If you are looking for affordable accommodation while taking a French course with Alpine French School, then have a look at our self-catered apartments shared with other students.
Our apartments are located above the school, just 5 minutes walk from the centre of Morzine. This means easy access to the ski lifts in the winter and the swimming pool, tennis courts and other facilities in the summer! Wander into the town centre after your lessons to enjoy a coffee in one of Morzine’s many cafés. Maybe you would like to sample Morzine’s choice of restaurants or enjoy some après-ski in one of the bars. Our apartments are the perfect base!
Our apartments offer a range of double, twin, triple and family rooms to accommodate all groups. Students can choose to take a single room or a shared room. Some rooms have ensuite bathrooms. Students share a large, well-equipped kitchen where they can choose to prepare meals independently or together. We can privatise a 2-bedroom apartment and offer a family corner with its own bathroom and a kitchen shared with 2 other bedrooms. The apartments are south facing, bright and sunny and have balconies so that you can enjoy the mountain sunshine!
Morzine is a ski-resort in winter and a popular tourist destination in the summer. Its facilities and infrastructure mean that there is always plenty to do especially if you are a sports or an outdoors enthusiast. However, this can also mean that accommodation can be fairly pricey, especially at certain times of the year. We try to keep our student accommodation as affordable as possible for our clients. We take pride in providing accommodation of a good standard, equipped with everything you need to make your stay in Morzine comfortable.
You can read more about our apartments here and watch a video walk through…..
- February 26th, 2021
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- February 16th, 2021
Easter is one of the main religious celebrations in France after Christmas. Easter marks the resurrection of Christ and the end of the 40 days of lent so this is an important Christian religious festival. In France, Easter Monday is a public holiday. Easter is called ‘Pâques’ with a capital…Continue Reading
- February 7th, 2021
If you have been put on furlough (chômage/activité partielle), then the French government are offering to finance your French lessons. Most sectors including mountain and tourism businesses have their training fees paid 100%. What about Business Owners and Auto-Entrepreneurs? Business owners and auto-entrepreneurs can also quality for training budgets to…Continue Reading
- January 13th, 2021
We are pleased to announce that bookings are now open for Summer 2021! We have been working hard to make our 2021 French Summer Camps better than ever before. 2020 was a difficult year and everyone deserves a great summer break in 2021…. A new activity programme including great adventure…Continue Reading