The owners

les propriétaires du chalet la louvière skis aux pieds à la toussuire domaine skiable des sybelles en savoie dans les alpes francaises

Michelle and Marc-Henri GIROLLET have been welcoming its visitors to the chalet la Louvière since 1978

The Sens of hospitality, service; generosity and kindness, are guaranteed in a successful stay in one of the 2 apartments

Michelle (AUGERT) is the daughter of one of the pioneers creator of the Toussuire - She was born and raised at Toussuire in the family hotel of Comborcière (located below and with an excellent restaurant)

Marc-Henri, is from the village of Saint-Rémy-de-Maurienne located in the valley

In 1978, was the date where cottage was built, they offer 1 or 2 apartments for rent in the family cottage

For several years now, the owners are dedicated entirely to their customers that are never disappointed with the hospitality they receive

Cottage history

La Louviere was built in 1978 on a family-owned plot where a mountain chalet had previously stood. The chalet is located on the Route des Champions in Comborcière and faces due south
The GIROLLET family lives on the 1st floor while the ground floor with its 100m2 south-facing terrace, is occupied by le Petit Loup
The chalet has been through 3 other phases of renovation :
First in 1988 with the construction of a garage but more noticeably with a complete facelift since the chalet was repainted in brown
Then in 2003 with the construction of a terrace and the renovation of le Petit Loup.

Finally in 2009 with the construction of the very comfortable Grand Loup, an 85m2 apartment over 2 floors adjoining the chalet

The view from the chalet of the surrounding mountains is stunning: in the morning, we get up admiring not only les Aiguilles d’ Arves but also the more distant Massifs des Ecrins
During the summer in La Toussuire the pastures are grazed by the cows (whose milk produces the famous Beaufort cheese) as well as by horses and sheep
From the chalet it is often possible to see and observe wildlife; marmots are commonplace while chamois and ibex roam the Mont-Corbier nearby. Wolves, whilst also present, remain discreet