Sources de Marie is at the quieter end of the village. 341 is a spacious (57m2) apartment which has peaceful views of the Transarc mountains and the pistes. It has a very large corner balcony – less useful in winter, though I have had breakfast on it in December, but particularly beautiful in spring and summer, getting the afternoon sun, with a table that seats six comfortably. It is at the end of the building, so there is no passing footfall outside the apartment.
The apartment accommodates up to six in a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a double sofa bed in the living area. There is plenty of storage available for guests. The apartment has its own WiFi rather than relying on the village wide WiFi. The living area has an extendable dining table which seats six comfortably and a 40” smart TV (Netflix compatible) and don’t forget your favourite DVDs as we also provide a DVD player. The well-equipped kitchen has a 4-ring convection hob, oven, microwave, toaster, filter coffee machine, Nespresso machine, kettle, dishwasher and a fridge freezer. We are keen cooks and there is a large enough selection of pans, frying pans, crockery, glasses etc to cook meals from scratch. The double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom which has a bath with a shower over it and an extendable drying line. There is also a hair dryer and shaver point. Across the corridor from the twin room are a shower room (hair dryer and shaver point) and a separate loo, allowing guests on the double sofa bed access without disturbing the twin room. The apartment is close to one of the laundries in Sources de Marie.
Sources de Marie has direct internal access to the Deep Nature Spa with its treatment rooms, hammam and indoor swimming pool. Note: Sources de Marie also has its own free hammam and fitness room, as well as free entry to the swimming pools in Manoir de Savoie and Auberge Jerome.
Source de Marie is ski in, ski out – as are all the residences in 1950.