Own transport ideal. Close to Mountains for skiing, trails for hiking/mountain biking, also road biking with stunning views and climbing crags on our road. Views of Mont Blanc from the balconies.
From our south facing balcony, you can look directly onto the Mont Blanc Massif. The location is close to Les Houches Gare (2km) and Chamonix town (8km). Our place is good for couples and solo adventurers who want to enjoy the beautiful outdoors here in Chamonix Mont Blanc.
Open plan bedroom that can be used for a two people with 1 double bed or 2 single beds. The apartment has a shower room. Toilet. Kithcen. Louge area.
A parking space and storage space in our garage if you need it. Access to the apartment is up a steep road. The public transport ends at the bottom so it is best to have your own car when staying with us.
We will be more than welcome to help you understand the area, point out the best things to do and where to do them. We both work most days in Chamonix finishing late afternoon.
We live on a steep hill. Your own transport would be ideal, however it can be managed without if you don't mind walking. There are forest trails that cut through the road. Its 15mins to the train station at the bottom. If you walk a further 5/8mins from the train station you will arrive at the closest bus stop St Antoine.
Neat and tidy. We all share the space in our home so keeping it clean for everyone is a must. All of your belongings remain in your room. The kitchen can used for making tea and coffees, no food.
We live in an apartment block filled with local people. We respect each others privacy, parking spaces and watch our noise levels after 10.30pm
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