Student nannies, nursery nannies, the perfect skiing nannies? My Travelling Nanny has any number of different minders whose presence will ensure your ski week away’s the holiday it’s meant to be. Leave tots with them in the day, and you’ll return from a day of powder pounding and mountain dining to smiles and stories.
Vacation Nannies, a nanny finding agency for parents looking for some time to relax without the stress of childcare whilst they are on holiday. The nanny accompanies the family on the flight and provides a live in nanny service for the duration of the holiday. The packages range from 8 hours a day to 24/7, as well as tailor made to suit the requests of the family. The popular 8 hour day package, for 8 days starts at £550.
Municipal crèche and drop-in centre, 6 months to 3 years. Extrémité droite, du Palais des Sports, Av. de Brandes
Av. de Brandes, Alpe d'Huez, 38750 France
Ecole du Ski Francais is the biggest ski school in Europe
Chalet ESF Rond-Point des Pistes, Alpe d'Huez, 38750 France
Day care for children over 4. Reception: 9.30am to 10am and 1.30pm to 2pm. Nursery equipments: Video games, ball pit, etc.
place Paganon, Alpe d'Huez, 38750 France
Travelling tutors, exam revision & lesson plans. Alpe d'Huez school tuition for ski holidays.
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Alpe d'Huez day and evening care plus snow ski schools and babysitting.
Alpe d'Huez is very child-friendly with plenty of special facilities and the many sports and leisure facilities off the slopes which children of all ages love. The resort's ski slopes are designed so that the easier slopes tend to be at the bottom of the mountain - so the most family friendly skiing is the closest at hand. Les Eterlous Children's Day-care accepts children from two and a half years. Tuition is offered, as soon as the child shows interest, in conjunction with the Ecole du Ski Français, which also begins its own courses at age four. Their two children's villages at Grandes Rousses and Bergers are equipped with figurines and private ski tows. Children who have not skied before are encouraged to win their first medal. For older children more specialised courses are available, in snowboarding and freestyle for example. The International Ski School also offers lessons from age 4 in the Marmottes Club, with children aged up to six months younger welcomed in the Baby Club. After that there is the Eagles Club then a choice of taking a Fun Course (for good skiing teenagers), joining the racing team, or trying a snowboard training course.
4 stars out of 5 overall