The cottage

THE SKIDH COTTAGE

Rent the perfect cottage for your holidays. Ideally located in Vaujany, spacious, quiet and close to all amenities to fully enjoy your stay.

The Skidh Cottage is a typical mountain cabin built in the purest local architectural tradition. You will appreciate the authenticity of its larch facade which will grey with time as well as its large openings to contemplate the mountain and let it enter into the space. 

Half-cottage

The Skidh Cottage is a half cottage located on the right side of the cottage. With a surface area of 93 sqm., it is arranged on 3 levels and has a large living room, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, 3 toilets, a laundry room, a ski-room, a garage, 2 balconies, a terrace, and a private outdoor parking lot.

Accomodation for 10 people

  • Bedroom 1: double bed
  • Bedroom 2: double bed
  • Bedroom 3: 2 single beds + 2 bunk beds + 1 drawer bed
  • Sofa bed : 2 people

Co-ownership of 5 private cottages

The cottage is located in Vaujany in the condominium Ysengrin consisting of 5 individual cottages and is accessible by a private and dead-end road.

Children can play outside in a quiet and safe environment.

The view, the calmness and the sun

The condominium is located at the top of the resort. It is the quiet and very sunny part of the village with a clear view on the mountains and the valley. The location is excellent, everything is accessible on foot.

Close to amenities

With this location you will be only 150m behind the shopping center which offers everything you need :

  • Food : Sherpa, bakery
  • Restaurants
  • Tobacco press
  • Ski equipment : Intersport, SkiSet
  • ATM

Direct acces to the great domain of Alpe d'Huez

The cottage is 300 meters from the escalators leading directly to the cable car of the dome des Rousses. In 20 minutes, you will be at the top of the Grand Domaine ready to hurtle down the slopes.

SEE THE LIVING SPACES

You are interested and want to know more? Then click on the link below to discover its 3 levels, living spaces and equipment.

"Skidh" is simply the origin of the word "ski".

In Old Norwegian the word "skidh" means a wooden billet, shoe or snowshoe for snow. In Norwegian "skidh" would mean "piece of wood" and the Norwegian verb "skidh" means "break or split". The name and logo of the cottage are simply a nod to this pretty story of words