La Ferme is an excellent choice for travellers visiting La Clusaz, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chevrerie Des Confins (2.8 mi) and Col des Aravis (2.9 mi), guests of La Ferme can easily experience some of La Clusaz's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as La Ferme offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a sun terrace and newspaper. Plus, La Ferme offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking for delis can head to La Broche.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a history museum, such as Le Hameau des Alpes.
Enjoy your stay in La Clusaz!
Fondue, braserade, braised diots, raclette, roasted reblochon, potato gratin, leek gratin... is there anything we didn't eat?! Went for lunch here in a foursome and everything from the service to the food was generous, hearty and good quality. They have every savoy food apparatus going which sadly limits the amount of different types of food requiring apparatus to 2 (to fit on the table). We ordered fondue, braserade and roasted reblochon, the food then just seemed to keep on coming! Every bit more tasty than the last. The atmosphere is a riot. I think it's probably the best restaurant in La clusaz, so much so we went back for dinner!
Dinner with the family. This place oozes charm. Been many times in the winter but first time this summer. Foods great all round. Amazing cheese and steak dishes and pizzas are very good. The toilets are well known for customers writing their names but more recently the walls are now like a black board with chalk. At the end when paying you get Lucorice sweets.
Recently returned from an amazing stay at La Ferme. The rooms are basic but extremely comfortable. Spotless clean with a wonderful hot shower. Fabulous nights sleep. If you want an authentic experience in a gorgeous character building then this is the place. Not forgetting the wonderful food and very generous hospitality. We will definitely be returning. Thank you. Nicky and Chris x
We had the most wonderful stay here in week 7. There are just so many good things to say. First of all the rooms and bathrooms. The bathrooms are newly renovated and really very nice with both regular and rainforest showerheads. Everything is so tasteful and the towels are large and fluffy. The rooms are also really nice - rustic and cosy and the views from all are absolutely amazing – facing either the town or the piste and all are with mountain view. Others have commented on the noise from the restaurant – that Is true, but we actually really enjoyed feeling that is was a lively place to stay. In the morning they serve a really nice breakfast. The very best part about it was no doubt the completely fresh baked croissants that were brought out hot. But there were lots of nice choices like divine cheeses, fresh fruit and fresh fruit salad, orange juice, yoghurt, baguette, eggs etc. There is a nice ski room and a room with heating for the boots. And with the benefit of the hotel being directly on the blue piste you can ski down to several lifts. One of the great perks at staying here was being so close to one of the best restaurants in town and we also really enjoyed the terrace that served drinks and snacks. We were so very lucky regarding the weather and had one ½ day of clouds and then sun the rest of the week. Just be aware that this is the most popular place in town and reservations a essential It only takes under 10 minutes to walk down to town – and here you find lots of places to eat as well We have already booked for both next year and the year after, and this is necessary during high season – as the rooms are booked up more than one year in advance. We even had to move our vacation a week.…
I wrote this review whilst staying in La Ferme for my third night before flying home. Sadly I injured myself on the pistes, so am icing my injury and enjoying the fabulous views from this hotel and restaurant. If you haven't been to La Clusaz before, it is an exceptionally picturesque and small French village located near five excellent ski areas. Not only that, but only an hour from Geneva, it is ideal for a short stay. I left London at 6AM and had already managed 2 hours skiing by lunchtime. It doesn't have the night life of many of the better known resorts, but brims with excellent restaurants and smart French style. La Ferme is in an ideal location right on the pistes. 400 yards and you can ski right down to the main chair lifts and gondolas. The views over the beautiful village, and iconic church, are absolutely stunning. To access the village by foot, it is a mere 10 minute walk down the hill. The rooms are very well decorated in traditional French ski resort style. Quite small, but comfortable and with the benefit of being able to walk out onto the terrace area. The breakfast in the restaurant is exceptional - fresh fruit salad, croissants, ham and cheese of the highest quality. Open from 8, you can have a leisurely breakfast and still be on the pistes for the first lifts. In the evening the restaurant was very busy and full of atmosphere. Traditional dishes are cooked at your table with your own personal smoky oven. The smells are absolutely delicious. It is worth booking in advance as it was packed with several diners who were not staying in the hotel. The staff have been superb and welcoming - always happy to speak to me in English as a result of my pigeon French. I lost count of the amount of times I asked them for ice to soothe my injury, but they always did it with a smile! I would definitely come again. I was disappointed to miss a day of skiing but the time I did have was exceptional. In my opinion, Balme is the best area to ski with a few challenging reds and plentiful off piste. A lovely cross-country blue run takes you there from La Clusaz and the views over Mont Blanc are heavenly!…