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La Bergerie

La Bergerie ... First and foremost a family tale !

Of the former Olympic downhill ski champion of Squaw Valley in 1960, Jean Vuarnet who grew up between these four walls, and later of Paule and her husband, architect Claude Marullaz, who decided to build La Bergerie in 1976. From the very beginning, La Bergerie was ahead of its time, including kitchenettes in the bedrooms

For the last 25 years, Caroline, daughter of Paule and Claude, along with her husband Eric and their children Alexandra and Arthur, has welcomed guests into this family home in central Morzine. Every detail of this 4-star chalet hotel is designed to ensure that your holidays spent in their care feel like a real home from home, where you can spend quality time with family, loved ones and friends whatever the length of your stay.

And if there is any last remaining doubt as to the firmly family-oriented character of La Bergerie, don’t forget that children under 12 stay free of charge in their parents’ room (or their grandparents’, big brother’s etc.)

a family home
a family home

4 stars services

Swimming pool
heated summer
and winter.
Reservation and information
at the reception
Sauna and
Steam room
by the pool.
5 cardio training
Table tennis and
table football. PS3 et DVD
relaxation area, children
games with secured floor,
Springfree Trampoline,
world’s safest !
On demand and complementary :
baby cot, highchair,
baby bath.
Free from 7 nights stay.
within all rooms
(except in “mini XS” rooms).
Free according to
available space
and maximum 1m80
with local products, ,
cheeses, charcuterie,
gluten free corner…
Hotel safe
in all the rooms

Welcome to your home away from home!

As in any family home, there is one place where friends and generations gather… which invites you to curl up and read peacefully by the fireplace… where passions ignite before a VI nations rugby match or a stage of the Tour de France... In our home, as in your own, this place is the lounge which here centres around the bar.

Lounge and bar are charming and homely in style and the room bursts to life during the children's afternoon snack and evening meal time.

Offering you a selection of exciting wines each telling their own story, an emphasis on the beers of the Savoie region but also cocktails and all the soft drinks and Kookaburra juices a well-stocked bar should offer. And special mention must be made of Caroline’s tea menu promising delicious combinations of Kusmi Tea.

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No restaurant but… The “Children’s Table”...

Here at La Bergerie, your children are our VIPs (Very Important Progeny!), so we make a special dinner just for them: The Children’s Table. A mixture of children of all different ages, a place where friendships forge and voices rise in laughter.

From time to time, the older children give Caroline a hand serving the smaller children. Home-made vegetable soup with cheese is a favourite fixture on the menu, different every evening and adapted to children’s tastes. The table mats are made of the little ones’ drawings or are an invitation to pick up the colour crayons after the meal is over.

The Children’s Table is served at 7 p.m. Afterwards, a sea of happy smiles surges into the games room or the garden, a scene of pure contentment.

For the grown-ups, we have the “Assiette de Caroline”.

Some time ago, we noticed that older children and adults were trying all sorts of tactics to get their hands on the leftovers on their cherubs’ plates.

Since then, we offer the “Assiette de Caroline” - a light meal served after the Children’s Table: Tasty, fresh and local whenever possible. Here again, home-made soup takes pride of place, followed by cheese from our alpine farms and producers, a home-made quiche or a meat dish (the chicken with honey is not be missed!)

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Living room