Book in a hamlet to recharge your batteries
A cocoon nestled in the heart of the valley
Immerse yourself in the relaxing and cocooning atmosphere of a mountain stay far from the noise and activity of the heart of the ski resorts. Take the time to appreciate the privilege of calm before the hustle and bustle of the slopes, and allow yourself a moment to take a deep breath of fresh air and feel like you're alone in the world. Stand up, breathe, you are part of the Valley.
An accessible calmBeing quiet does not mean being isolated. Our chalets and apartments in the hamlets allow you to be quiet while still having easy access to ski lessons, ski hires and ski slopes. Thanks to the free shuttle service in our valley, you can easily get around without taking your car and enjoy the many activities.
Book in a hamlet to get together
With friends or in a group
What better way to get together with friends than to have your own chalet ? On our website you will find a selection of accommodations in the different hamlets around Saint-Martin-de-Belleville. Ideal for groups of friends who like to get together and enjoy their independence ! Enjoy accommodation for 1 to 31 people according to your budget and your needs.
Tailor-made equipment to make the most of your stay
You will find in our chalets many facilities adapted to your needs :
Garage to protect your car from the snow and cold
Panoramic terrace to enjoy the fresh air and the view of the snowy mountains
Ski lockers and boot dryer 🤩
Toilet service and beds made on arrival for a light-hearted stay
Relaxation area to recharge your batteries and take care of yourself
Fireplace or wood stove for a warm and mountainous atmosphere.
Book in a hamlet to live like a Savoyard
The atypical life
Why not immerse yourself in the Savoyard atmosphere during your stay? Take advantage of your vacation to discover the typical Savoyard architecture. The different hamlets have kept the charm and the alpine architecture. Let yourself be tempted by the winter atmosphere and discover or rediscover the Savoyard life.