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Four star rental chalet - 240m² - La Giettaz - Les Portes du Mont Blanc - Connection with Combloux - Megève 


12 people max, including 11 adults

6 bedrooms

4 bathrooms, 3 of which are ensuite



Linen provided, beds made on arrival
Courtesy vehicle
Slope 300m, ski school 1km, village 5km
Renovated mountain chalet surrounded by nature

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From €2170
Instant booking & secure online payment
Owner-direct rates (best price guaranteed)
Short breaks possible (in low season)

About the cottage Philomena

Nothing has been forgotten in the renovation of this traditional 4-star chalet for 12 in La Giettaz, a peaceful smaller resort between Megève and La Clusaz. This magnificent chalet dated 1828 reinterprets the codes of traditional Savoyard architecture and offers a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and forest. Everything has been thought out to offer you the most pleasant stay, with family or friends, in the middle of nature. You will immediately be charmed by the large living room, the warm decoration and the many amenities and, depending on the season of your stay, by the sight of deer and hinds grazing around the chalet. The chalet has six bedrooms on the ground floor, 3 of which are en-suite. On the upper floor, you will enjoy a living space of more than 110 m2 including a main living room, a TV lounge, a reading area, a fireplace area, an open kitchen, a dining area and a laundry room. You will also find lots of fun equipment that will delight young and old alike : video games (PS4, Wii), many DVDs and board games. Chalet Philomena is supplied with water from natural springs, disinfected with ultraviolet light (no problem for showering/brushing teeth or for cooking, it can be consumed but the most fragile will use bottled water). As water is a precious resource affected by climate change, the choice was made not to equip the chalet with water-hungry nordic bath or jacuzzi but with an outdoor barrel sauna that will enhance your stay by bringing you a touch of well-being and relaxation.

chalet Philomena
chalet au pied des pistes

Map of the ski slopes and itinerary of the Philomena-ski lifts (1 km) ski-in/ski-out with recovery of the blue Tréfléannaise slope (or by car following the route de la Crépinière)
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Prime location

Chalet Philomena is just 1km from the ski-in/ski-out ski lifts or 1.5km by car and less than 5km from the village of La Giettaz; A prime location for skiers, hikers and mountain bikers.

ATTENTION: Please note that access to the chalet can become very slippery in winter in snowy conditions: we recommend that you equip your vehicle with chains for added safety.

Slopes : 100 m (opposite)

Ski lifts : 1 km

Ski passes : 1.5 km (snow front)

Ski school : 1.5 km (snow front)

Sledge dogs : 2 km

Village / shops : 5 km

Distances by car :

Geneva: 1h30

Annecy: 1 hour

Chamonix: 1h10

Saint-Gervais les Bains: 50 mn

Megève / Praz sur Arly: 20/25 mn

La Clusaz : 25 mn


Philomena chalet's key features

Natural setting, without vis-a-vis, altitude 1350m

10 mins from the Aravis pass, between Megève (25 mins) and La Clusaz (20 mins)

Balcony facing south, patio with a view of the Aravis range

Ski slope located in front of the chalet, reachable ski-in

Resort : Les Portes du Mont Blanc 

Departure hikes at the foot of the chalet

Non-smoking chalet

Pets not allowed

Outdoor sauna

Equipped ski-room

Fireplace (for use in autumn/winter, see equipment list)

2 parental ensuite bedrooms (shower + bath)

1 parental ensuite bedroom (shower)

1 double bedroom

1 dormitory with 2 single beds

1 dormitory with 2 bunk beds

1 individual bathroom with double sinks

2 separate toilets

5 parking spaces

Vue intérieure du chalet Philomena

Can-Am Traxter Slideshow of Chalet Philomena 

Access and parking

Chalet and parking spaces (x5):
- 3 accessible spaces at the bottom of the chalet for all types of vehicles including non 4WD vehicles, snow tyres/chains essential in winter (at least for the last kilometre before accessing the chalet),
- 2 accessible spaces at the top of the property for 4WD vehicles . 

Loan of a 4x4 Can-Am Traxter vehicle on request.  Click here for the terms and conditions of use of this courtesy vehicle (free option).


La Giettaz en Aravis 

La Giettaz (pronounced "La Giette" by the locals) is a typical Savoyard village nestled on the edge of the Col des Aravis, on the border between Savoie and Haute-Savoie. This secret setting, voted the most beautiful village in Savoie in May 2023, is a link between the Aravis and the Val d'Arly of which it is a part. Its neighboring villages are La Clusaz on the other side of the pass (20 mins by car) and Praz-sur-Arly and Megève (respectively 20 mins and 25 mins by car). Chalet Philomena is perfectly placed since it is located in Plan de La Giettaz, the hamlet of the village which is home to the ski resort and the departure of the ski lifts (see map below). La Giettaz is part of the Portes du Mont Blanc ski area and its 100 km of slopes which connect the resorts of Megève-Jaillet, Combloux and La Giettaz. The proximity to the resorts of La Clusaz or Notre Dame de Bellecombe or Les Saisies will also allow you to vary the pleasures winter and summer because when the snow melts, it gives way to a fabulous playground for cyclists and hikers!


In winter,  you will enjoy a wonderful ski chalet nestled between the Petit and Grand Croisse Baulet and Torraz mounts , located in the ski area of Les Portes du Mont Blanc on the edge of the track. You will be able to admire the skiers evolving on the large blue run which snakes in front of the chalet. During the other seasons, the snow gives way to outdoor activities. In spring or summer, you enjoy hiking or cycling trails that start directly at the foot of the property, no need to take the car. In autumn, the rutting roar of the deers and the shimmering colors of Indian summer will be the unmissable rendezvous for nature lovers! 

Choose your season below to discover the activities, the map of the slopes ...

Webcam at the summit of Torraz (1930 m)

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