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Stylish ski chalet with fabulous views in hidden-gem resort
Low season: from €6,825 whole chalet catered; Mid: from €8,925; Peak: from €11,500.
Also available self-catered in non-peak weeks from €3,500.
Summer: from €2,300 whole chalet per week B&B; from €3,300 whole chalet fully catered

Sainte Foy
Sleeps: 8+2

Chalet Pecchio archway to mezzanine
Chalet Pecchio dining area and kitchen
Chalet Pecchio exterior in the snow
Chalet Pecchio bedroom with sleigh bed
Chalet Pecchio small double bedroom
Chalet Pecchio living area with woodburner
Chalet Pecchio bedroom with dual aspect
Chalet Pecchio living room in daytime
Chalet Pecchio view of mountains from balcony
Summer yoga class in the Alps
Rafting in the summer
Chalet Pecchio archway to mezzanineChalet Pecchio dining area and kitchenChalet Pecchio exterior in the snowChalet Pecchio bedroom with sleigh bedChalet Pecchio small double bedroomChalet Pecchio living area with woodburnerChalet Pecchio bedroom with dual aspectChalet Pecchio living room in daytimeChalet Pecchio view of mountains from balconySummer yoga class in the AlpsRafting in the summer

Chalet Pecchio is a gorgeously stylish ski chalet in a charming hamlet just outside the Tarentaise resort of Ste Foy, which itself is just down the road from Val d’Isère, Les Arcs, La Rosière and La Thuile in Italy.

It has great views and inside is a modern twist on classic Savoyard architecture. Really cosy, with delicious, homely food and wine. A bonus is also that it can be booked on a self-catered basis too in non-peak weeks, at a very reasonable €3,500 per week.

This cosy chalet is built in the classic Savoie style but with a modern twist inside. Instead of dark or toffee-coloured wood, all the interior wood is modern and bleached, making it feel almost more Swedish beach hut than traditional ski chalet. It is light and bright and beautifully contemporary, with a fantastic giant living area divided into two on either side of a central fireplace, lots of gorgeous sofas and high ceilings and colourful artwork everywhere.

The rooms in this luxury ski chalet are all extremely stylish, although slightly different in size. The master is a superb dual aspect room with beautiful en suite bathroom, while the others are a little smaller but still en suite. There are bathrobes, slippers, plentiful L’Occitane toiletries and hairdryers in each. There is also a children’s room on the mezzanine area which also has a shower room.

Chalet Pecchio can be either a fully catered ski chalet or a self-catered chalet, bookable on either basis (but catered only in peak weeks). When catered, the  food is genuinely excellent, with many repeat guests citing the food as the main reason for returning.

The catered chalet price includes breakfast, scrumptious afternoon tea and fabulous four-course evening meal plus drinks and lovely nibbles before dinner. The extremely quaffable house wines are changed each night and it is possible to upgrade to fancier wines such as a Chateauneuf-du-Pape.

When self-catered, a private chef can be arranged on an ad hoc basis at extra cost, or delicious meals can be delivered to the chalet and popped into the oven whenever suits.

The chalet has no spa facilities, but in-chalet massages can be arranged with local therapists.

Chalet Pecchio is a great chalet for children. There is not a specific kids room, but there is a lovely mezzanine area away from the main adult living room with big flatscreen TV. The chalet also has a pretty, safe garden for little ones to play in. There is an excellent crèche at Ste Foy which will take young ones from the age of three, and private nannies can be arranged. Some babysitting is possible with the staff, but mostly it is sub-contracted out. Two of the rooms would also easily take a cot.

The views and the range of different world class resorts nearby, all within just 15-20 minutes’ drive away.

The lack of spa facilities.


This luxury ski chalet is tucked away high up among old farm buildings and chalets and is perfectly situated for excursions to Val d’Isère and Tignes, Les Arcs, and La Rosière in Italy as well as Sainte Foy itself. It also faces south towards the top end of the Tarentaise valley so is bathed in light, and its views up towards Val d’Isère and across to Mont Pourri and the Vanoise National Parc are just heaven. The approach to the chalet is up a cute little winding village road, too, making it feel genuinely rustic.


Chambéry is technically the nearest airport to this Sainte Foy chalet, but there are limited flights into it. Geneva is usually the best bet, and the run takes around 2 hrs 30 mins. The chalet price excludes airport transfers, but it can lay these on at an extra cost. It will, however, pick up for free at the nearest train station, Bourg St Maurice, which is just 15 minutes away.

  • Bedrooms: 4 (+ mezzanine which can sleep 2)
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Available Summer and Winter
  • Location: in the lovely alpine hamlet of Le Miroir, 10 minutes drive from the lifts at Villager and Ste Foy, 15 minutes from La Rosière, 20 minutes from Tignes and Val d’Isère.  Daily transfer to chosen resort in private minibus.
  • Wifi
  • Bootwarmers
  • Log Fire
  • Parking
  • Saturday changeover

Leave room for Margaret the chef’s afternoon teas. Her signature carrot and olive oil cake are matched only by her chocolate brownies for extreme deliciousness.


“Superb hosts, superb accommodation, superb time.
A big thank you.”

“All our needs and much more taken care of with welcoming friendliness – felt like being part of the family! Chalet gorgeous out and in – spacious and so comfortable. Back soon! Thank you very much.”

“The perfect Alpine retreat in the middle of our honeymoon. So much so we stayed longer than planned. We will be back!”

“What a wonderful week we’ve had! LOVE the chalet and Margaret and Nick are the most fantastic hosts. What food, what service! Nothing was too much trouble. We LOVED it.”


If you would like to make an enquiry or a booking of this luxury ski chalet, please telephone –  +44 (0)7772 853996 or click here to send me a message.

Remember, I have visited all the chalets we feature so can give you totally unbiased, independent advice on all of them. The prices I quote are also the list prices quoted by the chalets themselves, so there is no advantage in going to the chalets direct.

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