This charming 3-bedroom chalet is perched on the side of the mountain in a tranquil location, overlooking stunning views of the valley and the mountains beyond. Perfectly designed for 6 people, the free ski-bus passes nearby. It is possible to rent the nearby Chalet Cornalin (with outdoor jacuzzi hot-tub) at the same time, to suit a total group size of 12 people. Both chalets are named after a local grape variety so take advantage of our wine-delivery service to taste them both during your visit.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
The chalet sleeps up to 6 people in two double bedrooms with valley views and a further twin bedroom with garden view. There is a family bathroom downstairs next to the bedrooms and a separate WC on the main living floor. Chalet Petite Arvine is equipped with a strap-on high chair, changing mat and cot suitable for children under 2 years old.
The main floor of the chalet is an open kitchen/living/dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you might need, including dishwasher, microwave, fridge and electric coffee machine. There are fondue and raclette sets for a traditional Swiss evening in front of the log fire. Washing machine, dryer, hairdryer, iron and portable outdoor barbecue are all available for you to use.
Relax in the open living area and admire the panoramic views from the comfort of the sofa. The chalet is equipped with a flat-screen television and free WIFI. In summer, the flat garden area and terrace is ideal for sunny barbecues and soaking up the sunshine. On a blue-sky day, the view stretches 20km, up to the peaks of the Haut de Cry and the Mont Gond.
Chalet Petite-Arvine is equipped with free, high-speed WIFI for your own private use.
We’re sorry but Chalet Petite-Arvine is a pet-free property. Please browse our selection of pet-friendly chalets if you would like to travel with your pet.
Parking for 1 or 2 cars outside the chalet. Winter tyres and/or snow chains necessary in winter due to steep access road. Alternative parking is available 120m away, in a lay-by on the main road. Contact us for railway or airport transfers.
The free ski bus (less than 120m from the door) whisks you to the Savoleyres telecabin in a matter of minutes. This modern, high-speed ski-lift carries you from La Tzoumaz up to the top of the Savoleyres in less than 8 minutes, from where you can decide to ski back on the quiet La Tzoumaz slopes or ski down to Verbier’s legendary slopes and world-class off-piste opportunities in the vast 4-Valleys ski area.
We are very pleased to announce that we will be offering discounted ski-passes to everyone staying with us from Winter 2015/16. To be eligible for the 10% discount, ski-passes must be ordered and paid in full 12 days in advance of your first ski day. We accept all major credit cards. Orders received up to 2 days in advance are not eligible for the 10% discount however they will be printed for collection with your keys when you arrive in the resort. Last minute orders will be available for collection on the morning after you arrive. Discounted passes are available for all age-groups, for durations from one half-day up to 21 days, and cover the Savoleyres, Verbier or 4-Valleys sectors. The discount does not apply to the insurance options available. Ski-passes can neither be cancelled nor exchanged once they have been ordered. The discount is applicable in high, medium and low season and also applies to family rates. It is not cumulative with any other offers or reductions. On arrival in the resort we will also provide you with discount vouchers for various other services, such as ski equipment rental.
In summer, the area turns into a hiking and mountain biking paradise, with hundreds of kilometres of marked trails criss-crossing the mountains, awash with alpine flowers and a range of wildlife to spot. The “Bisses” are relatively flat footpaths that follow the water as it trickles around the mountainsides, where for centuries farmers and villagers channelled the streams for their own uses. They have been preserved now and can be an incredible way to spend a day or more on easy hikes with stunning views across the Rhone Valley or over to the Massif des Combins. We’ll provide you with plenty of tourist information including our favourite suggestions for day trips that are easily reachable from La Tzoumaz, from spectacular gorge walks, cheese factories and roman festivals to rainy-day ideas such as underground lake tours. The road that winds up the mountain-top to the panoramic Croix-de-Coeur Cafe-Restaurant opens as soon as the snow melts and from here you can continue the drive (or cycle) all the way down into Verbier.
In the peak summer season from early July to late August, the telecabin link to Verbier operates daily from 08:45 to 12:30 and from 13:30 to 16:45, meaning that you can easily access the famous resort as a pedestrian or accompanied by your bicycle. You can even use a variety of mountain lifts to make your way up to Mont Fort at 3300m for Europe’s highest fondue and incredible mountain panoramas that include Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Don’t miss the Swiss National Celebrations in La Tzoumaz on August 1st, or the famous festival of live music performances, the Verbier Festival, which runs from mid-July to the beginning of August.
La Tzoumaz Chalet Petite-Arvine
- Balcony Terrace
- Free Ski-Bus
- Internet (WiFi)
Accommodation review scores and score breakdown
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Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Chalet Petite Arvine.
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I stayed in July 2015 at La Petite Arvine in La Tzoumaz. A beautiful chalet with all the accomodation you need for a nice holiday in the mountains. Just between all the touristic places in the south of Switserland. A very nice view from the balkony, when you wake up in the morning, you have the same view, from between the sheets, onto the valley. One small thing, there was no outdoortable and seats for the balkony. A must if you would like to take your breakfast, lunch or diner looking down in the valley. A friendly welcome at the local reception. We booked from 19/07 until 31/07 at the chalet, but an operation on my mother-in-law made us to come 2 days later and to leave earlyer on 29/07. Kindly people who did understand the situation. Thanks Percy, Anna and Franco. Some day i will return to this beautiful piece of Switserland. (July 2015 - BM, Belgium)
(July 2015 - BM, Belgium)
The 4-Valleys is one of the largest interconnected ski-areas in Europe, with lifts linking La Tzoumaz to Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon. Altogether there are over 400km of pistes that cater for different levels of skiers. Beginners can follow long gentle trails (which in Switzerland are marked out in blue instead of green or blue) that wind around the mountainside, never going too steeply. Intermediates benefit from many long reds pistes, with up to 1,800m of height change between the top and the bottom of the lifts. For experts, not only are there numerous steep black runs, but also clearly-marked yet un-pisted yellow itinerary routes, where the snow conditions will test your skills to the full. There is a vast expanse of off-piste skiing where the local guides can show you how to access the freshest powder and the famous routes that include those used during the World Freeride Championships.
In summer, the area turns into a hiking and mountain biking paradise, with hundreds of kilometres of marked trails criss-crossing the mountains, awash with alpine flowers and a range of wildlife to spot. The “Bisses” are relatively flat footpaths that follow the water as it trickles around the mountainsides, where for centuries farmers and villagers channelled the streams for their own uses. They have been preserved now and can be an incredible way to spend a day or more on easy hikes with stunning views across the Rhone Valley or over to the Massif des Combins.
We love the fact that we are just next door to Verbier. We don’t promise to offer you lots of trendy resort bars and restaurants within walking distance of your chalet, but in the daytime our high-speed telecabin links you to the resort of Verbier, its mountain restaurants and its vast skiing network known as the Four Valleys. We can even arrange for you to spend the night partying in Verbier and shuttle you home when dawn breaks or when you are ready for sleep. Here’s a glimpse of what is out there:
Here’s a brochure detailing the weekly events and animations sponsored by the Tourist Office:
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