Chalet Inora Bed & Breakfast, your Mountain Home in Chamonix.

Chalet in Chamonix with Log fire, Wi-Fi, Childcare available, Airport Transfers available, DVD, Parking Available

Chalet 7313

Bed and breakfast, Sleeps 12 - 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms

Facilities: Log fire, Wi-Fi, Childcare available, Airport Transfers available, DVD, Parking Available, BBQ, Cot Available, Washing Machine, Dishwasher

Suitable for: Family / Child friendly, Pets allowed, Short breaks

Location type: Mountains, Good nightlife, Village, Town, Ski resort

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Chalet Inora is a 12 person chalet in Chamonix, nestled between the famous peaks of the Mont Blanc Massif. Spacious and on its own private grounds the chalet offers a peaceful and relaxed break.

Inora the Goddess of Glaciers" resigns in the cold glaciers of the mountain peaks, occasionally coming down to cover the lands with snow and frost. She fights the forces of summer each and every year, proving that she can reign through every season.

Chalet “Inora” sleeps 12 people in 5 bedrooms (with room for up to 2 more guests on double fold-out sofas in the two 1st floor bedrooms). There are 5 double Bedrooms and one double bedroom with twin beds on the mezzanine. There are 2 bathrooms, both with a shower and one with a bath and shower. There is also a wash room on the 2nd of the chalets 3 spit levels conveniently located next to the kitchen and dinning room.

The Chalet has wonderful open plan architecture combined with antique chalet interior decor and furnishings, meaning that this chalet oozes character and class. Among the finest chalets of its range in Chamonix.

Chalet Inora occupies the position at the top of the garden guaranteeing complete privacy and, being slightly elevated its perfect for admiring the breath taking scenery of the Mont Blanc Massif.

Despite being close to the centre of the village, Chalet Inora's location guarantees peace and quiet, yet the main lift station "Le Flegere" takes only a couple of minutes to reach by car or less than 10 minutes to walk.

The living space is a real playground and is double height with oversize glass doors making the most of the valley views and the open fireplace and large south facing terrace mean that you need never lack for warmth whatever the weather. This open planed living and dining area is ideal for relaxing after a long day skiing and if the weather is bad, you may be tempted to not even leave the comfort of the chalet and the super comfy couches! The 12 person dining table is the perfect place to experience our famous hospitality and mouth-watering cuisine you may wow your guests with your own delights or even just lay out a spread while enjoying quality time in the company of friends and family.

The spacious ski room is easily accessible and gives direct access to the drive way and the winter wonderland waiting for you outside.

All of our chalets are non-smoking.

Chalet Inora is a great place for a skiing holiday for families of two or three generations but perhaps even better for parties of friends. As with all our chalets the service is foremost. If you choose the catered option, Dinner is served on 6 evenings and breakfast is laied out on all seven days to ensure that you are ready to hit the slopes every morning. Perhaps most importantly, our team will go out of their way to ensure you have a truly fabulous snow sports holiday.

Chamonix is a mecca for downhill skiing for good reason. It has enough to keep skiers of all standards challenged and entertained for a lifetime, let alone a week. The off piste potential is limitless and the snow record enviable.

Chamonix has plenty to offer less enthusiastic skiers too. The Sports Centers facilities include swimming pools, climbing wall, multi activity sports hall, fitness suite, gym and a Wellness area with sauna.

Designated walking trails are a great way of appreciating the scenery and there is an ice rink, husky sledging, parapenting, cross country skiing and much more.

There is a wealth of quality restaurants in the village and on the mountain (many of which are accessible to non skiers). The shops and galleries offer some great shopping (both the window and the real varieties).

Chalet Inora is complemented by our Concierge service. Our team pride themselves on ensuring that service is seamless and anticipating your every need.

General information

Property type Chalet
Catered Bed and breakfast
Holiday theme Walking holiday, Sight-seeing, Romantic, Good night life, Cycling holiday, Hen & stag nights, Ski Holidays

Accommodation information

Bedrooms

4 bedrooms, sleeps maximum of 12 people

Bedroom 1: 1 large double bed

'Bellin' is our large double bedroom on the ground floor of Chalet Inora. This spacious room, complete with wardrobe storage, faces out towards the Brevent and Flegere Ski area giving you a spectacular view of the Aiguilles Rouges.

The room is named after the famous off-piste ski route of Brevent. Le couloir Bellin runs just under the cable car for 400m then, it joins the Brevent bowl with a total descent of 1500m to the valley floor.

