The French authorities have announced that the relaxation of the travel restrictions for travellers coming from the UK into France from Friday 14 January 2022. Click through to our COVID page to see updates.
As you can imagine, we are receiving an extremely high number of calls at the moment and some of our team are working from home, as per UK Government guidelines. We are currently dealing with clients with imminent departures (i.e. clients due to depart within the next 48h) so if you are not travelling imminently then please do refer to the guidance on our COVID-19 page, which covers the most frequently asked questions.
The Beauregard has all the feel of a traditional and cosy alpine chalet, with extensive use being made throughout of traditional stone and wood. Guests enjoy a wide range of modern comforts and facilities, including a:
During holiday periods, a special children’s’ menu is proposed by the Chef. Breakfast is served from 7am to 10am: a variety of breads, home-made jams, nutella, pastries, cereals for the classic menu… but there’s also hams, salmon, eggs, cheese, fresh white cheese and a large choice of yoghurts for those who prefer a more savoury breakfast.
As soon as the weather permits the Chef sets up his barbeque in a corner of the garden and it is a real pleasure to be able to enjoy lunch outside on the terrace in the heart of the Aravis.
The 93 very attractively decorated and spacious bedrooms offer a high standard of comfort with soft duvets, “wolfskin” type blankets, desk, safe, flat-screen satellite television, bathroom, heated towel rail, bathrobe, hairdryer, welcome pack and balcony with mountain view.
Double room: large double bed or twin beds
Family room: for 2 adults and one or two children
Interconnecting rooms: with a capacity of up to 6 persons in two rooms for those looking for some more room and a little privacy
Suite 301: 2 triple rooms with balcony and a living room with TV
Suite 305: 1 double room with balcony and 1 little room for 1 person, living room with TV
Apartment 312: 1 double room with balcony and 2 twin rooms
Our prices for 2022 will be available online soon. In the meantime, you can register your interest in this property, ensuring that we contact you first when prices are available, by giving one of our Alpine specialists a call on 023 9283 9310, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking on Request a Quote below.
Local tourist tax c 2.30€/pers/day(+18yrs).
Price is unless specified, per person (for hotel), per week, in £s Sterling, including a midweek FlexiPlus Eurotunnel crossing for a standard car (check included board basis above). Based on 2 per car minimum. Weekend travel and other operators including P&O/Brittany Ferries are available at a supplement. Please view here for all ferry & tunnel details. Arrival day is usually Saturday. Please contact us for accommodation only and second week prices.
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