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Austrian Ski Chalets

There are 7 holidays to Austria for 2 adults, 0 child and 0 infant.

7 holidays

Chalet Fauner A

in St Anton, Austria
25/03/23 Sat • Dover Ferry • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Buy a lift pass & receive half price ski or snowboard hire.

Chalet Cristal

in St Anton, Austria
08/04/23 Sat • Dover Ferry • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Buy a lift pass & receive half price ski or snowboard hire.

Chalet Monte Vera

in St Anton, Austria (sleeps 14-16)
18/03/23 Sat • Gatwick • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Chalet Valluga

in St Anton, Austria (sleeps 6)
18/03/23 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Chalet Galzig

in St Anton, Austria (sleeps 6)
18/03/23 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Chalet Rendl

in St Anton, Austria (sleeps 8)
18/03/23 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Chalet Kapall

in St Anton, Austria (sleeps 6)
18/03/23 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
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Ski Chalets in Austria

Austria’s old Tyrolean villages and market towns are the natural habitat of classic wooden chalet buildings. The concept of the catered chalet, however, is mainly found in the biggest resorts.  

If we had it our way, there’d be catered chalets everywhere. You can’t beat huddling up to a fireside in the evenings when you’re exploring Europe’s greatest ski areas, and there’s no better remedy for Austria’s après than coffee and a prepared breakfast to wake up to. 

No wonder the Austrian chalets on our books are so popular. These range from intimate, self-contained lodges to big modern builds (put together to look just like the old ones). Chalet hotels are another option, combining the chalet catering we all know and love, with the bonus of more rooms and facilities. 

Luxury Chalets in Austria

With some of the finest powder terrain and best après bars in the business, when you’re skiing in Austria it’s hard to beat having a luxury chalet as a base. They often come with spa facilities like hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms and the food on offer leans towards the fine-dining end of the spectrum. Resorts like Lech and St Anton know a thing or two about high end holidays, with Gault&Millau acclaimed restaurants to try out for lunches and on your host’s day off. For the ultimate arrival to your first class mountain pad, book a helicopter transfer or private driver.  

Ski in, Ski out Austrian ski chalets

Doorstep skiing isn’t as common in Austria as in France - a lot of the villages here were around years before the ski lifts turned up, so you usually have a short walk or bus ride to reach the piste. But that’s not to say you can’t find ski-in, ski-out Austrian properties with everyone’s favourite chalet catering. St Anton and St Christoph have a number of chalets within a snowball’s throw of the lifts and slopes in the Arlberg area, while the highest parish in Austria, Obergurgl, has chalets that glide right out onto snow sure terrain. 

Independent chalets in Austria | Austrian chalets without flights

A handful of independent companies run their own chalets in Austria, whether a one-off property or a bundle of chalets across different resorts. You get the same services you’d find in package chalet holidays: breakfast, tea and dinner served for you each day apart from the host’s day off. On top of this there tends to be a bit more flexibility, letting you self-cater or stay for a short break if you like.   

Generally, these companies don’t arrange any flights/rail travel, but some work with transfer providers who can collect you from the airport if need be. Being able to sort out the journey yourself can come with a lot of benefits – choose the flight times that suit you, add a stop off to extend your holiday or drive down in your own time.

If you love the friendly vibe of Austrian ski resorts and the home from home comfort of a catered chalet, you're in the right place to find your perfect package holiday. With the biggest selection of catered chalets in Austria and our top Austrian ski chalet specialists just a phone call away, we promise to help you find and book your ideal catered chalet holiday in Austria. For up to the minute availability and the best Austrian chalet deals, call us now.

We think ski chalets in Austria are unbeatable for olde worlde charm at some of the best catered chalet prices in the Alps. Read our guide to ski resorts in Austria where you'll see smaller resorts with super cheap prices to go learn to ski or take your family… or visit one of the classics like St Anton or Mayrhofen where they'll show you some of the most famous après ski in the world. To see all Austrian skiing (i.e. not just catered chalets) browse our main Austria ski holidays page.

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Austrian Ski Chalets FAQ:

You can choose to share with other guests or take sole-occupancy. Hosts do the cooking and cleaning during your stay. Breakfasts, afternoon tea and evening meals with wine are included. Hosts take one or two days off during the week, leaving you to eat your evening meal in a local restaurant.

  • Gather your requirements - like which resorts, dates, how many bedrooms and whether you need travel
  • Hit the filter button on this page to start your search, or just get straight in touch by phone or online enquiry and we’ll do the looking for you
  • Complete your booking by paying your deposit or the full balance.

Each day your chalet hosts will prepare:

  • Breakfast – hot and cold options
  • Afternoon tea - hot drinks and snacks like freshly baked cakes, bread or soup
  • Evening meal - usually three courses with complimentary wines Hosts take one or two days off, when breakfast will be self-serve cold dishes and you can take your pick of the local restaurants for your evening meal. Should I leave my chalet hosts a tip in Austria? This is by no means a necessity but if you’ve been happy with their service, tipping your hosts is a nice gesture and will definitely be appreciated. The norm is around £10-20 per guest (preferably in Euros) but it’s completely up to you. Can I book a ski chalet in Austria for less than a whole week?Yes - 3 or 4 night packages are possible, often starting on Thursdays or Mondays. You can find these by filtering the holidays to show only the packages which are ‘under 7 nights’.

These three usually top the price rankings for their incredible facilities, gourmet catering and unbeatable locations in the legendary Arlberg ski area.

Skyfall Penthouse in St Christoph is an outstanding property in the heart of the spectacular Alberg. Its ski-in-ski-out location makes it wonderfully easy to glide between slope and chalet, which is laden in luxurious features and serves meals that would rival a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Chalet Cirrus in St Anton is a super mid-priced people pleaser and Skyfall Penthouse in St Christoph is the best in the luxury department but it depends what you’re looking for, so use our search filters or chat with our ski specialists to find the best chalet for you!

Yes, lots of our Austrian chalet holidays come with flights and transfers and with dozens of departure airports to choose between, we can put together the most convenient package for you.

Last time we checked, Austrian chalets that welcomed dogs included:

Use our search filter to view all chalets in Austria which allow pets. Our ski chalets which allow dogs page has some helpful tips about bringing your dog on a ski holiday.

Chalet Stoanerhof in Mayrhofen is sleeps over 43 guests. There are also lots of sizable chalet hotels in Austria, which usually sleep somewhere between 40-100 guests.

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