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Special Ski Holidays: Book Luxury Catered Ski Chalets

When it comes to booking adventure holidays, ski or snowboard packages are a great choice. What could be more adventurous than exploring a mountain range dotted with runs of pure white powder?

Those who are looking for a ski holiday that offers an extra special experience should take a look at luxury catered ski chalets as an accommodation choice.

Available to sleep from eight to 24 people, Neilson luxury catered ski chalets are fantastic for large families or groups of friends who want to enjoy a premium experience together.

You can also choose to be placed in a shared chalet with other like-minded couples and singles, for a sociable break where new friendships are sure to be forged.

Choosing a luxury catered ski chalet package also means that you’ll enjoy an ‘all inclusive’ break with minimal stress or hassle. It’s also a great value way to enjoy a high-end break.

So what’s included in a Neilson luxury ski holiday?

Meals

On a ski chalet break you can enjoy being waited on with continental and hot breakfasts, daily afternoon teas and home-cooked three course meals. You won’t need to worry about meal planning, shopping, cooking and serving and can instead concentrate on relaxing and having fun.


Drinks

You won’t be left to go thirsty on a ski chalet break. Wine is served with the evening meal, with fresh coffee to follow. You’ll also enjoy hot drinks throughout the day.

Housekeeping

You’ll be well looked after by your chalet staff, which provide a home from home environment, without the drawbacks. A daily housekeeping service will keep the chalet spick and span, with clean bed linen and towels provided to keep you comfortable.

Entertainment

You’ll find all modern conveniences in your chalet including an iPod docking station, tv and dvd, as well as more traditional pursuits like board games for retro fun.

Combining the best of a luxury hotel, with privacy and a home from home environment, luxury catered ski holidays are something very special indeed.

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