Chalet Les Grands Sorbiers is a fabulous and quirky chalet with stunning views over the Meribel Valley. There are plenty of secret nooks and crannies making it a really interesting place to stay. The wooden beams, wood-panelled walls, ladders and balconies give the feeling of staying in an alpine tree-house, looking out over the world below.
The chalet is arranged on 5 separate levels, with 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms. It sleeps 6 or 7 people, but can squeeze in up to 9, so ideal for one or two families, or a group of friends. The apartment is on the top-floor of a 14 apartment building.
Because the front door is also at the top of the building, you only have one flight of stairs to go down. Once inside, you feel like you’re in your own chalet.
The open-plan dining room and kitchen can comfortably seat 6. A large patio door leads onto the balcony that has fabulous views.
The cosy living room is perfect for relaxing in after a good day on the slopes. There is a TV with Freeview and a choice of DVD’s to watch if you fancy a movie. There is an IPod dock so you can play your tunes. For larger groups of 8 or 9 people, the living room is furnished with a single sofa bed, and has room for a camp-bed.
The chalet has Wi-fi internet access so you can keep in touch. There’s a ski and boot locker, washing machine, hair dryer in each room, and all mod-cons in the kitchen. Les Grands Sorbiers is a no smoking chalet, although you can smoke on the balcony.