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Chambery to BSM what late evening transfers?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm planning a 2 week trip 16 March. Edinburgh to BSM, going to Chambery.
The Edinburgh flight lands quite late and misses the last train. There is a bus that departs at 10pm but doesn't get in to BSM until well after midnight which might be a bit late to get into my accommodation.
Are there any other reasonably priced transfers available?
Or am I better off getting a room for the night in Chambery and getting a train in the morning? is showing plenty of rooms near the railway station for about £60. If I book my BSM apt for Sunday start, it's about £40 cheaper. So financially it makes sense but I'd still rather get to BSM that night.
Rail/bus is only £25 ish. I'd rather not pay £150 for a taxi etc.
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