Chalet Peche, Val Thorens

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3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
Our holiday was generally very good but the chalet was quite dilapidated and not quite what I expected from 4 star accommodation. Inside it was very tired looking and basic and in the room we had, the heating didn’t work at all and it was quite cold. When you have wet stuff that needs to dry overnight after ... + more
Mr Gunby
3 out of 5
Inspiring views greet you from this lofted position above the resort of Val Thorens and make you want to get out there into that epic landscape. And you're in luck because, not only are you a matter of minutes walk from both the piste and town, but both are practically skiable across small off-piste sections (a... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Chalet Peche

Chalet apartment Pêche is situated in the Balcons Residence, with excellent access to the skiing, just 200 metres (approx.) away. Competent skiers can ski practically to the door in good conditions. For beginners the shuttle bus stops right outside. The shops, lively bars and restaurants of Val Thorens are just a short walk away.

Superb access to ski hire - Only 30 metres (approx.) from rental shop


Overview - chalet description - Chalet Peche description

This chalet apartment at the top of Val Thorens holds a commanding position over the resort. The décor is typically alpine in style with a spacious living/dining area, wood burning stove and satellite TV. Most rooms enjoy en suite or private facilities with Jacuzzi baths. Guests staying in these chalets will be able to use the new infinity pool with fabulous views over the Val Thorens Valley in addition to gym facilities, sauna and steam room. There are also beauty and well-being treatments available and payable locally. All these facilities are located in the heart of the Balcons complex, close to the chalets.


Facilities - Chalet Peche features

  • All Rooms with Private Facilities: Yes
  • Bedrooms: 6 - All en suite or with private facilities
  • Car Parking: Yes
  • Open Fire: Yes
  • Piste/Lift: 200 Metres
  • Sauna/Steam Room: Yes
  • Ski Bus: Outside chalet
  • Swimming Pool: Yes
  • Town centre: 5 mins walk
  • WiFi: Yes

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Entrance floor:
Room 1 = twin (beds close together) with Jacuzzi bath, private WC and shared balcony
Room 2 = large twin with Jacuzzi bath and WC plus 2 additional single beds
  • Open plan kitchen/living/dining area with satellite TV and balcony
  • Separate shower
First floor:
Rooms 3 & 4 = 2 twins with Jacuzzi bath and WC (under eaves)
Room 5 = twin with private Jacuzzi bath and WC (under eaves not en suite)

First floor mezzanine:
Room 6 = twin with Jacuzzi bath and WC

Chalet staff live out.

Room Supplements
Rooms 1,3 & 4 add £2 pp/pn
Room 6 add £4 pp/pn
Room 2 when occupied by 2 add £5 pp/pn. When occupied by 3 adults or 2 adults and a child, waive the supplement and by 4 adults deduct £3 pp/pn. If both extra beds are occupied by children aged 2-11 they pay half brochure price


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Peche

We update Chalet Peche'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 Peche 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:
Sat 15 Dec 201815/12/18
£741£712
Sat 22 Dec 201822/12/18
£1165£1146
Sat 29 Dec 201829/12/18
Sold Out 
Sat 05 Jan 201905/01/19
£888
Sat 12 Jan 201912/01/19
£952
Sat 19 Jan 201919/01/19
£1011£1002
Sat 26 Jan 201926/01/19
£1016
Sat 02 Feb 201902/02/19
Sold Out 
Sat 09 Feb 201909/02/19
£1102
Sat 16 Feb 201916/02/19
£1614£1594
Sat 23 Feb 201923/02/19
£978
Sat 02 Mar 201902/03/19
£943
Sat 09 Mar 201909/03/19
£937
Sat 16 Mar 201916/03/19
£917
Sat 23 Mar 201923/03/19
£885
Sat 30 Mar 201930/03/19
£1037
Sat 06 Apr 201906/04/19
£1205
Sat 13 Apr 201913/04/19
Sold Out 
This package holiday to Chalet Peche in Val Thorens, France departs Saturday 23rd 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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Resort - about Val Thorens - about holidays in Val Thorens - about ski holidays in Val Thorens - about ski holidays in Val Thorens France

Highest resort in Europe Top of the world's biggest interlinked ski area Foodie Favourite Off-slope activities galore

This is Europe's highest resort, with incredible views of the French, Swiss and Italian Alps and fantastic connections to the rest of the enormous Three Valleys. Holidays here are perfect for varied and snow-sure terrain in a laid back, friendly atmosphere. If you're early or late in the season, or in a year with poor snowfall, this place will give you some of the best conditions in the Alps!

