About this listing
Our beautiful and cozy appartment is located 3 minutes walk from Chamonix center and 7' from the nearest Brevant ski area. The lovely double room is very pleasant and comfy. Fully equipped kitchen, living room and bathroom are shared with guests:)
This is a private double room in a shared appartment. Our beautiful and cozy appartment is located 3 minutes walk from Chamonix center and 7' from the nearest Brevent ski area. The lovely double room is very pleasant and comfy.
Fully equipped kitchen, living room and bathroom are shared.
Interaction with guests
Since we live in the same apartment we will definately cross paths and we enjoy this part of hosting guests. Depending on our work schedule we sometimes get to see the guests for few minutes, or if things align - a day of skiing together:) It is really random and depends on the circumstances. However, one thing for sure, because we are often travellers ourselves, we always gladly give advice and recommendations helping visitors to have the most fun and interesting experiance.
Public bus stop, which can take you to various ski areas is right outside our place. If you arrvie by car, there is parking available 50 meters past the apartment.
This is shared house so we would like everyone to respect the others, be friendly and have a good time.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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We are a polish couple, who have been living in the USA for half of our lives. Five years ago we decided to try to live, work and travel around Europe. After living for some time in Greece, Portugal and Spain, we ended up in beautiful Chamonix, France. Here we are enjoying all the fun things one can do in the mountains.
Some of our Interests are: rock climbing, skiing/snowboarding, hiking, windsurfing, soccer, chess, tennis, traveling, spirituality, philosophy, meeting people, outdoor activities... and more! Did we mention collecting stamps??:) - we didn't? good, because we don't collect stamps (not that there is anything wrong with that).
Wherever we went during our travels in the last few years, we always loved to invite people and share the "local" knowledge, pointing to the great places in the area.