This magnificent 18th century Haut-Savoyard farmhouse is a must see in the Northern Alps. Spanning over a surface area of 320m2 and renovated with great attention to detail, to achieve authenticity and originality. Everything in this farmhouse has been designed to embrace modern comfort whilst maintaining it’s perfect rustic character. The large living room with a library/lounge and a panoramic view of the Mont-Blanc is perfect to admire the beautiful scenery in all seasons. You can even enjoy views of spectacular hazy pink sunsets. Pianists will be able to practice by the fireside, whilst in the kitchen home cooks can show off their skills with the Lacanche stove and plenty of other kitchen gadgets. For sleeping arrangements, each of the 4 bedrooms has their own dressing room and ensuites. Children will not be left out either in this home, with a child-friendly playroom filled with games and books. For larger groups access to one or more additional rooms can be requested.
This farmhouse is ideally located on an 8 hectares plot of land, and with no onlooking neighbours. Situated 5 minutes drive from the city center, with lots of shops and restaurants. In summer, you have access to various hiking and mountain biking trails from the chalet.
from Genève airport
from hiking trails
All with walk-in closet
3 are equipped with a desk
In each of the bedrooms
With walk-in shower
Bathrobes and slippers provided
Zip-line, pétanque area, large library, ping-pong table, musical instruments, trampoline, games room with board games and children's games
High chair and cot
"We love the high-quality renovation of this traditional farmhouse with a view of Mont-Blanc. A particularly laidback and family-friendly property, there's even a nearby farmer who can provide quality local products. A must do!" Amélie Fiat
from june 25 to july 9
from august 20 to 27
minimum stay 7 nights
from july 9 to august 20
minimum stay 7 nights
The owners of this chalet share their recommendations with us.
The good local restaurant ? Le Sérac Gourmand, La Table de ARmancette, Le Rond de Carotte in St-Gervais and many restaurants in Megève
The nearest market ? In Saint-Gervais on Thursday
The place to go for drinks or dancing ? Saint-Gervais, Megève or Chamonix!
The place not to be missed ? The view of Mont-Blanc or the baroque church of St-Nicolas de Véroce
The essential activity ? The Mont-Blanc train, the thermal baths of St-Gervais, numerous sports activities (hiking, trail running, mountain biking, horseback, paragliding, etc.), the Chemin du Baroque.