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Snow Sure Non skiers

Val Thorens webcam

Snow Report: Top 320cm, Bottom 220cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 91cm

Val Thorens trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)112km 1h 35
Grenoble (GNB)200km, 2h 15
Geneva (GVA)160km, 2h 30
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1971

Val Thorens lift pass price last reported as €208 (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Peche.
Night skiing: Torch lit descents available
Val Thorens has N, NE, NW, S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - May.

Town altitude: 2300m
Top of slopes: 3200m
Bottom of piste: 1800m
Vertical drop: 1,430m
Total length of trails:140km
Longest piste:5km
2300m at the top of the Three Valleys, VT is the highest ski resort in Europe and part of the biggest linked ski area on the planet. While it’s a place for people who above all else, love to ski, you’ll also find some of the country’s best après including the legendary Folie Douce, as well as weird and wonderful activities like the 1300m Tyrolienne zipwire. Olde worlde gallic charm it isn’t, but skiers will wake up to find some of the best snow in the Alps literally on their doorstep, and the views over ...
At the summit of the largest ski area in the world and bordering the Vanoise National Park, this is a spectacular place to ski and board. Beginners are well catered for on nursery slopes by the Rond Point des Pistes, where the magic carpets often don't require a lift pass. Kids will love the Junior Park, while the Musaraigne and Campagnols runs in the beginner’s area and the new Deux Combes green are perfect to practice on. With a bit more confidence, take the Pionniers or Plein Sud chairs for some lovely lon...
The après ski here easily rivals other top resorts in the Alps. If you haven't already had the Folie Douce experience, head just under the Plein Sud lifts where the “dancefloor on top of the world” is heaving from 3pm. Another place to party is Bar 360 at the end of the blue Moraine run, which always has live music and cheaper plonk. Back in town, Rue de Gebroulaz is a hub of lively bars where O’Connells is the local Irish pub and the Frog and Roastbeef is a long-time favourite of Brits (if you can drink the...

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"Not as expected"

Mr Gunby
3/ out of 5
Our holiday was generally very good but the chalet was quite dilapidated and not quite what I expected from 4 star accommodation. Inside it was very tired looking and basic and in the room we had, the heating didn’t work at all and it was quite cold. When you have wet stuff that needs to dry overnight after a day’s skiing it’s a bit of a pain as well as being quite uncomfortable. Luckily the chalet host was very helpful and got hold of an electric heater but even then it wasn’t quite warm enough. The room also had a very low roof so although it was quite big, you could only really use one half of it because the rest was too low. It was big enough for the 4 of us but only had one bit of furniture so we had to live out of our suitcases. The host cooked decent food and we had a good meal in the Petit Ferme on the chalet day off. The location was fine, not totally ski in ski out but not far off the slopes. The walk down was reasonable, a little too tricky with our 5 year old but fine for grown-ups. You can get on a shuttle bus if you don’t want to walk but even this was a bit of hassle with a young child. At the end of the day you can ski down a narrow icy ramp which shoots off a ski run and takes you back to the chalet. It was marked as blue when we were here and is definitely not a blue – it’s very very steep, goes round a corner and ends quite suddenly - I noticed they’d changed it to a red recently which is definitely more accurate. If they said it was 2 star and I’d paid half the price I would have been happier.

"A high point in Europe's highest resort"

Sno man, Sno Staff
4/ out of 5
Inspiring views greet you from this lofted position above the resort of Val Thorens and make you want to get out there into that epic landscape. And you're in luck because, not only are you a matter of minutes walk from both the piste and town, but both are practically skiable across small off-piste sections (ability dependant of course), just adding to the excitement of staying in such an impressive alpine area. If skiing isn’t yet quite your forte fear not, the bus stops right outside the building making it very easy to get around, especially if you decide to go and explore the après ski side of this purpose-built mountain town (be sure to visit our friends Duncan and Rory at Le Frog and Rosbeef which holds the record as the highest pub in France).
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Mr Gunby
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