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Serre Chevalier 19/20

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Hello!

Me and two friends (all from Sweden) are planning on going to Serre Chevalier for three months, january to march, and need to get some place to live. We've been looking around on AirBnB but most of them are just renting for maximum a month. Is there anyone who has been there before and know a good way to find somewhere to live (that doesn't cost a fortune in rent), or know a good website to look for places to live? We're mainly looking for an apartment or something like that in Villeneuve/La Salles les Alpes.

Would also be fun to know if anyone else has planned to go there this winter, or got any other tips about Serre Chevalier! Smile
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@ppatriciia_, welcome to snowHeads. I own an apartment in Serre Chevalier, so know the place well. I'm not really sure of any places to rent for the season, but there's several other regulars on here who might. Rents will probably be cheaper in Briancon than up in Villeneuve/La Salles. You could also ask on this Facebook group Serre Chevalier, Buy it, Sell it, Rent it / Acheter, Vendre, Louer https://www.facebook.com/groups/822302667856904/
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Hells Bells wrote:
@ppatriciia_, welcome to snowHeads. I own an apartment in Serre Chevalier, so know the place well. I'm not really sure of any places to rent for the season, but there's several other regulars on here who might. Rents will probably be cheaper in Briancon than up in Villeneuve/La Salles. You could also ask on this Facebook group Serre Chevalier, Buy it, Sell it, Rent it / Acheter, Vendre, Louer https://www.facebook.com/groups/822302667856904/


Oh thank you so much! I've made a post in that group now so I'm hoping for the best! Much help, thank you again! Smile
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@ppatriciia_, a very good friend of mine (Swedish), Tina, runs the https://hotel-dubez.com/ she also has a number of apartments as well as contacts so might be able to help/advise.

Give her a couple of weeks as she's had a family bereavement recently.
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@Weathercam, Thanks! I will contact her and wait for answer! Smile
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Good chance I may be heading back to Serre Che for a short break in mid Jan. Looking at staying in Briancon as I've found a lovely large apartment there only 5 mins walk from Prorel.

Am I right in thinking that eating out/drinks are going to be relatively reasonable there (compared to "normal" French ski resort prices!)? I'm assuming it can't be too horrendous as it's a "proper" town and not just a concrete resort in the mountains somewhere. Any thoughts/opinions/restaurant/happy hour bar suggestions welcome!
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@carled, definitely not overpriced here! Try Plan B, Capricciosa, Le Club and Papilles (opposite the gaming casino) Very Happy
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@KenX, you forgot the Casino itself, I hear that there's a good chef there Laughing
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