Jardin D'Angele is located in the charming village of Le Praz, Courchevel's prettiest village. You can ski back to within 100 metres of the chalet along a winding forest piste. The telecabin and new express lift are a short walk along a driveway that gives you fast easy access to the magnificent 3 Valleys Ski Area.
The village centre is a few minutes' walk from the chalet and has narrow winding cobbled streets traditional village shops, renowned restaurants and après ski bars. If you want even more choice of bars and restaurants a free shuttle bus runs from Le Praz to Courchevel 1850. The chalet not only offers an ideal location for skiing but has a wide selection of cross country skiing and picturesque walking trails ideal for snow shoeing.
Chalet Jardin d'Angele is a beautiful detached seven bedroom chalet located in Le Praz, arguably Courchevels prettiest village. Jardin D'Angele's traditional interior offers space, comfort and plenty of style, in a peaceful location yet minutes from the main lifts which transport you to the whole of the three valleys. Its large open plan living room with plenty of comfortable seating is the perfect spot to relax around the roaring log fire. Its dining area with large table has picture windows letting the light flood in and giving mountain views outside. All seven bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms arranged across three floors. The piece de resistance is the spa with indoor Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Jardin D'Angele is a firm favourite with our guests who return for its comfort, ambience charm and location. Those guests staying in Jardin D'Angele will benefit from Premium Service.
Under 12's deduct 10%
Under 2's sharing with adults are charged at £100 (note: excludes baby food and formulae milk)
Unoccupied beds - If you occupy a double/twin room by yourself unfortunately we have to charge the empty bed at the full rate less £100.
Note: Please note that no child or other discounts apply to the whole chalet price
Sleeps 16 Guests
Bedroom 1 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
Bedroom 2 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
Bedroom 3 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
Bedroom 4 - Twin/Double and sofabed
Bedroom 5 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
Bedroom 6 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
Bedroom 7 - Twin/Double, en-suite shower, toilet and sink
To prepare you for your day on the mountain, for breakfast you can tuck into a selection of cereals, yoghurts, bread, jam, honey, porridge, and cooked breakfast with Heinz baked beans if you wish, plus orange juice, coffee & a selection of teas.
On your return from a day on the mountain afternoon tea will be waiting for you with freshly baked cakes along with freshly brewed Yorkshire tea (especially brought out from the UK as we know how much you all like a good cup of tea), filter coffee and hot chocolate.
Your evening meal begins with pre-dinner glass of wine, followed by a delicious 3 courses, all freshly prepared for you. Throughout the meal your glass will be topped up with our fabulous wines and once your meal has finished you will be served freshly brewed coffee or tea to enjoy at the table or tucked up on the sofa in the lounge.
Please note our hosts may change some of the menu and so this is an example only.
Roasted red pepper and tomato soup
Salad au chevre
Caramelised French onion Frittata
Mini Savoyard Tartiflette
Thai Fishcakes with Dipping Sauce and Rocket Garnish
Cream of celeriac soup with herb croutons
Beef Bourguignon served with mashed potato, savoy cabbage with wholegrain mustard and honey glazed carrots
Turkey Escalope served with dauphinoise potatoes, balsamic vine tomatoes, petit pois and leeks
Lamb tagine served with Couscous with roasted Mediterranean vegetables and carrot pickle
Soy glazed salmon with toasted sesame seeds, noodles and broccoli florets
Thai green chicken and vegetable curry served with Thai rice
Pork tenderloin wrapped in prosciutto with apple & cider gravy served with roast potatoes with rosemary braised red cabbage and garlic French beans
Mousse au Chocolat with chocolate shards
Zesty Orange Cheesecake
French apple tarte with vanilla ice cream
Vanilla Pannacotta with Raspberry Coulis and brandy snap cigar
Whole Poached Pears in Red Wine Sauce with vanilla infused Mascarpone Cream
Lemon Posset with sugared shortbread
For children we offer a High Tea served at 6pm which includes:
Beef Bourguignon served with Mashed potato, Broccoli, Carrots followed by Mouse au Chocolat for pudding
Tartiflette served with Baby tomatoes and cucumber and Orange Cheesecake for pudding
Spaghetti Bolognaise with hidden vegetables and French Apple tarte with vanilla ice cream for pudding
Chicken Burger with Carrot sticks and Chocolate Cornflake cakes to follow
Turkey Goujons served with Potato Wedges, Baked Beans and Crepes to follow
Salmon Fish Fingers served with Parmentier Potatoes and peas with Chocolate fondue with marshmallows for pudding
Our delicious wines are selected from France through the fantastic Le Verre Gourmand. A selection of red, white and rose wine has been handpicked for you to complement your meal and your taste buds. Here is the list of our fabulous wines for this season:
Domaine Horgelus Colombard Sauvignon 2014
The delicious combination of Colombard and Sauvignon wine offers here a pleasure , a sublime expression of the fruit of these two grape varieties grown in Gascony. Tastes like… Notes of white flowers, citrus and exotic fruits, which continue into the palate finishing with a light and crisp freshness.
