Concierge.com's insider take:
This little family-run inn of 21 bedrooms, tucked into a chalet between the village center and the ski slopes, is one of the best bargains in town. The decor is simple, with pine-paneled walls, minimal furnishings, and colorful quilts and curtains to brighten things up. Most of the bedrooms have a balcony and views over the Jaillet or Rochebrune mountains. Stays are for a minimum of four days, and in high season (December 15–January 6 and February 9–March 9) you must take a half-board deal. This includes a buffet or continental breakfast and a three-course dinner.
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