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Fantastic Savoyard Farmhouse in 3 valleys ski area

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5 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
10 guests
5 nights minimum
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Mad March prices for last remaining weeks. Easter weeks still available! Recently renovated farmhouse and barn. This farmhouse is situated in a traditional Savoyard hamlet just minutes from the three Valleys ski area and has been renovated with great care and attention to a very high standard. Originally a large three storey farm building having a small house attached to the front, the building had a stable at the lowest level, a barn at the mid-level and a hayloft at the top. It has been converted into a spacious and comfortable family home with five bedrooms (all en-suite), a large living and dining area with wood burning stove and a modern kitchen with separate utility room. All rooms have underfloor heating. There is also a large mezzanine area with a small selection of pilates ...Mad March prices for last remaining weeks. Easter weeks still available! Recently renovated farmhouse and barn. This farmhouse is situated in a traditional Savoyard hamlet just minutes from the three Valleys ski area and has been renovated with great care and attention to a very high standard. Originally a large three storey farm building having a small house attached to the front, the building had a stable at the lowest level, a barn at the mid-level and a hayloft at the top. It has been converted into a spacious and comfortable family home with five bedrooms (all en-suite), a large living and dining area with wood burning stove and a modern kitchen with separate utility room. All rooms have underfloor heating. There is also a large mezzanine area with a small selection of pilates equipment. The house is accessed at ground level, leading into an impressive vaulted entrance and ski kit storage area with wooden bench seats which lift up to reveal boot storage. The underfloor heating extends under the benches to provide boot drying. The backs of the benches fold down for storage of gloves, hats etc. On this level there are also two twin bedrooms with en-suite shower, washbasin and WC. A wide spiral staircase gives access to…….. The mid-level, which is a large open plan living and dining area, kitchen, utility room and guest WC. Full height sliding glass doors and a south-facing balcony run along the length of this floor overlooking the decked garden and the wildflower meadow which slopes down from the parking area. The living and dining space is arranged as an area for relaxing with four settees and three ottomans round a low level “barn door” table and facing the wood burning stove. An “entertainment wall” at one end of this area has a large flat-screen TV, a Freesat satellite receiver and a blu ray player with “home cinema” speakers. There is also an Ipod dock and Internet Radio. The other end of this room has a large French walnut table comfortably seating eight to ten but which, with the addition of extra leaves can seat twelve plus. The modern kitchen has an island unit housing a large French range cooker and deep-drawer utensil storage all under granite worktops which also provide a small breakfast bar. Along the wall there is a run of kitchen units with a sink, a Bosch dishwasher and a Samsung American fridge freezer with ice and filtered water dispensers. Off the kitchen is a separate utility room with storage cupboards, double sink, Miele washer dryer and microwave. From the living and dining space the spiral staircase continues up to give access to ……… A large mezzanine gallery overlooking the dining area which is currently used as an exercise area. On this level there are also three bedrooms. Two twin bedrooms each with its own WC, washbasin and shower and a large master bedroom with bath, shower, washbasin and WC. All of these bedrooms have exposed beams and large triangular “barn” windows. On the balcony there is a small table and two chairs - (extra chairs in the entrance hall) from where guests can enjoy the view south over the village . The garden, which is planted as a wild flower meadow, slopes down from the private parking area to a large decked area with an outside table and chairs (stored in the entrance hall). There is private parking for 3 large or 4 small cars plus public parking in the village. Bed linen and towels are provided and beds are made up for your arrival. Catering Options We have 2 catering partners. Through hu.ski you can order pre-prepared full menus or build your own from a selection of individual frozen dishes. Gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options are available. Through hd ski and management, two options are available for groups of 10 or more: a. Daily delivery of pre-prepared evening meals for you to re-heat on your return from skiing. Breakfast is also available. b. A private chef will come to the house and prepare and serve high end restaurant level dining to you (and clear up afterwards). More details available on request. Additional accommodation for larger groups may be also available in the hamlet.More
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About the Owner
Alison Bramall M
Languages spoken:English, French
Response Rate:75%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:December 2014
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Reviewed February 3, 2019

The location is great, very close to St Martin de Belville and easy acces by care to other ski areas. The house is very comfortable with great ensuites to all rooms, comfortable beds, very well equipped kitchen and lots of seating in lounge area. Would...More

Date of stay: December 2018
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Seaside620036, VR Owner at Fantastic Savoyard Farmhouse in 3 valleys ski area, responded to this reviewResponded February 4, 2019

Thank you so much Anne. Really glad you enjoyed it. Hope to see you next year.

Reviewed February 25, 2015

Very well equipped house in a quiet and attractive hamlet near St Martin de Belleville. Attentive owner and good attention to detail. Thoroughly recommended.

Date of stay: February 2015
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Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Ask
DVD Player
Refrigerator
Washer
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Private Yard
Books
Hairdryer
TV
Parking
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Linens Provided
Internet Access
VCR
Toaster
Telephone
Stove
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Central Heating
Dryer
Dishwasher
Freezer
Cable/satellite TV
Iron
Stereo System
Hiking Trips
Microwave
Balcony
Mountain Views
Skiing: Property Is In A Ski Resort
Wi-Fi
Kettle
Terrace
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About the neighborhood
About the Area Located in the beautiful 'Three Valley's' Ski area, at an altitude of 1450m, the biggest ski area in the world with over 600km slopes and the same again off-piste.Fantastic skiing and snow boarding in Winter and spectacular walking, mountain biking and nature holidays in summer. In the winter, you can enjoy superb skiing and snowboarding in the biggest skiing area in the world. Gondolas connect the three valleys, so you can easily move between resorts. St Martin boasts an excellent ski school with 20 permanent instructors, with experience in high mountain, skiing, snowboarding, powder and moguls. For the non-skiers or when you fancy a day off you can take a walk on snowshoes or cross country skis or hire a dog sleigh. In the school holidays you can take part in a torchl...
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Other Travel options Geneva Airport 2 hours, Lyons St Exupéry Airport 2 hours, Grenoble-Isère Airport 2 hours
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