Chalet Tetras Lyre
Tour operator Ski Beat has a brand-new luxury ski chalet for this season, and its set right on the slopes above the traditional French hamlet of Plan Peisey, the Vanoise Express link to Paradiski/La Plagne, and the six-seater chairlift to Les Arcs.
The five bedroom Chalet Tetras Lyre boasts a hot tub and sauna, for 12 guests, large shared dining and seating areas, and a family suite for four on the top floor.
Ski Beat’s Laura Hazell says :“Private rental of a staffed, catered chalet of this calibre would cost many thousands, but thanks to the unique ski chalet concept, we offer skiers the chance to enjoy the high life,
and take a private ensuite room, with dining and evening relaxation taken in comfortable, homely, shared spaces, and chalet hosts to cater, cook and clean.”
At Chalet Tetras Lyre guests can pay £926pp this season for a week’s stay to include return morning flights from Manchester and Gatwick, airport to chalet return transfers, and chalet hosts to take care of you and prepare continental and cooked breakfast, home-baked cakes with afternoon tea, and three course evening meals with unlimited wine.
Also in Plan Peisey from Ski Beat is Chalet Blanchot, sleeping up to eight guests, and just 150m from the lifts, ski school and village centre. The chalet interiors have been tastefully upgraded, using stone, wood and marble effect finishes, while keeping the chalet’s cosy, homely feel and the stunning mountain views come free.
A week at Chalet Blanchot costs from £881, including return morning flights from Gatwick and Manchester, transfers, continental and cooked breakfasts, home-made cakes with afternoon tea, three course evening meals with unlimited wine.
Ski Beat offers 11 ski chalets in Plan Peisey, a charming and traditional mountain village, with exceptional skiing for all via the six-seater chairlift to high altitude Les Arcs, and the Vanoise Express, the world’s biggest cable car, towards La Plagne, in just four minutes.