Bedroom 2: 2 single beds and 1 large double bed

The Cosmiques room is a large double room, sleeping 2-4 people is one of two rooms situated on the first floor of our beautiful Chalet Inora. This is a very spacious room with a south facing aspect, overlooks the chalet grounds and enjoys spectacular views of both the Petite Dru, Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc.

Bedroom 3: 2 single beds and 1 double bed

The "Flegere" room is a large double family room and one of two rooms situated on the ground floor of our beautiful Chalet Inora. This is a very spacious room with a North facing aspect. "Flegere" can sleep 2 in a double bed and up to 2 more on the Mezzanine in single beds.

Bedroom 4: 1 double bed and 1 large double bed

Double Bedroom "Mallory" is one of two first floor rooms sleeping 2-4 people in Chalet Inora. This is a very spacious room and has a spectacular mountain view of the Aiguilles Rouges. The room is equipped with a large double bed and double pull-out sofabed, it also benefits from a large walk-in wardrobe providing plenty of storage space.

Bathrooms

3 bathrooms

Bathroom 1: toilet

Bathroom 2: bidet, bath, and shower

Bathroom 3: toilet, bidet, and shower

Dining room

Seats 15

Living room

Seats 12

2 double sofa beds

On-site facilities

Entertainment DVD, Television, CD Player, Radio
Communications & IT Internet access, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Leisure Table tennis, Games room
Heating Log fire, Central heating
Household Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Cot Available, Hob, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle, Highchair, Iron, Hairdryer, Towels/linen provided, Coffee Machine, Oven
Parking Parking Available
Other facilities Childcare available, Airport Transfers available, Balcony / Terrace, Garden, BBQ, Panoramic views, Cross Country Skiing, Heli Skiing

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Nearest airport Geneva at 100.0 km

Nearest railway at 1.0 km

Nearest motorway at 2.0 km

Nearest restaurant at 0.5 km

Nearest bar at 0.5 km

Car is not necessary

About Chamonix

The lively streets of Chamonix are a colourful mix of sport shops, guide offices, restaurants, bars and cafés. Every Saturday the town hosts an outdoor market brimming with local crafts and produce. On bad weather days there is a cinema, a bowling alley, an ice rink, a large sports centre with a pool, gym and indoor climbing wall and numerous museums in which to while away the day.

Situated in the Haute-Savoie region of France, Chamonix is bordered by Switzerland and Italy and dominated by the incredible Aiguilles de Chamonix mountain chain which peaks at the top of Mont Blanc (4810m) - the highest in Western Europe. The local population of Chamonix numbers around 10 000 inhabitants but this figure swells to nearly ten times that with the influx of tourists, climbers, alpinists, backpackers, students and seasonnaires. There are two distinct seasons here: summer and winter, but the area is busy for most of the year with different activities at the fore-front of people's minds.

Whilst the principal town is of the same name, 'Chamonix' is often used in reference to the whole valley, stretching over 28km from Le Fayet to Switzerland. It is, however, made up of several distinct and charming villages including Servoz, Les Houches, Les Bossons, Les Praz, Les Tines, Argentiere, Montroc, and at the top of the valley: Le Tour.

Servoz (816m) has been built on the site of an ancient lake which over the centuries was eventually filled in by landslides. The village is extremely picturesque and has numerous local artisans’ workshops to browse. Nearby is the superb Gorges de la Diosaz which is well worth a visit.

Les Houches (1000m) is composed of six hamlets and is the first big settlement you’ll come to in the valley. With its own lift-system and identity it is a ski resort in its own right and offers some exceptional skiing. (Be aware that the situation regarding whether or not the Les Houches ski area is included on the Mont Blanc Unlimited pass is a contentious one that changes from year to year, be sure to check what the current situation is before deciding where to stay in relation to where to ski.) Host to a number of world skiing events, Le Kandahar World Cup ski race is the highlight, held in February on the famous La Verte piste. The village is also the starting point for many attempts to climb Mont Blanc.

The famous 'needles of Chamonix Les Bossons (1010m) is perhaps the 'base-camp' of alpinism, as it is where the first high alpine excursions used to depart from. The village is calm nowadays with several chalets and hotels looking straight up on to the Glacier du Bossons and that of Taconnaz.

Les Praz (1050m) is home to the Chamonix Golf Course, several fine hotels and chalets, and of course the Flégère cable-car giving access to the ski area and Les Aiguilles Rouges nature reserve. Situated a short drive or 20 minutes walk to Chamonix Town, Les Praz is bordered by woodland and is the start or end of some great walks, runs, or bike rides.

