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The chalet was incredible! Tilly, the chalet maid, was outstanding and we had fantastic food all week. It has a brilliant location, just a 2-3 minute walk to the cable car which takes you to the top of the mountain, giving you access to the whole area. There’s also an excellent ski bus at the end of the ro... + more
Mrs & Mr Daniels, Maldon
5 out of 5
The Chalet Bonnevie shares an entrance hall with the Chalet Bonneval in the delightful hamlet of La Fornet, and is a great base for groups of all sizes. Youngsters (and the young at heart) are a swift bus or taxi from the centre of Val d’Isere, whilst those after a more relaxed evening can enjoy lounging in fr... + more
Jimmy, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Bonnevie description

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

Set in Le Fornet, one of Val d’Isère’s most picturesque accommodation areas, this charming chalet is only approximately four minutes walk from the main Le Fornet cable-car directly into the Espace Killy ski area, and from the shuttle-bus stop (running until midnight or 2am during high season) for the short ride to the resort centre. Alternatively, a taxi ride is approx. 10 Euros each way. For experienced skiers, there is also an unpisted track if you wish to ski direct back to the door.

The chalet is on three levels, of a very good, comfortable and attractive standard, and features a good-sized living-room with log fire, comfy sofas, TV/DVD and CD player so bring your favourite films and music.

The chalet shares an entrance hall with adjoining Chalet Bonneval and, if so desired, can be combined to sleep 15/18 persons if one party books the whole of both chalets together.


Facilities - Chalet Bonnevie features

  • Charming stone chalet, with warm, wood-panelled interior
  • Main cable-car & pistes approx 4 minutes' walk (400m)
  • Ski back to the door (off-piste)
  • All bedrooms with private facilities
  • Log fire
  • TV/DVD/Free WiFi
  • Cooked and continental breakfast
  • Afternoon tea/coffee and cake
  • 3-course dinners including prosecco apéritif and a choice of complimentary quality wines followed by coffee

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Ground Floor

  • Entrance, ski store and heated boot rack in garage
  • Room 1
    Twin (separate beds) with bath/shower/wc (eaves bathroom)
  • Room 2
    Twin with shower/wc

First Floor

  • Lounge/dining area with comfy seating, log fire, CD player, TV/DVD and balcony

Second Floor

  • wc
  • Room 3
    Single/small double with balcony and shower/wc
  • Room 4
    Twin with balcony and shower/wc

Additional Information

  • Supplements per person per night: En suite shower/wc £3; En suite bath/shower/wc £5; En suite shower/wc/balcony £4; (No facilities supplement for Room 3) Room 3 single supp. £9.95
    • Floor plans are for guidance only and may not be to scale

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Bonnevie

We set very high standards for our cuisine, and train our staff extensively before the season starts, to ensure that you will thoroughly enjoy every meal on your holiday with us. We also take our Health and Safety responsibilities extremely seriously, so all our chalet and Chalet Hotel staff involved in food preparation are trained to the City & Guilds qualification – Level 2 in Food Safety during the pre-season training course. For six days of the week for our 2017/18 season, and five days of the week for 2018/19, our staff prepare all your meals, as described below.

Breakfast

A good breakfast is essential on a ski holiday, so we provide both a hot option, as well as a continental selection with a choice of cereals or porridge, fruit juices, plentiful tea, coffee and bread (and croissants in France), cold meats, cheese and preserves, which is normally presented buffet-style for you to help yourself. On our staff's day(s) off, only the continental breakfast will be provided.

Piste Picnics

Our Chalet Hotels can also prepare a packed lunch for you on request, at a small local charge. For skiers keen to keep their Euro-spending to an absolute minimum, this is the ideal way to keep your costs down!

Afternoon Tea

The traditional 'welcome home' after a day on the slopes will be laid out for you in your chalet or Chalet Hotel, ready for your return, every day except on the staff's day(s) off. A good cup of tea or coffee is the perfect accompaniment to a delicious slice of freshly home-baked cake and keeps hungry skiers happy until dinner is ready.

Dinner

2017/18 season cuisine

A three-course adult-only chalet dinner starts with Prosseco, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, and completed by coffee to round off your evening. Your choice of complimentary quality red and white wines is unlimited during the meal service, and chilled water is also of course always available.

2018/19 season cuisine

Our hosts will cook you a three-course adult only meal 5 nights a week. Consisting of an appetiser, main course and dessert – with unlimited complimentary red, white and rosé wine during service! The staff nights off are a great opportunity to experience some local restaurents and cuisine. Speak to your resort representative for recommendations and help with reservations.

Our Quality Wines

We are very proud of our wine selection for chalets and Chalet Hotels, which combines crisp and fruity whites with medium to full bodied reds, for a variety of palates. In our Chalet Hotels we also offer an additional light fresh rosé to our guests’ choice. We select our wines in conjunction with our good friends Nicolas and Véronique – the third generation in the Perret family’s fine wine business based in the Savoie. Nicolas is a qualified wine expert, having trained at the prestigious Burgundy Wine University in Beaune. Each season in October, Nicolas & Véronique bring over a new selection for us to sample (someone has to do it!) and together we choose our wines for the coming season, based on our menus and their pure enjoyment factor. Wine is an incredibly subjective and emotive subject, however the feedback we have received from our guests over recent seasons endorses our aims of providing wines to enhance your meal and to suit most tastes. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do!

Children's High Tea

In Chalets and Chalet Hotels with family guests, High Tea provides children under 13 years with a healthy menu, tailored more towards children's tastes and puréed food is available for infants on request. High Tea is at 5.30pm, and children do not join the main adult-only dinner.

