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Welcome to Chandon

A subtle alliance between tradition and modernity

The two rare and exceptional  XVIIth century chalets, old style barns in Méribel valley, are perfect for 6 persons and 8 persons respectively. Quiet and relaxing places to appreciate the art of mountain living and to relax after a day of hiking, skiing or family outing. 

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Le Bûcher

6 persons

For  centuries, le Bucher contained firewood from the timber cut from the Arcossais forest. Its small triangular recesses remains a mystery.

La Grange

8 persons

Long time ago, la Grange sheltered hay to feed the Tarine breeds cows, staying in the stable warmth during winter.

In the heart of the classified barns of Chandon

The built vernacular of Chandon hamlet presents grouped constructions and adjoining buildings, serviced by narrow and steep alleys. At the bottom of the hamlet, the multi-level and cascading barns on the slope are facing the alignment of houses.

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Covid-19

We commit to a full refund should your bookings be disrupted by government imposed restrictions due to Covid-19... The chalets are disinfected before each arrival and hydroalcoholic gel / masks kits are available. So do no hesitate, come and take fresh air and space in our mountains!

25% discount with code covid19 when booking on this website. Valid until  31 March 2021.

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No need to use your car

2 private parking places

Every 15min, a free schuttle brings you in 5min to the ski lifts

2min drive to the gondola lift (free parking places)

You can ski down until the Chalet at the end of the day

The owners, Marie-Claude and Daniel

In parallel to our international careers, we are very attached to the idea of preserving the Méribel valley heritage. We support the initative of the municipality of Les Allues regarding the protection of the houses and barns located in Chandon.

We initiate the first restoration: La Maison de Marie, a bourgeois-style house with a wrought-iron balcony from Italy. In 2015, we begin the restoration of Les Granges de Chandon by Le Bûcher. La Grange was restored in 2018. We speak fluently French, English and Dutch.

Les Granges de Chandon

At the bottom of Chandon hamlet, in the grouped and adjoining buildings: multi-level and cascading barns facing the alignment of houses.

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