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About Us

Who are we?

We are Percy and Anna Kirkman, and we moved to La Tzoumaz in 2013, love outdoor sports, and are passionate about the beauty and opportunities of the region. We are fluent in both English and French.  Originally from England, we both followed international careers within Procter & Gamble before making our life-changing move to the mountains.  As such, we know the importance of consistently delivering high quality services for both owners and clients. We built on the high standards of maintenance and care set by our predecessors, and now focus on proactively growing the visitor base through increased use of social media, ski week packages and marketing.

In 2014, we became the keyholders for all Interhome-advertised properties in La Tzoumaz, and in 2015 started our re-branding to Since then we have grown our portfolio from 18 to over 70 chalets because of our reputation for high standards of customer service and chalet care, and our focus on happy holidaymakers.
We believe the region of La Tzoumaz is magical. It has access to some of the best skiing in Europe, hundreds of kilometres of majestic hiking, fantastic mountain bike trails, wonderful family footpaths, and is a delight to live in all year round. We want other people to enjoy La Tzoumaz all year round, not just now, but for the future also.

Anna and Percy of La Tzoumaz

We love sharing our knowledge about La Tzoumaz and the Verbier / 4-Vallees ski area.  here’s how you can get in touch with us if you’ve got any questions:

Call us now :

Suisse: +41 24 588 0251

France: +33 4 57 65 98 10 

UK: +44 20 7947 3768

Write us an email :

Visit us in the centre of La Tzoumaz :

Rue Centrale, La Tzoumaz, Valais - Switzerland 

 Take the “Riddes” exit of the A9 and follow signs to “La Tzoumaz”, then follow “Centre” 

 Once over the speedbumps, look for the Hotel Les Fougeres and we are in the next building on the right hand side of the road.

Or perhaps just send us a postcard :

Batterie de la Poste 149

1918 La Tzoumaz - Switzerland