Les Tines is a small development of charming hotels and chalets (some of them luxurious) that borders the upper limits of the golf course and offers superb views of Mont Blanc and further down the valley. On the plateau just above you will find the delightful hamlet of Le Lavancher, which is more than suited to a quiet getaway whilst remaining in easy reach of all there is to do.

Argentiere (1250m) is the biggest village in the valley (obviously excluding Chamonix town!) and is considered one of the foremost alpine ski resorts due to its enviable location at the foot of the powder fields of Les Grands Montets (1250-3300m). It has a great character of its own, with brightly coloured buildings, notable bars and restaurants, and several choice chalets, hotels and apartments. As a location you can't go far wrong and Argentiere provides a far more laid back atmosphere than Chamonix Town.

Lac Blanc at Flégère Beyond Argentiere, on the way to Le Tour lies the pretty hamlet of Montroc. Sadly best known for being the site of the massive avalanche that killed 12 people in their homes in 1999, all that remains of the tragedy now is a small memorial at the site of the slide. Although several new chalet developments have popped up here in the last couple of years, today all you will find at Montroc is peace and tranquillity.

Le Tour is a traditional Savoyarde village situated 4km north-east of Argentiere, right at the end of the valley. It is overlooked by the spectacular Le Tour Glacier and offers a marvellous opportunity for walkers to sample a little high-altitude terrain without undue technical difficulty. Le Tour also offers some of the best views of Mont Blanc and the Chamonix Valley.

Activities near Chamonix

Les Houches (1000m) is composed of six hamlets and is the first big settlement you’ll come to in the valley. With its own lift-system and identity it is a ski resort in its own right and offers some exceptional skiing. (Be aware that the situation regarding whether or not the Les Houches ski area is included on the Mont Blanc Unlimited pass is a contentious one that changes from year to year, be sure to check what the current situation is before deciding where to stay in relation to where to ski.) Host to a number of world skiing events, Le Kandahar World Cup ski race is the highlight, held in February on the famous La Verte piste. The village is also the starting point for many attempts to climb Mont Blanc.

The famous 'needles of Chamonix Les Bossons (1010m) is perhaps the 'base-camp' of alpinism, as it is where the first high alpine excursions used to depart from. The village is calm nowadays with several chalets and hotels looking straight up on to the Glacier du Bossons and that of Taconnaz.

Les Praz (1050m) is home to the Chamonix Golf Course, several fine hotels and chalets, and of course the Flégère cable-car giving access to the ski area and Les Aiguilles Rouges nature reserve. Situated a short drive or 20 minutes walk to Chamonix Town, Les Praz is bordered by woodland and is the start or end of some great walks, runs, or bike rides.

Les Tines is a small development of charming hotels and chalets (some of them luxurious) that borders the upper limits of the golf course and offers superb views of Mont Blanc and further down the valley. On the plateau just above you will find the delightful hamlet of Le Lavancher, which is more than suited to a quiet getaway whilst remaining in easy reach of all there is to do.

Argentiere (1250m) is the biggest village in the valley (obviously excluding Chamonix town!) and is considered one of the foremost alpine ski resorts due to its enviable location at the foot of the powder fields of Les Grands Montets (1250-3300m). It has a great character of its own, with brightly coloured buildings, notable bars and restaurants, and several choice chalets, hotels and apartments. As a location you can't go far wrong and Argentiere provides a far more laid back atmosphere than Chamonix Town.

Lac Blanc at Flégère Beyond Argentiere, on the way to Le Tour lies the pretty hamlet of Montroc. Sadly best known for being the site of the massive avalanche that killed 12 people in their homes in 1999, all that remains of the tragedy now is a small memorial at the site of the slide. Although several new chalet developments have popped up here in the last couple of years, today all you will find at Montroc is peace and tranquillity.

Le Tour is a traditional Savoyarde village situated 4km north-east of Argentiere, right at the end of the valley. It is overlooked by the spectacular Le Tour Glacier and offers a marvellous opportunity for walkers to sample a little high-altitude terrain without undue technical difficulty. Le Tour also offers some of the best views of Mont Blanc and the Chamonix Valley.

Local sports activities

Within 15 minutes: Mountain biking, Swimming, Horse riding, Climbing, Sports centre, Cycling, Flying, Skiing, Golf, Walking, Tennis

Local leisure activities

Within 15 minutes: Food shop, Cinema, Restaurant, Shopping, Historic site

Within 45 minutes: Zoo

Great for Walking holiday, Sight-seeing, Romantic, Good night life, Cycling holiday, Hen & stag nights, Ski Holidays

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