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Some of Our Lovely Catered Chalet Treats

Our Catered Chalet Treats

We love good food and we think it’s important that you eat well in order to enjoy your holiday in the mountains. Unlike many catered chalets, we employ experienced professionals to ensure that you are served great quality and creative food, reflecting the diverse seasonal variations in produce that we see in this region.

Some welcoming bubbly at our chalet - holiday in style!

This season has started so well and Gillian, our experienced chef in the Grande Ourse and Petite Ourse chalets, has already delivered some mouth-watering delights to our guests (and a happy group of friends on a test meal.)

This is one of Gillian’s delicious starters – a goat’s cheese mousse will no less than five variations of beetroot offering contrasting yet, complementing textures for the melt in the mouth centrepiece.

Goat cheese mousse with five textures of beetroot!

A Special Christmas

Christmas is a big thing for us. Making it a special event for our guests makes it an even more special day for us. After the aromas filling the chalet when it was cooked, Gillian’s lovingly prepared Christmas cake certainly had a few mouths watering…

Mouth watering Christmas cake!

Seriously Considering a Self-Catered Chalet?

If you were contemplating a self-catered holiday, have you considered what you’re missing from a catered chalet holiday? In addition to the delicious, professionally cooked, fresh food, you’ll avoid the need for shopping, washing up and even cleaning. Yep, that’s more time to enjoy the slopes or to simply relax in the chalet whilst we look after you!

Do you really want to miss out on lemon posset and homemade shortbread?

Lemon posset and homemade shortbread!

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Anyway, I’d better get on those snowy slopes (a fresh dump of at least 30cm) to burn off those calories!

Until next time…

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