The Grand Bornand is a village with a lively and friendly heart. The Grand Bornand ski area is a place that all ski lovers and fans of snow sport will take to, thanks to its varied pistes and landscapes.
A totally genuine atmosphere that has been recreated in Le Village de Lessy, from the external architecture to the interior design to bring you a level of comfort to match nature's splendor.
A swimming pool with a breathtaking view - an extremely comfortable residence in tune with the village.
Our apartments, from 2 rooms for 4 guests to 5 duplex rooms for 10 guests, you will spend an unforgettable stay thanks to the charm of the village of Grand Bornand and the many activities you can do.
You also get access to our Spa Ô des Cimes and to our indoor pool, hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms and cardio room. You can also enjoy massages.
Free cancellation up to 30 days before the local check-in time. After that, the reservation is non-refundable unless it is re-sold.
Facilities & Amenities
Airport shuttle (additional charge)
Facilities for disabled guests
Heated ski boot lockers
Hot tub / jacuzzi
Includes end cleaning
Pets allowed (extra charge)
Ski storage room
Spa & wellness
Guests say the description and photos for this property are accurate.
1230 Rte de Samance, 74450 Le Grand-Bornand, France
Nearest piste: 400m
Nearest ski lift: 400m
Distance to towncentre: 50m
Nearest ski rental shop: 0m
This accommodation takes steps to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly
One-Bedroom Apartment with Balcony
Fits between 1 & 4 guests
Living room - Trundle bed (2 places), satellite TV, telephone, balcony
Bathroom - Bathroom with bath, heated towel rail, and hairdryer. A shower room with a heated towel rail. Toilet room
Filter coffee maker
Hardwood or parquet floors
Tea & Coffee Maker
Wardrobe or closet
Follow your Skixer's advice and ski like a local
Our only objective is to make this ski holiday the best you've ever had (so you will use us again next year ... and the year after)
About Le Grand-Bornand
Le Grand Bornand is a ski resort in the Aravis Mountain range, situated in the French Northern Alps, not far from Switzerland and Italy. The village is located in the territory of Annecy Mountains, in the Haute-Savoie department, at an altitude of 1000 meters. The area peaks at 2100 meters above sea level. The commune has notably remarkable belvederes, like the Mont Lachat summit with its most spectacular views of the region over the Aravis mountain range. The diversity of difficulty levels evolving at almost 360° around Mount Lachat, and the concern to open the most beautiful spaces and panoramas, including for intermediate level skiers, make it a popular playground for sports glide enthusiasts and lovers of a more contemplative skiing.
This authentic ski resort was developed in the early 1950s around the village, which gives to the place a very charming atmosphere. Above all, in Le Grand Bornand you can practise all types of skiing, alpine skiing, nordic skiing and ski-touring, between peaks and fir forests, punctuated by a remarkable built heritage: chapel, old chalets and picturesque hamlets...
The Nordic ski area offers 74km of perfectly groomed and maintained runs, from beginner to expert, that will allow you to discover a wonderful setting that combines the great outdoors, sliding on snow, cultural sites, and local agricultural life. There are also 2 biathlon stadiums, cross-country skiing and shooting, where you can practise and feel like a champion.
The Aravis Mountain range is one of the places in the Alps where the rural way of life has continued. The economical activity in Le Grand Bornand is based on both agropastoralism and tourism. Le Grand Bornand remains one of the most agricultural village in Haute-Savoie, with about sixty farms which are producing goat and cow cheese. The most famous is « reblochon ».
Still often, people have a double job here, pluriactivity is really one of the specific features in a mountain environment, even for young people. This consists of carrying out at least two activities during the year, either successively or at the same time. They will be ski instructors or ski patrollers in winter and farmers, plumbers, electricians or carpenters the rest of the year. There are also many small companies linked to wooden industries (chalet buildings and renewals), small workshops, artisans and craftsmen.