Family Ski Chalets

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We’ve combed the mountains for lodges which put little ones on a pedestal. In these most child-friendly of chalets, fellow guests are parents too, so you can all relax with hosts dedicated to creating a family ski holiday to remember.

While some catered chalets are off-limits for children throughout the winter, and many are for any dates outside of school holidays, the ones on this page are dedicated family fun zones. Call us to talk about your dream family ski trip.

Chalet Bonne Neige Val d'Isere
Sleeps 8-9 from £541 per person
Chalet Larissa St Anton
from £940 per person
Sleeps 12-14 from £850 per person
Chalet Du Berger Val d'Isere
Sleeps 16 from £499 per person
Sleeps 57-80 from £753 per person
Chalet Marmotte La Rosiere
Sleeps 12-13 from £537 per person
Sleeps 12 from £634 per person
Sleeps 12 from £579 per person
Cesa Galaldriel Canazei
Sleeps 8 from £177 per person
Chalet Emilie Courchevel
Sleeps 8 from £699 per person
Chalet Vanoise Les Arcs
Sleeps 14 from £722 per person
Chalet St Moritz La Plagne
Sleeps 8 from £613 per person
Sleeps 20 from £499 per person
Mungg Nendaz
Sleeps 6 from £77 per person
Chalet Pinier Alpe d'Huez
Sleeps 6-8 from £798 per person
Sleeps 8-9 from £624 per person
Sleeps 8 from £499 per person
Sleeps 9-22 from £929 per person
Chalet Altair Nendaz
Sleeps 12 from £890 per person
Chalet Hayley Les Menuires
Sleeps 12 from £519 per person
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Popular Family Ski Chalets

Ferme d'Elisa

Chalet Dahlia (sleeps 12), Chalet Arnica (sleeps 14), Chalet Begonia (sleeps 14), Chalet Camelia (sleeps 14) Ferme d’Elisa has four chalet apartments catering for families. Each chalet apartment is run separately but they share a central staircase, sauna and ski and boot storage, with heated racks. There are childcare rooms in the building and other nearby Chalets at most 150m away. The closest lift is also only 150m away and it is possible to ski back to the chalet. Other features include fireplaces, free Wi-Fi, a shared children’s snug with TV/DVD, family suites/rooms and UK TV channels.

La Chaumiere Chalet

Chalet Justine (sleeps 8), Chalet Martine (sleeps 9-10), Chalet Aventine (sleeps 11), Chalet Karine (sleeps 12-13) La Chaumiere is a complex of four chalet apartments catering for families, there are sauna, hot tub and ski storage facilities shared by the building. You can only book these chalets if there is a child in your group. There are childcare rooms in the building and a large outdoor area for fun and games. In a quiet location and only 5 min from the centre it is conveniently situated. Other features include log burning stoves, free Wi-fi and family rooms.

Booking chalets to stay with children

Besides the fact that a chalet holiday's a rite of passage for any young slope goer, hosts, hearty meals and homely living rooms instantly put all at ease, so everyone can get on with the top priority – having a good time...

If a chalet isn’t a specified “family-only” or “child-friendly” property, booking for “sole occupancy” is another way round a standard no-child policy and makes you master of meal times, sleeping arrangements and the hour it’s off to bed. Narrowing your search to smaller properties sleeping 6, 8 or 10 means this doesn’t have to cost a king’s ransom.

Our favourite option, though, is joining forces with friends who have their own children to book a whopper for sole occupancy. Kiddos can roam to their heart’s content, costs of childcare and private lessons can be divided and conquered and when the tykes are tucked up in bed, you’ll have more boozy fireside evenings in the average year at home.

Family Chalet Catering

Catering in a chalet of any description usually includes buffet breakfasts, afternoon cake and optional suppers for young children an hour or so before a meal for grownups, a formula which has kept skiers happy for decades.

As you’re all under the same roof, you can put tired tykes to bed and head down for dinner knowing they’re only meters away. In bigger chalets and chalets hotels you may even find free baby listening and patrol services, or kids’ film evenings, allowing you to enjoy complete peace of mind with the local vintage.

Most chalets give hosts an evening off each week, so you’ll need to arrange one of your dinners – but your host should be able to set you on the trail of the best pizza or family fondue in town and book a table for you if you give them enough notice. When you want to get out and about, grown-ups only, there are many family chalets and chalet hotels with childcare on site or nearby, and several resorts have nannies who can come to you.

For the rest of the week, essentials like cots, changing mats, high chairs, games and DVD players are usually available, sometimes for a small extra fee, plus, you’re often free to use all the facilities in a chalet kitchen. Many even have childcare stations with facilities to aid parents, including microwaves, sterilizers, kettles and fridges.


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