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Andree Spagnolo
Les Bottières
St Pancrace


1 reviews

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price from €600






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This chalet is perfect for accommodating up to 8 people. The kitchen is fully equipped with a ceramic hob, extractor, fridge-freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. There is a cozy dining area and a lounge with a TV and DVD player. The chalet includes 4 bedrooms: one room with a 140 bed that opens onto a wooden deck, a second room with a 140 bed, and two bedrooms with 90 beds, one of which has a balcony. There is a bathroom on each floor, one with a shower, sink, and washing machine, and the other with a bath and washbasin. The chalet also has a separate toilet on each floor. There is a carport for parking, and outside you can enjoy a barbecue and garden furniture.


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Magnifique séjour
Review by: Francois-Xavier Bullot, Jan 16 2014 2:20AM
Chalet d'un bon standing, propre, bien équipé et très agrable à vivre (au calme). Propriétaire charmante. Belle location

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Take the A43 motorway and exit at St Jean de Maurienne. Then, head towards the Valley St Pancras Arvan, specifically the Bottières.



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  • Les Bottières Ski Resort: Located in the picturesque Maurienne Valley, Les Bottières Ski Resort offers an excellent skiing and snowboarding experience for visitors of all levels. Enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains while exploring the well-groomed slopes.
  • Col de la Croix de Fer: A renowned mountain pass in the French Alps, Col de la Croix de Fer is a favorite among cyclists and hikers. The road offers stunning vistas and challenging terrain, making it a must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Opinel Museum: Situated in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, just a short drive from Les Bottières, the Opinel Museum showcases the history and craftsmanship of the famous Opinel knives. Discover the story behind these iconic French knives and explore the various models and designs on display.
  • Le Grand Filon: Located in Saint-Georges-d'Hurtières, Le Grand Filon is a former iron mine transformed into an interactive museum. Visitors can delve into the mining history of the region, explore the underground galleries, and learn about the life of miners through exhibits and guided tours.
  • Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne Cathedral: This beautiful cathedral in the heart of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne is a remarkable example of Romanesque architecture. Admire its impressive façade and step inside to discover its stunning stained glass windows and intricate interior details.
  • Lac de Saint-André: Situated near Saint-André, this serene lake offers a peaceful retreat for nature lovers. Enjoy a leisurely walk around the lake, indulge in a picnic, or try your hand at fishing while admiring the tranquil surroundings.
  • Château de Montmayeur: Located in Villargondran, the Château de Montmayeur is a historical castle dating back to the 13th century. Explore its well-preserved towers and walls, and learn about its rich history through informative displays and guided tours.
  • Opinel Workshop: Visit the Opinel workshop in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to witness the production process of these famous knives firsthand. Discover the craftsmanship involved in creating these iconic tools and explore the on-site store to purchase your own Opinel knife.
  • Montvernier Hairpin Bend Road: A popular spot for driving enthusiasts, the Montvernier Hairpin Bend Road features 18 hairpin turns carved into the mountainside. The road offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and is a must-visit for those seeking an adrenaline rush. 10. Maison des Artisans: Located in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, the Maison des Artisans showcases the work of local craftsmen and artisans. Browse through a variety of unique handmade items, including pottery, woodwork, jewelry, and more, and support local artists by purchasing their creations.