After a decade in the business, we have chalet short breaks down to a fine art. Everything planned to a tee to make sure you get the most skiing time on your short break chalet holiday. Your short one-hour airport tansfer planned to connect with your flight. Liftpass waiting on arrival. Ski hire can even be delivered to the chalet.
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Ski on arrival and departure days. Everything ready so you can hit the slopes.
Book an early flight and you could be skiing by lunchtime. Zero hassle, maximum skiing.
The slopes are waiting. We'll make sure your lift pass is, too. Les Gets & Morzine or full Portes du Soleil.
We'll get your ski hire ordered, processed and ready for collection. It's the same price as going direct. All part of the service.
The world's biggest ski area awaits. With 650km of pistes, it might take more than one short break! Click for resort info...
Jana arrived with our lift passes ten minutes after our arrival so we were straight to the slopes to make the most of our short break...
The week is normally split into two parts - Sunday to Thursday (4 nights, one is staff day off) and Thursday to Sunday break (3 nights). The price of each one is the same, so if you've the flexibility to do it the Sunday to Thursday gets you an extra day for your money!
We are only an hour's drive from Geneva Airport, so you can ski both on your arrival and departure day! Let us know your flight details and we will arrange airport transfers to conntect with your arrival and departure.
If you are arriving early that's absolutely fine. You can come into the catered chalets, drop your bags, get changed, then head on out to the slopes! We just ask for your understanding that their may be some departing guests still around as well.
If you are departing late that's also fine. We will gladly look after your bags for you, and find somewhere for you to have a cup of tea and get changed after your day's skiing, but you'd probably not be able to go back into the rooms as they would be full of arriving guests!
My weekend Skiing Break was superb in Chalet Coin. A warm welcome was had on arrival by Lloyd and Kat who looked after my sister and I extremely well. Nothing was ever too much trouble. Magnificent breakfasts, delicious tea, and the most sumptuous evening dinner, with everything you could wish for in a 5 star accommodation.
Have recently returned from an excellent short break with 3 friends. Managed to ski every single day of the 5 day trip (Sun -Thurs) - indeed we were in line at the lift queue exactly 5 hours after the plane left Gatwick! This gave us 4.5 hours skiing on the first day and a late afternoon flight from Geneva on the day of departure also allowed 4.5 hours skiing.
This was our first visit to chalet du coin. We normally stay for a week in Morzine but this time wanted a short break for myself, son in law and grandson. It was a very successful stay. The chalet is close to the main lift and we were lucky with excellent snow.
Booked really late for this short break but from the moment we spoke with Jana all we needed was catered for. We arrived early on the Sunday and were offered breakfast by Lloyd and Katrina (we weren't expecting this), our ski passes were delivered by Lowri and we were on the slopes by midday. Definitely 5* comfort, food and hospitality.
We had a wonderful short break in the Chalet du Coin last week! Amazing dinners by chef Hannah, enjoyed every bit and bite of it, great wines to go with the delicious food. Rooms are nice and kept perfectly clean, the Hot Tub and sauna are perfect to relax after a long day on the slopes. In short: a 5* experience that we would absolutely recommend to anyone travelling to Les Gets! Hope to return here someday.
My wife and I had an excellent 5-day stay in this lovely chalet between 15-19 March. The customer service was excellent from Raph, Jana and Lowri and they made our stay all the more enjoyable. No hesitation in recommending it if you're looking for a decent place to stay in Les Gets which also has great food and excellent service.
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Les Gets is a great resort for a long weekend - easy transfers from Geneva and plenty of varied skiing. And Chalet Novelin is in an ideal spot and brilliantly run. The chalet is cosy and homely. Access to the slopes is quick and easy, and we had so much snow we could ski right back to the door at the end of the day.
We had a great long weekend (Thursday to Sunday) for 8 ladies. Quick transfer from Geneva so we got in three and a half days skiing! The chalet is lovely - well presented and clean with all you need, including comfy bathrobes.
Just returned from an amazing 4 days skiing in Les Gets. Chalet Novelin was a really lovely place to stay, clean, cosy and Lowri our hostess extended a very warm welcome. Food was delicious, plentiful and wholesome. Nothing too much trouble and she had loads of tips and local knowledge about the best places to ski.
An amazing place for a short break, or even a longer break if only we had had the time. Wish we could have stayed longer. The chalet was beautiful and Lowri who looked after us was great. Fab cooking and we just had a fantastic time. A hot tub and sauna to luxuriate in at the end of the day too.Would go back tomorrow if I could!
A group of six ladies - had a fab short break ( Sunday to Thursday ) - Lowri gave us a great welcome and made us feel at home immediately. Her cooking is out of this world! The chalet is spotless, warm, cosy and great views. Log fire too!
Six ladies have just had a short break at Chalet Novelin and had the best time. From the pick up service at the airport until the return journey. The warm welcome you receive on arrival lasts throughout your stay. The food, location and staff are all fabulous.
The Portes du Soleil has 650km of pistes, making it the largest in Europe.
48 ski lifts on a local lift pass. 197 throughout the full Portes du Soleil ski area.
Ski to Switzerland and back in a day, all on the same full-area lift pass.
2002m summit. 1172m base village altitude. That gives you an impressive vertical drop of 830m.
The definitive picture-postcard ski resort. Les Gets retains the look and feel of a traditional French village.
You can speak English almost everywhere in Les Gets. Ski shops, bars, restaurants etc. are all English-speaking.
Jana's organisation made everything really easy meaning we were on the slopes within two hours of arriving at the airport...
Welcome to the biggest ski area in the world. Ski to Switzerland and back in one day. Conquer the Swiss Wall. Head for the snow-parks of Avoriaz. Or book a local guide to find the best off-piste. Les Gets and the wider Portes Du Soleil ski area are a dream come true for experienced skiers.
So many people choose to come back to Les Gets year-on-year. With a full-area lift pass and 650km of pistes to choose from, you will not run out of places to ski and snowboard. Grab yourself a full-area liftpass and see how much mileage you can clock up in a three- or four-day short break!
Les Gets really is a dream for mixed-ability groups. Head for "The Bowl" where groups can loop around several times with regular meet-ups for vin chaud on the mountain. Experienced skiers can take on the more challenging red and black runs, or just jump back on a lift for an extra lap.
Les Gets is very beginner-friendly. There is a large nursery-slopes area for your first lessons, and countless easy blue pistes for the improvers. Blue runs in Les Gets tend to be more gentle and beginner-friendly than in other ski areas like The Three Valleys. Find out more...
Les Gets is home to Europe's only kids-only piste. Great childcare options, fantastic ski school and plenty of distractions and attractions for the little ones when they come off the mountain. It's also just a one hour transfer to the airport, making the journey a lot more manageable. Find out more...
There is so much to do in Les Gets besides the skiing. Whether it's snow shoeing and hot air ballooning or just booking a massage in the chalet, you don't need skis to enjoy a winter holiday in Les Gets. Find out more...