Picpoul Cuvée Caroline 2014
Cuvée Caroline has been specially blended to be a gastronomic wine, with the body and balance that is perfect to accompany seafood and fish dishes. Bright and pale yellow wine with very fresh aromas of white flowers, acacia and hawthorn; fresh and saline palate but with a slight roundness for a Picpoul. This is a “gourmet” Picpoul.
Les Roitilières Muscadet 2013
This Muscadet is a white wine which is fresh and dry with sweet aromas which charms anyone who drinks it and accompanies many different dishes. Beautiful golden colour, this is an elegant and fresh wine with aromas of citron and minerality. Look for notes of soft pears on the palate with element s of freshness.
This is a great modern-style red blend from the South of France - full of juicy red and black fruit flavours, alongside a spot of spice and warmth. It's not too heavy, so it will work best alongside slightly lighter red meat dishes - or even poultry. The addition of 10% Cabernet Sauvignon to the Grenache and Carignan gives the wine just a bit more ooomph, while retaining its easy-going character.
Fico Grande Sangiovese
Fruity, delicious and easy-drinking. The name is a tribute to the extraordinary fig tree which dominates the vineyard where the grapes for this wine are grown. Fruity, medium-bodied and savoury with its characteristic cherry and violet aromas. It is a wine for everyday drinking with its soft and delicate tannins.
Marquis de la Coronne Côtes du Rhône 2013
With a brilliant and intense colour, this wine doesn’t disappoint. A nose of blackcurrants and blackberries is accompanied by strong hints of spice, pepper and herbs. This fresh, bright and juicy Côtes-du-Rhône shows all the classic Rhône notes of dark berry fruits and spice—particularly pepper and Provencal herbs such as rosemary.
Mas du Canal Rose
For refreshing, pale, dry, yet crisply fruity rose, look no further than this wine from the south of France. It is delightfully fresh and zingy on the palate, with bright red fruits (redcurrants, raspberries) lighting things up. It is seriously thirst-quenching stuff.
Bel Star Prosecco
This delicious sparkling wine comes from the Veneto region of northeast Italy. It is soft, fruity and refreshing sparkling wine with citrus, pear and floral flavours and aromas. Fresh apple and pear aromas with a hint of blossom. Medium-bodied with citrus fruit, creamy mousse and a fresh, clean finish. From the beautiful Valdobbiadene region, the Bisol family are masters of Prosecco and have been making wine for centuries. All the grapes come their own land which is something extremely rare in the region.
Note: At the beginning of each season some of the wines may be unavailable and so we may substitute for other wines of equal quality
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•5 star luxury resort •Vast 3 Valleys •Traditional chocolate box villages & chalets •Lots of ski in/ski out
Attractive, traditional and oozing style, Courchevel ticks all the boxes for a first class ski holiday. With masses of amenities and a quality area that’s well linked within the rest of the Three Valleys - not to mention an infectiously glam atmosphere - it’s no wonder Courchevel’s one of the most popular ski resorts in the world.
Great for •Families •Groups •Luxury holiday
Snow Report: Top 135cm, Bottom 15cm
Snow Forecast: 4cm expected this week
Snow History: April average depth 128cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Chambéry (CMF)||110 km, 1h20|
|Grenoble (GNB)||190 km, 2h10|
|Geneva (GVA)||140 km, 2h15|
Courchevel lift pass price last reported as €218 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Jardin d'Angele.
Night skiing: Yes, every Wednesday
Courchevel has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.
|Top of slopes:||2738m|
|Bottom of piste:||1100m|
|Total length of trails:||150km|
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