Our calendars are filling up for the Christmas festive period already! With limited availability over the peak weeks, now is the best time to book.

Christmas Ski Chalet Holidays | Best Ski Chalet Deals 2019/20 Season

Is your calendar already getting filled with winter plans? So is ours! With limited availability over the peak weeks and school holidays, now is the best time to book while you can.

There are plenty of self-catered luxury ski chalets still available for Christmas and New Year, great for large groups, several families or a bunch of friends. Or, reserve one of our catered ski chalets or lodges, relax and enjoy the skiing.

This page will continue to be updated with peak week ski chalet availability, so do come back and check, or feel free to ask us.

 

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Chalets in Verbier

Chalets in Zermatt

Chalets in Sainte Foy

Chalets in Lech

Chalets in St Anton

Chalets in Megeve

Chalets in Val d’Isère

Chalets in Les Gets

Chalets in Morzine

Chalets in Courchevel 1850

Chalets in Méribel

Verbier, Switzerland

We have spent a fair few Christmas breaks here and weather-wise it has ranged from t-shirts on terraces, to having to head back to the chalet for extra layers. Verbier has invested heavily in its snowmaking machinery over the years, so it’s rare not to be able to ski all the way to Medran.

Zermatt, Switzerland

A super resort to spend your Christmas ski holiday in, with a real festive feel throughout the streets as you browse the shops sipping mulled wine and admiring the village lights. With its high altitude snow, it’s more dependable than other resorts. A day trip over to Cervinia and lunch in Chalet Etoile is the perfect family day out (although, book before because tables can get booked up!).

The Arlberg, St Anton & Lech, Austria

Know as the ski capital of Europe, the Arlberg offers some top-notch skiing. Last season saw the completion of the ‘White Ring’, what is now a legendary ski circuit, offering panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

If you have older children and teenagers, they are more likely to embrace the après and nightlife of St Anton. Its neighbour Lech is better suited to first-time skiers and younger families, with its own dedicated beginner’s area.

Val d’Isère

This resort has been a favourite of ours for many years and for good reason. Though sometimes accused of not being the best-looking resort, it’s arguably one of the most functional. The ski area is massive and well spread out so you avoid spending the whole week in long queues. There are a number of great off-snow activities (what we call ‘extra-curricular’ in the mountains) for the whole family to enjoy too.

Les Trois Vallées, Courchevel & Meribel, France

An exceptional ski area. If the conditions are bad here, rest assured they’ll be terrible everywhere else. With a broad terrain to suit all level of skier, and fantastic, scenic restaurants, to pause and take in the mountain air, Les Trois Vallées ticks a lot of boxes. Aquamotion (the highest waterpark in Europe) is located in Courchevel 1650 and fantastic for the kids in the afternoon.