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Attractively designed and solidly built, the chalet's lounge area is warm and cosy with a handsome stone fireplace and - new for last season - bespoke furniture from a friendly shop in our native Huddersfield. The paintng and redecoration went down extremely well and Grande Casse is back to her best. The dining area is light, thanks to the French windows which open out onto a large balcony looking West towards La Daille. All five twin bedrooms are spacious with fully ensuite facilities, including bath, shower and wc, and each room has a balcony.
As with all of our six ‘Cacholet’ chalets, your holiday can be made even more relaxing by sinking into our large outdoor hot tub after skiing. To catch the free bus into town, you can wait (but never for long!) at the bus stop two minutes’ away. If you would prefer to walk, it takes around eight minutes to reach the town centre. Guests in Grande Casse are welcome to use the Snowberry shuttle service to and from the slopes in the morning and evening if they have rented from the shop, or are using their own equipment. Free outdoor parking.
1st floor: 5 twin rooms all with bath, shower, basin, w.c. and balcony. Lounge/dining area. Log fireplace. Kitchen. Large balconies
Chalet board: cooked breakfast, afternoon tea and a 3-course evening meal with unlimited wine at dinner, coffee and mints 6 nights a week. Champagne reception with canapés on arrival, with Kir and canapés on Saturday. Cheeseboard once a week.
Your day starts with freshly brewed tea or coffee (don’t worry, we bring real teabags from the UK) and a spread of fresh crusty baguette and jams, yoghurt, fruit and cereals on the table. The cooked breakfast menu changes every day but includes bacon, sausages, eggs, French toast, grilled tomato, succulent mushrooms, Heinz baked beans…
Once you’ve returned from your tough day on the slopes, homemade afternoon tea is served and favourites range from classic treats such as scones with cream and jam to squidgy brownies or raspberry and white chocolate cupcakes. In the evening we let our experienced hosts use their imaginations and the fantastic fresh produce we have to create a mouthwatering 3-course menu for the week. Unlimited red, rosé and white wines (from bottles, not boxes!) are served through dinner, (with coffee and chocolates in the comfy seats after your meal!). If you’re a bit of a wine buff, you can pre-order our Wine Lover's Package which is just £40pp for 6 bottles of our upgraded selection - you choose whether you'd like 6 whites, 6 reds, our mixed selection or your very own combination of the above!
Children are equally well looked after. If you wish your youngsters to have an earlier tea – all homemade, fresh and nutritious, of course – then please let us know in advance so we can pass the message on to your host. If there’s anything you’d rather not eat, whether for moral, sensory or digestive reasons, please don’t hesitate to let us know before you travel. We won’t charge you a penny extra.
•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 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.
Great for •Families •Groups •Non skiers •Catered Chalets
Snow Report: Top 400cm, Bottom 260cm
Snow Forecast: 20cm expected this week
Snow History: February average depth 153.33cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Chambéry (CMF)||145km, 1h45|
|Geneva (GVA)||180km, 2h40|
|Grenoble (GNB)||210km 2h50|
Val d'Isere lift pass price last reported as €225 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet La Grande Casse.
Night skiing: Yes, every Thursday
Val d'Isere has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October - May.
|Top of slopes:||3,300m|
|Bottom of piste:||1,550m|
|Total length of trails:||150km|
|Longest piste:||10km (Tignes)|
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