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Owner run Chalet Shufu is an ideal winter or summer holiday chalet for families or groups of up to 15 in all ensuite bedrooms. Guests in Winter enjoy a varied 3 courses with 'free' flowing wines / beers, coffee and chocolates to finish. Flavoursome dishes guaranteed to excite! as well as traditional home-cooking and local specialities. In Summer B&B guests may choose to take dinner in the chalet whenever they wish.
Super location getting sunshine all day we are a short walk to the small resort centre of St Jean d'Aulps with its shops, bars and restaurants.
For guests in Winter we have an outside barrel sauna with views over the river to the mountains.
By Stuart Wright Aka 'Mr Bean' on 05-Jan-2015
Shufu apparently means comfy in English and its an apt name for this family run Chalet with excellent hospitality and some of the best food I've eaten on holiday anywhere. It is situated a little way from the main slopes of the massive and varied Porte Du Soleil Ski area but the owners include a minibus transfer to and from the main lifts at times to suit all the guests - so its only 10 minutes or so. The little extras like loading and unloading your skis, arranging free help from a local garage, free flowing wine and beer in the evenings, kids well looked after with their own meals and play areas in the garden and TV room - nothing was too much trouble. We had a ground floor family room with adjoining bunk bed area closed off by another door. It had a nice terrace area facing the garden and a large ensuite shower room with an excellent power shower. The kids were happy and comfortable and so were we. Everything is setup for a sociable week and I'd recommend this to families, couples, singles and groups alike. If we decide to go elsewhere in the future it will have to go a long way to improve our experience here. Ski area wise - you could be forgiven for thinking the resort is a little low. However, I was surprised at how much skiing was available at high altitude - and how accessible it was. We were a mixed ability group and we could all enjoy runs from the top back to the various villages. But even with some lower runs not opened it didn't feel restricted. It was open at the top during the extremely difficult Xmas time (when many other resorts couldn't open) with the worst start to a ski season since 1962 apparently. It was busy as expected during New Year but not all day and not every day either.