Chilled Mountain Chalet

Alpe d'Huez - Oz-en-Oisans, Southern Alps, France: catered, sleeps 2/10 Modern and well appointed chalet, ideal for families and groups of up to 10. Located just 50m from ski lift in a lovely traditional village. Fully catered with live in hosts.

Chilled Mountain Chalet

  • Chilled Mountain Chalet can be found in the small family friendly village of Oz, located in an extensive ski area for skiers and boarders within easy reach of busy airports such as Grenoble (1 1/4 hrs) and Lyon (1 1/2 hrs).
  • The chalet is within yards of the nearest ski lifts allowing access to the extensive Grandes Rousses domain which includes both Alpe D'Huez and Vaujany. At the end of the day, you can ski straight back to the door.
  • The Massif des Grandes Rousses ski area is vast and varied, with 220 kms of runs consisting of 41 greens, 28 blues, 27 reds and 14 blacks including the longest black descent in the Alps!
  • The Vaujany ski region extends from Vaujany to Alpe d'Huez , with 65 kms of runs and 35 slopes catering for every ability.

Accommodation:

  • 5 bedrooms.
  • Luxury fit out including flat screen televisions, games console and original artwork
  • Each bedroom has twin beds which link together to form a kingsize double with luxury toppers
  • Chalet Galibier has four bathrooms with either a large bath or power shower.
  • Chalet L'Etendard has two large bathrooms, a shower room and a separate WC.
  • The open plan living and dining area provides a sociable environment to relax in the evening with a glass of wine, or maybe a coffee and a book for the odd morning off the slopes.

Facilities:

barbecue,  boot dryers,  cot/highchair,  games console,  home cinema,  iPod docking station,  open fireplace,  pets allowed,  private parking (open),  satellite/cable TV,  wheelchair accessible,  wifi (free in-room),  wifi (free public area)

Cuisine:

Catered option: 
  • Breakfast with hot option for 7 days (self-service 1 day)
  • Afternoon Tea with a fresh cake on 6 days
  • Stylish three course dinner on 6 days
  • High tea option for children
  • Complimentary wine with dinner. Good French table wine included with the option to purchase some special bottles from our cellar.
Your holiday also includes:
  • Sunday change over.
  • Bed linen and beds are made before arrival.
  • Daily cleaning
  • Afternoon cakes and biscuits
  • Towels including mid week change
  • Flat screen satellite TV for all your favourite shows
  • Cots and bed linen, highchairs, baby monitors, children's books and toys available
  • Open log fire
  • Parking space in front of the chalet
  • In the summer a BBQ is available.
  • Tea and coffee making facilities are available to guests all day.
  • Stunning views

Services:

  • Transfers to and from airport
  • Welcome drink and guide round the resort including ski hire and lift passes on arrival
  • Help with arranging childcare 50m from the chalet

Resort & location information:

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Resort name: Alpe d'Huez - Oz-en-Oisans

Ski area: Grandes Rousses Country: France Amenities: adventure park,  bus stop,  canyoning,  cash withdrawal facility,  childcare,  climbing wall,  cross country skiing,  cycling,  fishing,  free shuttle bus,  glacier skiing,  heliskiing,  high altitude restaurants,  high ropes course,  hiking,  ice grotto,  ice rink,  lake,  massage,  mountain biking,  mountaineering,  night skiing,  night sledging,  off piste guiding,  ski jouring,  ski school,  skiing,  skiing/snowboarding,  sledging pistes,  snowboard school,  snowshoe walking,  supermarket,  swimming pool (indoor),  swimming pool (outdoor),  tennis,  torch lit descents,  tourist office,  via ferrata
Contact
tel: UK - 7446949214
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Guest reviews:

Chilled Mountain, the perfect ski retreat

"I have just returned from a fantastic week at Chilled Mountain. This chalet in the quiet mountain village of Oz en Oisans is the perfect retreat after a hard days skiing.

The chalet is beautifully appointed with five bedrooms, lots of bathrooms and complimented by a roaring log fire. We stayed as a group of ten adults and chalet hosts Dave and Liz could not have been more friendly or accomodating. The food was absolutely delicious and washed down with a few choice wines.

The village is pedestrianised and has its own beginner slope and you have a choice of bubble lifts to wisk you up to a vast ski domaine with easy greens and the more demanding stuff if you are looking for it.

If you are looking for great accomodation with excellent food in just the perfect location....look no further than Chilled Mountain. I can't recommend it too highly, they exceeded all our expectations.

A very satisfied customer,"
Malcolm 22 Jan 09

Best chalet in the area

"For the location of a chalet this is by far the best I've stayed in. As a regular visitor to the Alpe d'huez area; mainly because of my interest in skiing and cycling, I've stayed in a few places. This chalet is simply the most relaxing place to stay - literally walking distance to one of the main lifts (I loathe lugging my skis around) and a balcony with views over the lake below like no other in Oz. Inside the decor is sumptuous and warm and each room has plenty of space - unlike some chalets I've stayed in where you're simply living on top of each other.

I very pleasant experience all round.


Full marks!!

"
sponaa 23 Jan 08

Breathtaking views and comfort

"As a ski resort novice Chilled Mountain Chalets really set the positive tone for the rest of my break. They are simply and freshly decorated with plenty of bathrooms (very important!) and space in the communal area and all rooms can be made up as twins or comfortable doubles. The view from the lounge / dining area (where there's also a spacious balcony) and some of the bedrooms is breathtaking. The catering is lush and Claire and James were extremely friendly and knowledgeable about the facilities on offer.

An added bonus is their proximity to the village amenities and ski lifts - most welcome when you're not used to walking in ski boots!"
Sarah 21 Jan 08