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Welcome Our aim is to ensure that you have a flawless experience from the moment you make an enquiry to the moment you leave the chalet. We want you to feel at home but we ultimately aim to spoil you; never overlooking the finer details and always exceeding your expectations. Our vast experience of the winter holiday market, ski chalets and resorts combined with our professional experience in bespoke catering and our extensive knowledge of the local region have allowed us to create a winning formula that wonâ€™t let you down.
Jessica Jess fell in love with the mountains at a very young age; she started skiing with her family aged two and itâ€™s led her to start a life, and a business, in the French Alps.
Jess's family have been widely involved in the hospitality industry for over fifty years with popular restaurants, cafĂŠs and casinos in London. She learnt the values of her grandfather who knew how to make each
one of his guests feel special. Jess strives to go above and beyond her guests' expectations and takes pride in knowing that everyone has been extremely well looked after.
Joshua Joshuaâ€™s history in France stretches back over twenty years to 1991 when his family bought a holiday home in Northern Brittany. Since then his interest in French food and wines has developed, along with an understanding of the varying local regions and people. Joshua passionately creates balanced and interesting chalet menus each season from his varied experience cooking in restaurants, his own private catering company and his lifelong interest in French food and wine.
His food has been described as â€œThe best in the Alpsâ€? and he works hard to ensure that all of his guests have a memorable dining experience.
Portes du Soleil Morzine is central to the Portes du Soleil ski area. With 650km of connected pistes it is one of the largest ski areas in the world. The region receives an average of 8 metres snowfall every winter season and has plenty to offer to all levels of skier. We think of the area in two parts: the Morzine - Les Gets sector and the rest of the Portes du Soleil and Avoriaz. Morzine-Les Gets is an intermediate skierâ€™s paradise with endless forests and cruising blue runs.
The rest of the Portes du Soleil offers more varied skiing, with steeper runs and access to Switzerland and the infamous â€œSwiss Wallâ€? piste.
Location Chalet de mes RĂŞves and Chalet Gentiane are set in a hamlet of six chalets, a 15 minute walk from the centre of Morzine, with ski-in-out access to the Retour des Nants piste. From this elevated position the chalets offer stunning views of the valley, which can be enjoyed from the balconies and hot-tubs. Morzine is just over an hour away from Geneva airport, making it one of the most accessible resorts in the French Alps. Morzine centre is a charming place with a great, authentic atmosphere and lots to do. Unlike some of
the resorts in the Southern Alps, Morzine has retained its traditional, Savoyarde character. The architecture is consistent; fields of wooden chalets stretch along both sides of the valley creating a picturesque landscape, which our chalets overlook. To this day most of the bar and restaurant owners are French, which gives Morzine an honest feel and means prices remain affordable.
Chalet Features • Sleeps 10 guests • 5 Bedrooms (2 doubles, 3 twins) • 3 Bathrooms • Log fire • Hot tub and Sauna
The open-plan communal area is a family-friendly space with an inviting atmosphere and plenty of traditional features. The grand dining table comfortably seats 10 adults and the comfy armchair in front of the fire is the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes! The hot-tub on the balcony provides stunning views across the valley; the ideal setting to soak up the mountainous surroundings!
• Ski room with boot rack • Sky TV, DVD, Wi-Fi, iPod dock • Caroline Henry Toiletries
The open, wood-burning fireplace is central to the living area and creates a relaxing atmosphere for pre-dinner drinks while the final touches are made for dinner.
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Chalet Features • Sleeps 9 guests • 4 Bedrooms (3 doubles, 1 twin) • 3 Bathrooms • Log fire & Hot tub
The communal space is beautifully furnished, with full-height atrium and lots of natural light; triple-aspect views across the valley and up to the piste. Two sets of sliding doors lead out to the large balcony, which wraps around the chalet and is equipped with large dining table and chairs; sunloungers and hot-tub.
• Ski room with boot heaters • Sky TV, DVD, Wi-Fi, iPod dock • Caroline Henry Toiletries • Games room with playstation and dart board
Inside, the open, wood-burning fireplace and underfloor heating will keep you cosy and there’s plenty of space to relax on sofas and armchairs while drinks are served and dinner prepared.
Our Package • Seven nights’ luxury accommodation • Daily housekeeping • Continental breakfast every morning • Cooked breakfast on six mornings • Afternoon tea with freshly baked treats • Three-course evening meals on six nights
• Children’s suppers if required • Carefully selected wines to compliment meals • House wines, beers and soft drinks • Champagne and canapé reception on arrival • Pre-dinner drinks and nibbles • Local cheeseboards and digestifs.
Crémant de Limoux
Kir de Bourgogne
Smoked salmon, chervil and crème fraîche mousse on buckwheat blinis; Chilled gazpacho shots with sweet onions, vine tomatoes and melon ---
Pulled confit de canard with cucumber and baby gem salad;
Roast St Marcellin with jambon de Bayonne, caramelised pears, rocket and orange salad ---
Bloody Mary poached cherry tomatoes with vodka reduction --Mushroom, leek, Cognac and thyme soup --Roast gigot d’agneau with rosemary
Pan-roast fillet of Charolais beef, sweet potato chips, fine green beans and sauce au cinq baies
and garlic, minted pea purée, roast courgette, redcurrant jus ---
Classic apple tarte tatin,
Cheeses from the Savoie and Jura mountains
vanilla crème anglaise
Poire Williams Eau de Vie
Genepi de Savoie
Coffee and chocolates
Coffee and chocolates
Head Chef Originally from Cardiff, Josh worked alongside his brother in Bullyâ€™s Restaurant where he originally learned the ropes. From there he pursued a freelance chef career with an established private caterer and worked in a number of British restaurants alongside chefs such as Michael Caines and Martin Blunos. In April 2012 Josh and Jess established a private catering firm in South West London, which was the pre-cursor to Morgan Jupe Catered Ski Chalets.
For the chalet menus Josh sticks to dishes that he would like to eat on a winter holiday - wholesome, non-pretentious combinations, presented elegantly and served with delicious, matching wines.
Sparkling Crémant de Limoux AOC, Cuvée Emotion Rosé (Georges & Roger Antech)
White Wines Pinot Gris (Domaine Bott-Geyl) Petit Chablis (Christophe Camu) Chateau Pesquié, Ventoux (Famille Chaudière Picpoul de Pinet AOC (Domaine des Lauriers)
Red Wines We source each wine directly from the producer; using contacts from the UK and recommendations from French restaurateurs we have sought out the best wines from Burgundy, the Rhône valley and Languedoc. After (extensive) tasting we have decided on a list that aims to please all palates and complement our menus perfectly. We don’t stick to any prescribed formula, instead we plan our menus in advance, adjust them weekly and daily for any change in produce or any guest’s requirement and then decide on the day which of our wines is the most suitable for
that evening’s meal. This allows us to listen to the preferences of our guests and also take you on a journey of discovery! So please allow us to spoil you with our spectacular wines, regional aperitifs and digestifs!
Coulanges, Bourgogne (Clos du Roi) Château de la Bruyère (Famille Walther) Chateau Pesquié, Ventoux (Famille Chaudière) Côtes du Rhône Villages (Domaine Mourchon) Beaujolais Villages AOC (Manoir du Carra)
Local Wines Rousette (Altesse) de Savoie Mondeuse de Savoie
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