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Winding Forest Road

Getting To Meribel & La Tania

Travel by plane 


Most of our guests choose to fly to the Alps. We are well served by the four local airports listed below. It is worth bearing in mind that whilst the transfer times from Geneva, Lyon and Grenoble airports are about the same Lyon and Grenoble are actually further away distance-wise with the routes predominantly on toll-roads making transfers more expensive.

  • Chambery (1 hour transfer)

  • Geneva (2 hour transfer)

  • Lyon (2 hour transfer)

  • Grenoble (2 hour transfer)


Private Airport Transfers


The most hassle-free way of getting direct to / from the resort and airport.  A private transfer will usually be the most cost effective way to travel if there are 5+ people in your party travelling together. We can arrange a transfer for you with one of our preferred transfer companies.


For your transfer we recommend:

Shared Airport Transfers


Good value for money and usually more economical when 1-3 people are travelling. We recommend:

Airport car hire


Booking a car at any of the local airports is fairly straightforward. We recommend that you pre-book in advance. Don't forget to order snow chains/request a 'winter pack' just in case! If flying into Geneva we recommend booking a car on the Swiss side (rather than the French) as it is less hassle and an easier drive (on the Swiss motorway) to and from resort.

Travel by car


Travelling by car to Meribel or La Tania can often be the most convenient and economical way for groups and families. Meribel/La Tania is approximately 600 miles from Calais ferry port and you can travel almost all of the way by motorway or express dual carriageway. The tolls cost around 75 Euros each way and there is free, private parking at all of our chalets. Please see our chalet pages for detailed location maps.

Travel by train


Probably the most eco-friendly way to get to resort. Meribel is served by Moutiers train station, just 30 minutes away from our chalets. Leave London St. Pancras or Ashford International and travel by train via Paris.

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