Owners Matthew and Jo Burnford have designed and furnished every room with the specific needs and expectations of guests in mind. Andrew Martin and Eichholtz designer furniture set the scene throughout this elegant chalet.

In the sitting room large leather sofas and chairs seat 12 comfortably. Sheepskins line the wood floors; table lamps, ornaments and artworks create a stylish feeling throughout. There is a log fire, cable TV and DVDs. The outdoor terrace with its wonderful mountain views provides further seating and lounging options. Chalet Skyfall’s kitchen is well equipped for even the most exacting chef. The bespoke dining table seats up to 12 adults.

The four bedrooms have king-size leather sleigh beds with luxurious mattresses, cable TV, DVDs and ensuite bathrooms complete with luxury soaps, creams and bath oils. The bunk room, where younger guests can sleep and escape, has four full size single beds with adjoining facilities and a large TV.

The chalet has central-heating and WiFi throughout. A large collection of DVDs, books and games is available for guests to enjoy. There is a sauna, a dedicated ski room, a well-equipped utility room, and a study with two work spaces and a printer.


La Tzoumaz

La Tzoumaz (also referred to as Les Mayens des Riddes) is a ski resort in the Swiss Alps, in the Canton of Valais. It is part of the 4-Vallées (Quatre Vallées) ski area, which consists of various ski resorts, including Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, La Tzoumaz, Bruson and Thyon. As such it has direct access to over 410 km of ski runs. Named after the word ‘tzoumer’, meaning, in the old  dialect of the Valais, ‘taking a break’. Located on the north side of Verbier the resort has splendid views over the Rhone valley.

The village is a fantastic location from which to ski the Verbier 4-Vallées region in a luxurious chalet, without paying the huge prices of Verbier village itself.   La Tzoumaz is the closest of the other valleys to Verbier and is only one gondola lift away from the main Verbier ski area.   Whilst the village itself is quiet and unassuming, it has good facilities.   La Tzoumaz’s own pistes are north facing, which means the snow retains its quality, even on warm days. It is also surprisingly un-crowded.  It is also home to one of the best off-piste routes of the region – the Vallon D’arbi.

A free bus stop behind the chalet (Larzine) runs every 20-mins to the main gondola in la Tzoumaz

We recommend a car. 10-mins drive to main gondola.