Apartments/Chalets shared with other students

Meet other students by staying in our self-catered shared apartments/chalets

Shared self-catered chalet accommodation

  • Single or shared rooms in self-catered apartments or chalets.
  • Great option for students who want some independence but also want to live with fellow students in a nice environment.
  • High quality self-catered accommodation.
  • Included in our package prices such as Learn French + activities

Pricing: based on a shared room in our self-catered chalet

Shared room in a shared apartment:

300€ per person per week

Single room supplement: 200€ per person per week

Changeover Day: Saturday

Winter 2017 Budget Accommodation

New for winter 2017, we are offering budget accommodation.  Stay in a shared apartment in the heart of Morzine with other students and one of our teachers!  Pay less, stay in an apartment located 100 metres from the ski-lifts and practice your French with fellow students and our teacher!

Prices start from 225€ per week

Click here to find out more!



Personalised selection of self-catered apartments or chalets

We can arrange accommodation in self-catered chalets and apartments.  From a small studio apartment to a large chalet if you are visiting as a group or with your family, we can find accommodation to suit.  Choosing this accommodation option allows you to be more independent outside of your arranged tuition and activities.

  • Large choice of accommodation
  • Prices to suit your budget
  • Choose your length of stay

Residence accommodation (for groups)

  • Affordable accommodation
  • Centrally located residences run by French families
  • Ensuite rooms
  • Wi-fi available
  • Half-board or B&B available
  • Single/shared rooms
  • Currently available for group bookings only


Our residence accommodation is currently only available for group bookings so please contact us for pricing information and availability.

Are you interested?

Why not contact us to book or request more info! Contact Us

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