The chalet location is great with easy access to both the slopes and the town centre. The chalet interior feels a little dated in places but the facilities are good and it is generally well priced for what you get.
The Olan (named after a local mountain) has some pretty incredible views of the mountains from the large south-facing wrap-around balcony, perfect if you love getting a good sunset picture! It's also not a bad spot to enjoy a drink or two before your home-cooked evening meal.
The chalet sits in a peaceful residential area with easy access to one of the main lifts in the resort - the Diable chairlift 200m away. The Place de Venosc is only 100m away and has a good choice of bars, shops and cafés which are perfect for an evening stroll.
It's a really lovely place to relax and unwind. There's well-seasoned wood panelling on the walls which gives off an almost library-like calm. Couple that with the antique yet unfussy furniture and you have a rustic style with slightly contemporary soft furnishings to add to the appeal and atmosphere.
The Olan sleeps 10 to 13 people in five good sized bedrooms. Most are ensuite with a mix of twin, triple and quads meaning that any group make up can be handled easily here.
Each room is simple with rustic furniture, gorgeous wood panelling and cast iron radiators. The soft furnishings are sympathetic to the surroundings to create a real sense of warmth and style. You'll also find luxurious Temple Spa toiletries in each bathroom.
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Children under 15 are welcome when part of a group booking the whole chalet
Children under 15 are only accepted in this accommodation if you are booking the entire chalet.
Prices shown are based on an averaged pp price (including any group discount) when chalet is booked at Maximum Occupancy.
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Chalet is only available to be booked for sole use. These guide prices reflect the cost per person for whole chalet bookings. Please call for confirmed availability and cost.