Your Chalet Holiday

It is attention to detail that separates the average from the good, and the good from the best. Throughout your chalet holiday, you’ll notice that it’s our ability to take care of the small things that sets us apart.

At Pure Mountain our aim is to make your ski chalet holiday as enjoyable, fuss-free and relaxing as possible. Before you even arrive we will have bought your lift passes, arranged your ski lessons, and organised your ski and boot hire.

So from the moment you get here, you can put your feet up and relax in the knowledge that we will take care of everything – your holiday has really begun.

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A Typical Day in our Ski Chalets...

Your day will start with a friendly wake up call of tea, coffee or fruit juice brought to your room. When you’re ready to venture downstairs breakfast will be waiting for you. Everyday there are croissants and pains au chocolats fresh from the oven, a selection of juices, bread, fruit, ham, cheese, yoghurts and cereals. We also offer a hot option every day to warm you up for the day ahead (Forestiere and Elise), or a made-to-order Full English if you’re staying in Luxury Chalet Elise des Alpes.

Then it’s time to hit the piste! Our chalets are close to the main slopes, so you won’t have far to walk in your ski boots. If you have lessons booked we can gladly escort you or your children to the ski school and introduce you to your instructor.

After a good blast on the mountain, taking in some of the fabulous views that this area has to offer, why not stop at one of lovely mountain restaurants in Les Gets. Over a warming mug of hot chocolate or a full-blown fondue, you can discuss your morning’s skiing and plan your adventure for the afternoon ahead.

After a long day on the slopes it’s time to unwind and let those aching muscles relax. There’ll be a freshly baked cake and tea and coffee waiting for you on your return. Take this opportunity to recline in front of the roaring log fire with that book you’ve been waiting to read, relax in our fabulous outdoor hot tub (Bruyeres), sauna (Elise des Alpes) or soak up some afternoon sun on the balcony with a beer or two (Elise des Alpes, Forestiere & Elise). You might want to challenge your friends and family to a game of tennis on our Nintendo Wii, lose yourself in a DVD, or if you’re missing the outside world, get connected via wireless internet. Whatever your decision, your only worry will be whether you’ve left enough space for the feast being prepared for you in the kitchen.

For the evening meal we serve a starter, main course and dessert, with wine throughout. Chalets Elise, Forestiere and Luxury Chalet Elise des Alpes are offered a cheese-board at the end of the meal, and in Elise des Alpes the evening is always started with canapes. If you can still move and have any more energy left afterwards(!), we’ll point you in the direction of our favourite nightspots where you can burn the midnight oil re-living the thrills and spills of the day.

We had a fabulous week - the care and time you put into recruiting and training your staff is evident.
Lisa, Elise, Jan ’17 More reviews
We have had a fantastic week, right from booking through to our last meal. Charlotte and Rick have been fantastic hosts, food has been fabulous and nothing was too much trouble.
Horlock Family, Forestiere, Mar ’16 More reviews
Had another amazing stay at a Pure Mountain chalet. All in all, another great experience - THANK YOU.
Mark, Elise des Alpes, Jan ’17 More reviews
Everything has been first class, from the transfers to and from the airport, to the chalet, our fabulous hosts, Jim and his team...we couldn’t have asked for more.
Jason, Sarah & Pippa, Elise des Alpes, Feb ’15 More reviews

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