Your Holiday Starts Here

Here at 44South we offer fantastic Catered Chalet Holidays in the beautiful Haute Savoie area of France. We're located in Morzine, right in the middle of one of the largest ski areas in the world Les Portes du Soleil.

We are passionate about delivering great service and tailoring your holiday to suit you so all you have to do is turn up and have fun. Relax in our super comfy chalet, enjoy breakfast every morning, three course evening meals and hand selected wines while relaxing on the terrace watching the sun dip behind Roc d'Enfer. You're sure to have a great stay.

44South Owners Signatures

Sunset over Roc d'Enfer, Morzine


2014-08-13 - On The Up

44South Top#3 Climbs

If you’re visiting Morzine this summer with the intention of doing some road cycling then it’s safe to assume that you’re planning on tackling some of the many...

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2014-07-09 - Keeping up with the Jones'

So about this time last year a pod of Junior elite tri-athletes (plus Steve their Coach) came to stay at the 44South Chalet.  Having bravely ‘volunteered’ to take them all...

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Our Chalet

A 100 year old, traditional Savoyard Farmhouse consisting of 8 comfortable bedrooms many of which have beautiful views over the valley. A mixture of double, twin and triple rooms. There are 5 en suite rooms on the middle floor and 3 bedrooms to 2 bathrooms on the top floor.

Chalet Flori

French & Swiss Sportives 2015

We've got six great sportive's running from May to October. There's the regular events MTB Pass'portes du Soleil weekend, the Mont Blanc and Harley Rally weekends...AND we'll also be offering supported day rides too.

French and Swiss Sportive rider 2015

Getting Around

We know the area around Morzine well and we often enjoy road rides with our guests, taking in the amazing scenery, climbs and of course the coffee stops. There are routes for all abilities but best of all is when people surprise themselves with what they can achieve.

Top of the Col de Joux Verte with GB Junior Triathletes Jimmy Kershaw and Kelton Adridge and their coach Steve Lloyd