In the press

Our chalets have been featured in a number of publications - a selection of reviews are below. To see comments and reviews please visit our TripAdvisor page.

We are delighted to be shortlisted for two categories at the Built It Awards: Best Oak Framed Home and Best SIP Panel Home at the 2016!

Food and Travel Magazine Dec 2018

We've found the ski chalets with the best food.

With it's roaring fire, outdoor hot tub and cosy rugs, this oak split-level chalet is full of character. Sleeps eight adults and three children. From £5,450 per week, catered.


Winter thrills: 20 of Europe’s sexiest ski chalets 25th October 2014

Best for foodies: 12. Chalet Gourmet, Morzine, France

If you’re the kind of skier who thinks all the physical exercise is just an excuse to eat more, Chalet Gourmet will prove a delight. A hundred-year-old Savoyard farmhouse converted into a 21st-century eco-chalet, the house is coolly stylish; cow-skin rugs, leather sofas, sleek log-burners and six light, airy bedrooms — two of which are family suites. But the food is the real star; home-made preserves and freshly-baked bread at breakfast, lavish five-course dinners and bakes that Mary Berry would be proud of for post-piste afternoon tea.

Details: A week is from £7,139, fully-catered, for 15 (gourmetski.com)

Chalets for food lovers: 5th February 2011

The co-owner and chef at GourmetSki (gourmetski.com), a converted farmhouse in Montriond in the Alps, trained at Michelin-starred restaurants in the UK. He uses that expertise to create six-course dinners for guests, which may include crab and ginger linguini, roast guinea fowl and stacked shortbread with strawberries and cream. Many ingredients are local, free range or organic, and jams and chutneys are homemade from the owners' own produce.

Featured in "Living France" magazine, November 2011

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Eco retreat of the month, BA Highlife Magazine Feb 2010