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A traditional Alpine ski lodge offering luxury self-catering accommodation near Morzine. Chalet Gueret offers outstanding amenities and great comfort, with magnificent far reaching views. It is situated within one of the most extensive and varied ski areas in Europe, the Portes du Soleil..

Gueret at a Glance:
  • 6 spacious bedrooms, all ensuite
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Sumptuous open-plan living/dining area
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • TV/ GB channels/games room
  • Concierge service
  • Short drive to Portes du Soleil  lifts
  • Sleeps up to 14 (or 18 with the apartment)
  • Sauna/spa treatment room
  • Log fire
  • Optional tailored catering package
  • Separate library and extra dining room/study
  • Off-street parking
  • Boot room

Chalet Gueret is an eighteenth century farmhouse that was completely rebuilt to the highest luxury standards. It has a wonderfully restorative atmosphere, and is a beautiful place to relax, spend time and enjoy the superb views. With all its facilities and comfort, it is particularly well suited to groups that include skiers and non-skiers. For more details, see Accommodation.

The chalet is let on a self-catering basis. However, you will be looked after by our charming concierge. Chalet Gueret therefore combines the fantastic service of the very best catered chalets, with the freedom to choose from a range of bespoke services. We also have negotiated a number of discounts with ski hire, ski school and transfer companies, all of which we totally pass on to our clients.

“This charming chalet in a sleepy hamlet near Morzine in the Portes du Soleil was built 30 years before the French Revolution. I stayed here on a couple of occasions 10 years ago and fell in love with the place. Tragically, it burnt down in 1997, but has now been rebuilt in the traditional style but with 21st-century comforts.” Daily Telegraph, Top 50 Ski holidays