About the property
We’ve discovered a hidden corner of the French Alps, where the cows still get milked in their pastures and hiking trails wind past centuries-old churches and trapped-in-time hamlets. The Savoie, a nook of France bordering Switzerland to the north and Italy to the east, feels like the Rocky Mountains on steroids, infused with European charm. In the summer, this region is the ultimate alpine playground.
Nestled in the tiny mountain village of Le Miroir, Chalet Pelerin is a dream base for exploration. Our local guides know every trail and peak, not to mention the best cafes and picnic spots. By day, choose your own adventure, from paragliding and mountain biking to glacier trekking and whitewater rafting. At night, recharge in the chalet’s freshwater pool, sip wine on the patio, and let our chef introduce you to regional specialties like tartiflette.
Mention about our COVID procedures:
Health and safety of our employees and guests have always been one of our most important priorities. Since the start of the pandemic, our county of Savoie has been one of the least impacted counties in France. Guests can reach Chalet Pelerin by private transportation methods and limited contact with others. During your stay, we employ private guides and bring you to remote places away from others. This is the ultimate summer holiday retreat — distant from civilization. For more information on steps we are taking to protect the health and safety of our guests and employees, please visit our COVID-19 Update page.
- Four king bedrooms with en suite bathrooms
- One bunkroom with four twin beds and an en suite bathroom
- Media room
- Indoor freshwater pool
- Outdoor hot tub
- Finnish sauna and steam room
You’re on vacation, you want to enjoy your time with friends and family and not worry about pulling out your credit card throughout your stay. To enable you to better enjoy your stay, our pricing includes the cost of these activities and other inclusions.
When comparing our pricing, please note that the nightly rate for this stay factors in these inclusions in additional value over the cost of the room.
- Reserve alcohol and specialty tastings
- Wellness services
- Airport Transfers
Open for summer June 18 – September 30, 2022
Starting at $6,210 per night for a private chalet buyout based on 10 guests.
USD figures are subject to change. All rates are based in the property’s local currency and currency conversion will take place at the time of sale. For a quote at today’s exchange rate, please contact our Sales Team.
Explore the Lodge
Built on top of a tiny French farming village, Chalet Pelerin provides 180-degree views of the surrounding Tarentaise Valley. King guest rooms bring the outdoors in, with large windows and balconies. Rooms are named after iconic French Alpine mountains, and the rustic, yet comfortable design reflects local traditions. There’s no need to set an alarm, as church bells or cowbells signal the start of each day.
After playing in the mountains all day, reward sore muscles with a soak in the hot tub or a yoga class on the patio. A large outdoor barbecue area surrounded by gardens and strung with lights is the perfect al fresco dining set up. The living room oozes classic Savoyarde charm, with wood beams from the 1800s, sheepskin rugs, and a double-sided fireplace.
EAT & DRINK
Food is a highlight at Chalet Pelerin. A farmer delivers yogurt to the chalet each morning and produce is picked from our garden. Chef Hannah’s carefully sourced menus showcase Savoyarde dishes like pumpkin velouté with Beaufort cheese. French wines take center stage, with nightly pairings. Guests can also immerse themselves in local culture at the area’s village cafes and the Saturday Bourg-Saint-Maurice market.
A Week in the Life
Strap on crampons and traverse high-altitude glaciers while roped to a guide.
Discover waterfalls and glacial valleys with sapphire blue lakes and trek alpine forest trails that pass by ancient farming hamlets, old churches, and historic forts.
This unique sport uses flippers and a float to navigate down a river. The Isère River is the ultimate playground. Calmer sections allow for whitewater swimming or simply relaxing, while stronger rapids deliver an adrenaline rush.
Tackle natural trails through forests and Alpine meadows, or test out the downhill trails at nearby Tignes and Val d'Isère while riding a full-suspension mountain bike.
Experience class 3 and 4 whitewater as you raft down 18 kilometers of the Isère River.
The region is home to famous routes from the Tour de France such as the Col d'Isèran, Cormet de Roselend, Col du Petit St. Bernard, Col du Galibier, Le Grand Saint Bernard, Cold due Madeleine, and Col de la Forclaz.
Experience classic Alpine rock climbing on this 3-hour excursion.Both beginner and expert climbers will feel challenged as they use a harness and ropes to scale cliffs of varying degrees of difficulty.
New and aspiring climbers can build confidence as they follow a steel cable up a series of ladders that are fixed to the rock face.