3 Bedroom (Sleeps 7) Chalet in Lus-La-Croix-Haute

Stunning Mountain Views, Winter & Summer activities, located in the Vercours National Park. Walking distance to village shops, restaurants etc..
At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.
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Owner: Duncan Haldane
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  • Property Type: Chalet
  • Location: Lus-La-Croix-Haute
  • Sleeps: 7
  • Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum nights stay: 7
  • Low season price per week: £650
  • High season price per week: £850
  • Average price per week:£733
  • Property Rating: 5/5 Average Rating (17 Reviews)
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability


GLIDING – MARKETS – HORSE RIDING and a whole lot more.

Very well furnished and equipped Chalet, located in Haute Provence within the Vercours National Park and Set
in 2 Acres of Land, with Stunning Mountain Views,

Idyllic Location, Close to Village and Restaurants. Sleeps 7 (3 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms) 4* French Tourist
Board Rating.

Spring, Summer, Winter or Autumn, there are always things to see and do. Ideal for families, couples, energetic
children, and anyone who enjoys the great outdoors!

With over 300 days of sunshine a year, usually long hot days in the summer and skiing only a 5 minute drive away
in the winter, you really can have the best of both worlds.

The village is a 2 minute drive or 10/15 minute (flat) walk from the house. There is a general store, butcher, bakery,
2 hotels/restaurants/bars and a local produce store. Generally you can get all you need in the village. however,
there are 2 good supermarkets in Veynes (Super U and Dia) which is only a 20 minute drive.

There are several good restaurants in the village, but, Les Pervenches is only a 5 minute walk from the chalet and Nadine
and Gilbert serve wonderful home cooked food, in a traditional French setting. If you have a moment, look on Trip Advisor
at the reviews.

Notes on bedrooms:
Bedroom 1, King size double bed.
Bedroom 2, 2 single beds and a captain's bed sleeps 1/2.
The captain's bed in bedroom 2 is a single mattress. If you need any advice on suitability, just ask.
This is a good sized room and there is plenty of space for an additional inflatable bed on the floor if needed (can be supplied).
Bedroom 3, King size bed and en suite bathroom.

En suite bathroom to bedroom 3 with WC, large shower cubicle and basin.

Large main bathroom with WC, separate shower cubicle, basin and a proper full size "soaking/relaxing" bath.

Utility Room
Washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board, vacuum cleaner.

Cleaning / Towels / Linen / Maid service
Bed linen and towels are included. The house is very easy to keep clean, however, a cleaning service is available by arrangement.

The conservatory is great in the Spring, Summer and Autumn as the doors all slide open to allow uninterrupted views of the surrounding
scenery and provide access to a cooling breeze. It gets a bit chilly in the winter, but doubles up as a really useful storage area for ski's and
snowboards etc.

Underneath the lounge is a separate games room with a table tennis table, tennis and badminton rackets, boule, an archery set and a selection
of games and toys.

For full details, all our guest reviews, together with video clips detailing the range of summer and winter activities available, please click
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17 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

Recommended property

By James Tucker on 15-Oct-2018

A very comfortable, clean and well equipped chalet located in a picturesque setting. The description of the property given on both the Holiday France Direct site and that of the owner is accurate and honest. We travelled between the summer and winter seasons therefore some of the restaurants in the village were only open on odd occasions, no problems, the chalet has a very well equipped kitchen enabling us to practice our French Cuisine from the produce purchased in the local market. The village is quite isolated so be prepared to travel a bit if supermarket shopping is your thing. The booking process was easy and the owner Duncan responded very quickly and provided extensive details of the property and things to do in the local area. I particularly enjoyed mountain biking near the property. A local bike shop was able to complete running repairs on a buckled wheel, some of the terrain is quite rough but easier tracks and quite roads are available. We will go back to the area and would have no hesitation in recommending this property to family and friends.

5 of of 5

Fantastic Holiday

By Diane Henderson & Family on 06-Sep-2018

Fantastic holiday, which ticked all our boxes: Spacious, well maintained, good quality accommodation Beautiful mountain area with well marked footpaths Amazing mountain biking up to 5,000' from the doorstep (XC) Challenging road bike hill climbing area Convenient village shops Local outdoor swimming (both the heated village pool and the river) Local English speaking assistance available Well worth the drive. We only used the car for a supermarket shop and to swim in the lake at Veynes. (Don't miss the inflatable aqua obstacle course at Veynes - children and adults. Brilliant fun) We loved it - adults and teenage children

5 of of 5

Amazing time

By James Cornah & Family on 28-Aug-2018

We've just had the most amazing time here. The house is splendid and fully lives up to the description, roomy and well laid out with just about everything you could need for a comfortable stay. Very relaxing and a real home-from-home when you add in the freesat capability for the TV and broadband that satisfied our teenager. Our boys also loved the table tennis table in the basement and the garden plenty big enough to play frisbee in. We found that the nearby river was a great source of fun, with lovely plunge pools that you can almost swim in, and plenty of places to sunbathe. Further up the valley, our youngest loved the high-ropes course at Accrobuech. We also had a couple of day trips out to the lakes at la Germanette. The spectacular mountain road to Die is worth the drive as is the walk to the suspension footbridge at Mayres-Savel. Our hidden gem of the holiday (not to be found online) was the pottery of Michel Cohen, about halfway between Aspremont and Serres. Only a small roadside sign to point the way off the main road, but a treasure trove of wood-fired pottery from a friendly and English speaking artisan. The owners are very helpful and responded quickly to our questions when we were booking, making the whole process very easy. There's no question that we will book again if we return to this area.

5 of of 5


26/09/20 - 22/12/20 Low £650.00 pw
22/12/20 - 29/12/20 High £850.00pw
29/12/20 - 05/01/21 High £850.00 pw
09/01/21 - 13/02/21 Winter £650 pw
`13/02/21 - 20/02/21 Winter £850 pw
20/02/21 - 29/05/21 Winter/Spring £650 pw
29/05/21 - 26/06/21 Summer £700 pw
26/06/21 - 28/08/21 Summer £850 pw
28/08/21 - 25/09/21 Summer/Autumn £700 pw
25/09/21 - 21/12/21 Autumn/Winter £650 pw
21/12/21 - 28/12/21 Christmas/New Year £850 pw
28/12/21 - 03/01/22 Christmas/New Year £850 pw
03/01/22 - 19/02/22 Winter £650 pw
19/02/22 - 26/02/22 Winter £850 pw
26/02/22 - 28/05/22 Winter/Spring £650 pw
28/05/22 - 25/06/22 Summer £700 pw
25/06/22 - 27/08/22 Summer £850 pw
27/08/22 - 24/09/22 Summer/Autumn £700 pw
24/09/22 - 21/12/22 Autumn/Winter £650 pw
21/12/22 - 27/12/22 Christmas/New Year £850 pw
27/12/22 - 02/01/23 Christmas/New Year £850 pw



Children Welcome


Pantry Items
Coffee Maker
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Wood stove
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Living Room
Ironing Board
Video Library
Music Library
Games Room
Table Tennis
Communal Pool
Water Sports Equipment
Ski/Snowboard Equipment


Away from it all
Sports activities
Tourist attractions