One thing is sure: When deciding to holiday in France the Savoir- vivre must be good and travelling to the Les Fermes de Marie in Megève, in the Mont Blanc region of Haute-Savoie, you will find a destination where all your expectations come true.
Not only is getting there easy and comfortable. After approximately an hour flight from most Northern European cities you arrive at the rather small airport of Geneva. We love Switzerland for the being so well organised. You get what you want at your fingertips, starting from the smart rental car services to the quick way onto the beautiful highway going up the French Alps to Megève.
Megève is a traditional mountain resorts with a great history. Parisians, Swiss and some English love to spend their skiing holidays here.
Not only for the great slopes and authentic village of Megève but also for the variety of Chalets you can rent. The Chalet style is significant for the area and the Les Fermes de Marie built its international reputation upon their Chalet lifestyle with 30 private and serviced Chalets to rent.
The Sibuet family are known for their unique hospitality concepts that make the guest enjoy an authentic, family style on the highest level. It is all about well-being. Whether it’s a treat for the eyes, the delicious homemade food or the visual language of cosiness Madame Jocelyne Sibuet has created over the years to define a signature style for the Maisons et Hôtels in France and lately also in St. Barth.
We travelled to Megève just before Christmas and got inspired by the essence of the hotel and the village of Megève. Here are all the good things you can expect from this winter (and summer) destination.
When in Megève we suggest having dinner at the MONT BLANC Restaurant “Les Enfants Terribles”. They are known for their fine selection of French classics in combination with Peruvian Ceviche and French cuisine with a twist.
If you are a fan of a meaty cuisine have a dinner at The Beef Lodge Restaurant at the Sibuet’s. third hotel, The Lodge Park. You will find everything from age dried meat to tapas and burgers.