Price Level: Mid-range
*Now fully booked through to summer 2015*
Stephens' Mazot is a cosy wooden retreat, a small chalet set in a peaceful garden and yet an easy stroll into Chamonix.
It is available for summer rentals only and there are stunning walks in the summer up to the Petit Balcon on the Brevent side of Chamonix. There is an incredible view of Mont Blanc from the balcony and garden, which surrounds the chalet.
Inside there is a sitting room with doors to the balcony, a galley kitchen at one end and a shower room. Downstairs there is a double bedroom which is accessed from the garden door or via a ladder from the room above.
A great place to return to after a day in the mountains.
Visit the website for further details or use the availability calendar below to make an enquiry.
The double bedroom is on the upper floor of the mazot.
This is a self catered chalet although you may be able to request a chef and housekeeper on occasion.
Lifts & Passes
Instructors & Lessons
Guides & Tours
Parking is available at the chalet.
- "Fantastic place! Ideally located (10 min walk from the center of Chamonix and 10 min walk from the Brévent telecabines), quiet, impressive view on the Mont Blanc from your bed!! Definitely go back next year!" - Guest Review
Situated right at the foot of Mont Blanc, Chamonix is one of the most legendary ski resorts in Europe attracting skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, climbers and alpinists from all over the world. Within walking distance from the town centre you can access world-class ski areas including the famous Vallée Blanche. As busy in summer as in winter, Chamonix is unbeatable for its hiking trails, rock climbing routes and biking terrain. A lively town centre is at the heart of the resort, with plenty of attractions and activities all year round.
Chamonix is a bustling little hub in the centre of the valley that has everything you need within walking distance; you'll find shops, bars, restaurants and cafés dotted all around the pedestrianised heart of the resort. Lakes, forests and hiking trails surround the area making it easy to find tranquillity just a few minutes from the lively town centre. One of France's oldest ski resorts, Chamonix has plenty of character and traditional charm.
Chamonix's restaurants offer something for everyone, from Michelin starred gourmet cuisine to takeaway burgers. The central square is lined with fondue restaurants and pizzerias serving a good range of local and international dishes, as well as a couple of fast food shops. The bars and hotels on Avenue Michel Croz offer a good choice of tasty and well-priced food, whereas the Rue de Moulins is an excellent choice for a special night out. Venture in the opposite direction and you'll find more choices around the Aiguille du Midi/Chamonix Sud area, ranging from hearty pub grub to high class dining.
No visit to Chamonix is complete without a trip up the famous Aiguille du Midi on the world's highest vertical ascent cable car. From its summit at 3842m you can enjoy spectacular 360 views of France, Italy and Switzerland whilst watching roped-up mountaineers embark on expeditions. Another must-do is a visit to the Mer de Glace glacier on the Montenvers train along a rack-and-pinion track that winds up the side of the mountain. Once there you can visit crystal caves and enter the glacier to see sculptures carved into the ice. Both attractions are open year-round, check our opening/closing page for details.
Chamonix is all about outdoor activities and there is plenty to keep you busy on your holiday. Throughout the year you can visit the ice caves and the 'Mer de Glace' from the Montenvers train station. Take the Aiguille du Midi cable car up to 3842 metres for spectacular views of Mont Blanc and the start of the famous off-piste run the Vallee Blanche. It is quite common to see paragliders exploring the valley from above and this is something you can do in tandem. During the winter there are 4 main ski areas (Brevent & Flegere, Les Planards, La Tour & Vallorcine and Grands Montets). If you have a Mont Blanc Unlimited lift pass you'll also have access to the Les Houches ski area. In the summer some of the ski lifts open for downhill mountain biking and there are numerous climbing routes, hiking routes and refuges to discover. If you prefer to be indoors, Chamonix also has a cinema with films in English, a bowling alley and a sports centre.
Local Golf Clubs
The nearest golf course to Chamonix centre is the Golf Club de Chamonix, an 18 hole course in Chamonix Les Praz, near to the Flegere lift station. It has a driving range, club house and pro-shop where you can stock up on all the essentials. They hold regular competitions throughout the summer, the course is closed in winter.
Local Ski-Lift or Piste
Chamonix has two lift stations that are directly accessible from the town centre - Brevent and Aiguille du Midi. The Brevent lift station is located behind the tourist office just a few minutes walk up a short hill, or you can catch a bus. The high-speed gondola takes you up to the main ski area at Plan Praz (2000m), where you can connect to a large cable car that goes all the way to the top at 2525m - the only route down from here is a black run but it's worth going up for the stunning views, you can get the cable car back down again if you're not confident enough to tackle the piste. Brevent is linked by another cable car to the nearby Flegere ski area, both are included on the same lift pass making it a great option for a full day on the slopes. Aiguille du Midi is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France and if you venture up, you'll see why. The cable is split into two sections and you change cars halfway at Plan de l'Aiguille, a popular hiking destination in the summer. The top of the second section sits at 3842m and is engulfed in snow all year round. Numerous viewing platforms look out on to breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, you can see France, Switzerland and Italy in one turn of the head. The Aiguille du Midi is also the start of the Vallée Blanche, one of the world's most famous off-piste runs. The ever-changing nature of glacial terrain makes it dangerous to attempt without local knowledge though, so be sure to book a qualified mountain guide before setting off.
Avenue Michel Croz is at the heart of the winter apres-ski scene, with live music and DJs playing at a variety of bars. If you prefer a more civilised drink that doesn't involve dancing on the tables, then head to the Rue des Moulins for chic wine bars and excellent restaurants. Chamonix Sud also has a cluster of bars that attract the younger crowd and seasonal workers. Chamonix has three nightclubs, one on the Rue des Moulins and another two in Chamonix Sud.
Location: Chamonix Main Town
Property Type: Chalet
Run By: Agent/Operator
Sleeps: 2 person
Bedrooms: 1 bedroom
Catering: Flexible catering options | Self-catering
Cleaning: Linen Provided
Car-parking: Free parking
Entertainment: CD player
Outdoor: Terrace / Garden
View: Mountain view
Available: Spring | Summer | Winter
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Address: Montee de la Croix des Moussoux | 74400