Ferme Auberge d’Ariondaz is not very well known. It sits 200 metres below the famous Bel Air restaurant in Courchevel 1650 on the piste. It is a Ferme Auberge. This means that the vast majority of their produce is actually from the farm that owns the restaurant. You will see the cheeses maturing in one of the rooms in the restaurant. This is not a gourmet restaurant but the perfect place to have raclette, cheese fondue, cheese omelette or even cheese on toast with charcuterie and other good things!  This is a proper traditional Savoyard restaurant.

Every Monday, the wonderful accordionist Lionel comes to create a party atmosphere. Tell him you are a rosbeef and like Hey Jude, Yellow Submarine or Let it Be!

There is a lovely warm traditional room if the weather is bad. If the weather is good the Terrace is wonderful. It is easy to ski to and get back from.

Please see the short clip from our lunch last April.

This is a real secret gem for you to discover and enjoy. Pricing is very reasonable.

Booking essential on +33 6 11 45 26 63

Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose


For over 30 years, The Roses have owned Chalet Le Yeti in Méribel.
Lucy has grown up skiing in Meribel and helping run the family rental business. Her knowledge of Meribel and the Trois Vallées ski area is extensive through her personal experience as a skier and chalet owner.