....and so do their parents. We are always looking for ways to make your holiday and your children's as happy and hassle free as possible.
For instance, our chauffeured minibuses mean you don't have to worry about getting them and their ski equipment to or from the pistes. And we will gladly serve children's high tea in the early evening so that you can relax and enjoy dinner with your friends later, while they play in the sitting room nearby or have gone to bed! Or, if you all wish to eat together, your chef will tailor the food to suit. And on the chalet staff's night off we provide children's high tea and complimentary baby sitting so that the adults can - if they wish - have a child-free evening, secure in the knowledge that their children are being well looked after.
We are also happy to book ski lessons (available for children over the age of four), lift passes and ski equipment in advance so that there is less to think about on your arrival.
Cots, high chairs, sterilisers, a selection of games, toys and children's DVDs are available in each chalet and, if requested, we can even stock up on nappies and wipes for you, to save you bringing them with you. We have a small number of pushchairs available too, or can hire these for you if needed. Please indicate your requirements on the booking form.
For child care during the day, we now offer our own private nanny service, to look after your children in the comfort of your chalet. This service must be pre-booked - availability is limited; you can either book a nanny for the whole week, or just for the hours that you need.
You can rest assured that your children are in safe hands. Our nannies are hand-picked, screened (including references and police checks) and trained by us. They are English speaking, qualified to NNEB or equivalent standard or have significant formal childcare experience, and hold a first aid certificate.
For further details please visit the nanny service page.
Last updated: 10 February 2012 11:08 GMT
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