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Information on lift passes, weather reports, village events etc. is available on the Val d'Allos website.
Although we do not provide any baby equipment ourselves, it is now possible to hire push chairs, car seats and more from a company called Familib. They have a collection point in Allos called Au Petit Allosard.
Please note, the chalet is strictly non smoking and we do not allow pets.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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My family and I have been on holidays to France every year for as long as I can remember. I love travelling and learning languages so I studied French and Japanese at University and spent time living in both countries.
When we are in France, we love to find great places to eat and fresh ingredients to cook with. Over the years, we have discovered the best markets, cafes, restaurants and farm shops near our chalet in La Foux d'Allos (Southern French Alps) and our village house in Lonlay L'Abbaye (Normandy). Feel free to ask for recommendations or to share your favourites with us!
We absolutely love skiing and have spent many holidays at our chalet in La Foux d'Allos during the ski season. My sister and I learnt to ski when we were still learning to walk and we've had some of our best holidays there. Surrounded by so much skiable terrain to explore, we are still finding new runs!
In the summer, we enjoy the peace and tranquility of the mountains and countryside in France. Due to its location on the edge of the Mercantour National Park, the flora and fauna around the chalet is incredibly diverse and many species of alpine plant that have disappeared from other regions are can still be found there. If you listen carefully you can hear the whistles of marmots and, if you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a chamois.
From the house in Lonlay L'Abbaye, Normandy, there are some excellent walking and cycling routes known as 'voies vertes'. If you are feeling ambitious, you can follow the voie verte all the way to the Mont Saint Michel. The food and drink in this region is excellent and it's the perfect place to sample the local Domfront Poiré (perry). On a sunny day, we like to make a picnic and take the table, chairs (and tablecloth, of course!) to sit in the grounds of a nearby chateau.
I look forward to welcoming you to stay at our chalet or village house.