Chalet Lampisterie is a beautiful converted, former railway building, where the chugging trains oil lamps were prepared during the golden age of steam. The ‘shed’ has since been extended and renovated to a high modern standard. It is situated in the beautiful rural village of Le Buet and modern electric trains have now replaced the old steam ones, easily linking guests to all the main ski areas of the valley: Chamonix, Argentiere,Le Tour, Le Buet and Vallorcine.
This charming and cosy family home renovation provides accommodation for up to 4 guests (but a maximum of 4 adults). Chalet Lampisterie is perfect for a small group of friends, 2 couples or a small families with up to 4 children.
There are 2 bedrooms, including a romantic master bedroom with high ceilings. A beautifully designed bathroom provides opportunity for relaxing dips in a large roll-top bath with a full supply of toiletries. A further bedroom contains 4 single beds (2 principal beds, and a further 2 tucked under the sloping wooden roof beams).
The chalet is conveniently accessible from Le Buet Train Station and located within walking distance of the Vallorcine Ski School (ESF). In the summer, the area is a hub for adventure sports such as hiking, mountain biking, climbing, swimming, golf and paragliding.
– Poya ski area, Le buet – Perfect for beginners with 2 drag lifts, a rope tow and pulley lift for very young skiers.
– Vallorcine & Le Tour (accessible by road & train)
– Argentière (accessible by road & train)
– Chamonix (accessible by road & train)
– Les Houches (accessible by road & train)
Included: Meet & Greet Service | Bed Linen & Towels | Welcome Basket | Firewood | Kitchen & Bathroom Essentials – toiletries, dishwasher tablets etc… | Local Assistance | Local Taxes & Utilities | Free Unlimited Wi-Fi | Cleaning Before & After Stay | Ski Tuition & Equipment Discounts
Pet Policy: We are dog-friendly and can accept 1 small, well behaved & house trained dogs at an extra charge of €100. We ask that all furry guests are kept out of bedrooms and prevented from climbing onto furniture. All dog litter should be removed from exterior spaces (garden, porch, patio and green spaces around the property)