Morzine Chalet-hotel with pool and garden
Garden and pool
At La Bergerie, our 4-star chalet-hotel, the garden and pool have their own winter and summer identities. They’re equally inviting whether the backdrop is green...or white!
In summer, our garden becomes a huge playground with swings, a slide, giant chess board, table-tennis and a trampoline for kids and adults. Try a delicious cocktail in the shade of an apple tree or under a parasol, after you’ve tested the pool in one of our Fatboy® inflatables. Enjoy the taste of having to do absolutely nothing!
In the winter, excited children rush outside to make snowmen or igloos.
In summer and winter, the outdoor pool at La Bergerie chalet-hotel is a truly lovely place to relax. Heated (from 26°C to 29°C according to the season), it’s a treat after a day’s skiing or a walk in the mountains. This calm spot is also the ideal venue for wellbeing sessions in the pool’s clear blue water, with aquabike and aquagym sessions available in the morning during the summer. Afterwards, Françoise can teach your little ones how to swim!
Wellbeing treatments from “Un cocon au Pays des Flocons”
For a truly relaxing experience, La Bergerie chalet hotel recommends treatments from our partner wellbeing clinic. Treat yourself to personalised pampering in the heart of Morzine, without having to leave our family-friendly hotel.
When you’ve made your choice, please contact the reception
La Bergerie chalet-hotel is a children’s paradise; we’ve even dedicated our games room to them, and there’s also table-tennis, table football, outdoor board games and Playmobil® toys – everything you could imagine for your children to have fun. For creative play, there’s a large blackboard which they can use to draw on with chalk, or pretend to be at school with their new friends.
Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in a really hot bath. The sauna, a Finnish invention, is highly recommended for relaxation and unwinding. It eliminates the toxins that build up in our bodies while the heat purifies the skin. To boost the circulation once you’ve left the sauna, it’s recommended that you take a tepid shower – or even better a cold one.
The sauna is now outdoor, by the pool, with mountains view and the steam room is just next to the sauna