How to choose a Christmas tree, when there are literally millions within 1 mile of our Morzine chalet

April 5th, 2012 News

Each year around this time, I feel the strongest urge to walk up the mountain through the snow with my saw, find a pine tree and just cut it down in it’s prime in order to decorate the chalet in Morzine for xmas.

However, the urge is always suppressed by a combination of wanting to source the centrepiece ethically and not wanting to get arrested. The eyes of the tree police are everywhere. So, for another year running I have used my wallet instead of my saw to purchase our 2m tall specimen (any smaller would be silly given the size of the chalet!)

It now takes pride of place in the living room ready for our Christmas guests to arrive in Morzine at the chalet on Saturday. It has ample room under it’s canopy for presents to & from each of the 26 guests that will be staying with us and we can’t wait for the big day!

Headaches, hurdles and hope: Climate action behind-the-scenes

September 16th, 2022 News, Sustainability

Last year we made a commitment to develop a climate action plan and improve the transparency of our work in this area. A year in we share the details.

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Children’s ski wear was boring until now…

November 12th, 2018 News

We love creating partnerships with like minded brands so when we came across Dinoski, a new children’s skiwear brand, it was a no-brainer. Their collection is aimed at children aged 2-7 and features all-in-one, animal themed skiwear, which are waterproof and warm, sprinkled with just the right amount of wild.…

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Inspiring food blogs that will leave you hungry

September 28th, 2017 News

Check out a few of Kat’s favourite blogs that inspire some of her creations. Wild mushrooms, parsnips, pumpkins, plums, apples and nuts: autumn brings an abundance of colourful produce to satisfy our revived appetites and cravings for heartier dishes. It’s the perfect time for me to start cooking and planning…

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Easy plum and red onion chutney

September 21st, 2017 News

As we’re very lucky to have lots of fruit trees on our doorstep, in late September every year I am faced with the delicious problem of what to do with an abundance of fruit. Chutney is always the winning answer! This recipe works for pretty much any type of red…

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Chalet Holidays in Morzine