Children's High Tea in Chalet Hotels

Families staying in one of our Chalet Hotels may choose to eat separately (High Tea at 5:30pm) or all dine together at the later adult dinner time if children who have received a child discount pay the meal upgrade charge of £39 at the time of booking only.

Vegetarian and Special Diets

Vegetarian options are always on our 'Culinary Choice' menu in our Chalet Hotels, and are available in our chalets - just advise us at time of bookings so that we can ensure that our staff can prepare. Other special diets can generally be catered for at a cost of £35 per person per week. Any dietary requirements must be advised to us at the time of booking in order for us to be fully prepared.

Christmas and New Year

All of our chalets and Chalet Hotels will serve a traditional Christmas dinner with a glass of Champagne to start off the evening. This will include roast turkey with all of the trimmings, Christmas pudding, mince pies, crackers and party hats plus a fantastic Alpine atmosphere in which to enjoy the day.
A special festive menu will also be served on New Year’s Eve, alongside the added bonus that many resorts put on fantastic firework displays. A glass of fizz, whilst watching fireworks over the snow-capped peaks of the Alps.. what better way to bring in the New Year!

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

We update Chalet Bonnevie's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Bonnevie dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Sun 16 Dec 201816/12/18
£776
Sun 23 Dec 201823/12/18
Sold Out 
Sun 30 Dec 201830/12/18
Sold Out 
Sun 06 Jan 201906/01/19
£818
Sun 13 Jan 201913/01/19
£848
Sun 20 Jan 201920/01/19
Sold Out 
Sun 27 Jan 201927/01/19
£978
Sun 03 Feb 201903/02/19
Sold Out 
Sun 10 Feb 201910/02/19
£1018
Sun 17 Feb 201917/02/19
Sold Out 
Sun 24 Feb 201924/02/19
£1008
Sun 03 Mar 201903/03/19
£1026
Sun 10 Mar 201910/03/19
£978
Sun 17 Mar 201917/03/19
Sold Out 
Sun 24 Mar 201924/03/19
£888
Sun 31 Mar 201931/03/19
available Stansted, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, Southampton
Sun 07 Apr 201907/04/19
£1258
Sun 14 Apr 201914/04/19
£978
This package holiday to Chalet Bonnevie in Val d'Isere, France departs Tuesday 12th December 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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½ of Espace Killy Fantastic après Traditional chocolate box village Skiable glacier

Ski never-ending pistes and powder, ogle at colossal peaks and cosy Savoie architecture, then end the day with some of the world's most wild and wonderful après ski. Val d'Isere is considered by many to be the best ski resort on earth, and we’re inclined to agree.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non skiers Catered Chalets

Val d'Isere webcam

Snow Report: Top 260cm, Bottom 115cm

Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 80.17cm

Val d'Isere trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)145km, 1h45
Geneva (GVA)180km, 2h40
Grenoble (GNB)210km 2h50
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1934

Val d'Isere lift pass price last reported as €225 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Bonnevie.
Night skiing: Yes, every Thursday
Val d'Isere has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October - May.

Town altitude: 1,850m
Top of slopes: 3,300m
Bottom of piste: 1,550m
Vertical drop: 1,900m
Total length of trails:150km
Longest piste:10km (Tignes)
In France's Rhone Alp region, Val d'Isere (pronounce it: val de saire/sare/ser) makes up half of Espace Killy which is widely thought of as one of the most brilliant and beautiful ski areas in the world. In keeping with the attractiveness of its surroundings, the resort itself is a compilation of alpine hamlets made up of cosy wood and stone chalets. With the original village dating back to the 13th century and eye-catching church steeple at its centre, the whole place is truly oozing alpine charm. And while dre...
In Val d'Isere you'll be skiing in the tracks of some of the world's greatest skiers. Olympic medallists Marielle and Christine Goitschel learned to ski there, not to mention triple gold winner Jean-Claude Killy, after whom the wider ski area is named. As an indication of its premier status, the resort has hosted championships including the 1992 Olympics the World Alpine Ski Championships in 2009, along with the World Cup every December. If some of the best skiers in history have learned here, beginners can...
Famed for its après ski, you're unlikely to have a dull evening in Val. The resort has 4 nightclubs including the legendary Dicks T Bar (open from 4pm - 5am). Living up to its name, you'll experience ‘sweet madness' at Le Folie Douce, which boasts some of the best après ski in Europe. “Bananas” is another favourite, well known for its fantastic cocktails and convenient slope-side location. In Val d'Isere's 92 restaurants, you'll find dishes to suit all tastes from traditional Savoyarde indulgence to Marga...

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"We're now total converts to chalet ski holidays - incredible!"

Mrs & Mr Daniels, Maldon
5/ out of 5
The chalet was incredible! Tilly, the chalet maid, was outstanding and we had fantastic food all week. It has a brilliant location, just a 2-3 minute walk to the cable car which takes you to the top of the mountain, giving you access to the whole area. There’s also an excellent ski bus at the end of the road that took you to the village. Inside is clean with lovely spacious rooms and comfy beds. We hadn’t done a chalet holiday before and usually stay in hotels, however we’re now total converts to chalets!

"Fornet bubble next door & non-beginners can ski back"

Jimmy, Sno Staff
5/ out of 5
The Chalet Bonnevie shares an entrance hall with the Chalet Bonneval in the delightful hamlet of La Fornet, and is a great base for groups of all sizes. Youngsters (and the young at heart) are a swift bus or taxi from the centre of Val d’Isere, whilst those after a more relaxed evening can enjoy lounging in front of the log fire after a day on the slopes. There’s no need to worry about clumping around in bulky boots either- the Le Fornet cable car is as close as can be, and confident skiers can ski back to the door in the afternoons.
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