Features - Hotel La Bergerie Morzine
Bed & Breakfast
In the centre of Morzine
Less than 100m from the nearest ski lift
Bar and lounge
Swimming pool (heated)
Location – Hotel La Bergerie Morzine
The Chalet Hotel La Bergerie is in the middle of Morzine and only metres from the slopes and shops. It also has a large garden.
At the heart of Morzine village centre, the Ecole du Ski Français chalet and the tourist office are a stone’s throw away.
Description – Hotel La Bergerie Morzine
Welcome to La Bergerie chalet-hotel, where the ambience is relaxed and nothing is too much trouble for them. The hotel is something of an institution in Morzine; it offers a little bit of Alpine paradise, with its gardens and pool that’s heated summer and winter.
The dedicated and personal approach ensures that the guests feel completely at home there.
The Bergerie chalet-hotel are delighted to offer the following facilities and services:
- Heated pool (to 30 °C), open all day.
- Sauna, outdoor and by the pool.
- Fitness room with 5 cardio
- An ideal salon space for massages.
- Games room for children.
- Special baby equipment on request: cots, high-chairs and buggies…
- Pets such as cats and dogs are very welcome (supplement applies according to size). However, they are not allowed in the garden or by the pool.
- Laundry service.
- Kitchen facilities in 21 out of 27 rooms, which guests are free to use at no extra charge when staying for one week or more.
- Free Wifi; please ask for the secure password from hotel reception.
- PC is available from reception or delivered to your room (deposit applies).
- Free parking in the hotel garage (according to available space and maximum height of 1m80)
We believe that every child who stays here is a VIP: Very Important Progeny! So at La Bergerie, they make dinner fun at the Children’s Table. All ages muck in and friendships are forged with lots of laughter. Sometimes, the older children give Caroline a hand serving the little ones. There’s the traditional homemade vegetable soup with cheese to start, but otherwise the menu changes every day and can be adapted to your children’s needs. The tablemats are ideal for drawing on or colouring in before or after dinner, which is served at 7.30pm. Afterwards, with tummies filled and smiles all round, the children head off to the games room or the garden. What more could you ask for!
While the older kids – and mums and dads! – seem to enjoy occasionally finishing off their charges’ dinner, it’s a tradition to invite the oldest children to the Table du Berger (Shepherd’s Table) a couple of nights a week. Although this is principally an adult dining experience, they apply the same principles to the grown-up menu as the children’s: quality fresh ingredients, locally sourced where possible. Once again the delicious vegetable soup makes a great starter, followed by locally made charcuterie and cheese from the high-altitude meadows and village dairies, homemade quiche and cold meats, generous salads of lettuce hearts or tabbouleh… The buffet finale is a choice of homemade desserts, but watch out for the chocolate cake, which should really carry a “death by…” health warning! As per the children’s table, the adult buffet has the same friendly atmosphere and just as many happy faces.
The 27-rooms offer all the independence a guest could demand; 21 bedrooms have kitchen facilities (also available for stays of less than 7 nights, supplement applies), with all the comfort you’d expect from a 4-star establishment.
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