Guests staying at Chalet Montperron should be aware that taxis (paid for by guests though organised by hosts) are used to transport clients home after evening excursions into the resort past 11.00pm. Details can be provided when you make your booking.
All Inclusive Chalets
All our chalets in La Rosiere are catered offering a good menu, good wine, good service, and hot tubs and saunas throughout depending on the chalet.
How to Travel
There are so many alternatives to flying to the Alps, ease into comfort on the snow train, or drive yourself here on the quiet French highways., or fly in using one of the multiple airports that service the Alps, from Geneva to Grenoble and many more in-between
They say experience is what counts, we have over 10 years of it in the industry, fine tuning different aspects of the business translate into a moulded and considered holiday for you, our client
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