Morzine, Portes du Soleil
A pretty stand-alone chalet with its own outdoor hot tub and in-resort transport to the ski lifts around Morzine.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
La Petite Ferme is listed with us by the managing agent The White Chalet Collection.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with The White Chalet Collection.
La Petite is a lovingly converted old mazot that has been beautifully reclaimed and styled, just like the main chalet itself. Fur cushions and throws abound, there is gnarly old wood everywhere and hints of the building’s former existence, but it is now super-cosy and the perfect mini-chalet for a small group.
La Petite Ferme brims with Alpine chic. Think fur throws, cow skins, giant twig-framed mirrors and old milk churns converted into lamps. There are cow- and deer-themed ornaments and knick knacks everywhere, plus old skis on the walls.
The mazot has three double bedrooms. Two have en suite bathrooms and the third is open plan with a separate shower room. Each is fabulously stylish and impossibly cute, with cow or deer themed knickknacks and Cowshed toiletries. The mazot has its own private hot tub.
La Petite Ferme is either a self-catered (summer only) or fully catered ski chalet (winter). It has a well-appointed kitchen which is open plan to the living area, but a private chef and host can be arranged or, if booked alongside Ferme du Lac Vert, guests can dine next door in the main chalet.
La Petite Ferme is situated in Montriond, a small hamlet right next to Morzine. It is just seven minutes by the chalet’s private transport to the Ardent bubble or five minutes in to Morzine itself.Geneva airport is just 1hr 15 minutes away, so the mazot is ideal for short breaks or long weekends. Airport transfers can be arranged, at an extra cost.
Morzine is located in the vast Portes du Soleil ski area which has a huge amount of skiing and absolutely something for everyone. It boasts 650km of pistes. The Pleney lift is the main, central lift for Morzine and Les Gets where most of the ski schools are based, and there is a state of the art new Prodains lift for accessing the Avoriaz side of the ski area.
Morzine is a delightful old town with plenty of charming shopping on offer. Non-skiers can also go snow-shoe walking in the valley along pretty marked trails, go on husky rides or they can meet their skier friends for lunch on the mountain (some restaurants lay on skidoos for non-skiers or are accessible on foot). There are also a few lovely spas nearby, great restaurants in Morzine to check out, plus an ice-skating rink, an indoor rink for professional ice hockey, a cinema and even a great new swimming pool centre all in town.
La Petite Ferme sleeps 6 and is available on a sole occupancy half board catered basis. Prices range from £6,950 catered in off peak weeks to £7,450 catered in peak weeks.
Short breaks are available in off-peak weeks outside of Christmas, New Year and February half term. Only full weeks are available in the peak weeks.
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