What the press say

Skiology have appeared in a small handful of publications …

Telegraph: “Skiing: the best Alpine chalets”

Close to the Avoriaz cable-car at Ardent, a 10-minute bus ride from the town centre. Newly built boutique ski lodge, ideal for families. Sleeps eight. Cow-skin rugs and Savoyard antiques. £3,992 to £5,272, or £449pp to £659pp. Skiology (020 7183 0688; www.skiology.co.uk) Telegraph

Food and Travel: Chalets with the best chefs

“When the Turner Brothers, Luke and Dom, decided to turn their passion for skiing in to a full time job, they created Skiology. With considerable cooking experience under their belts (Luke turned down a job a Heston Blumental’s Fat Duck restaurant), they took the unprecedented approach of working with the U.K’s top catering schools to offer placements for students in their chalets (currently 2 in Les Carroz and 1 in Morzine). By recruiting chefs with a genuine passion for food, they have guaranteed quality of cuisine is in keeping with their own high standards.

The Turners have brought a fresh, young approach to their chalets introducing Nintendo Wiis in each property as well as TV’s linked to the Internet to view conditions on the mountain. They will bring you tea and coffee in bed, drive you to the slopes and also work with the carbon offsetting charity Cool Earth to neutralise the Carbon emission of the chalet and it’s guests.

This Winter head chef Dom will be hosting guests at the chalet Deux Freres, where he will be serving dishes such as slightly spiced bloody Mary tomato soup and garlic and rosemary infused roast lamb. Be sure to try some of Dom’s Bolivian Banana bread, a firm favourite with loyal guests at Deux Freres”

Bettertopic: “Top 5 ski chalets for Foodies”

“…When it come’s to the food, this Chalet is clearly a cut above the rest. The Turner brothers have vast culinary as well as skiing experience making them the best hosts you could ask for. Their modern take on alpine classics really sets them apart…” Read more:www.bettertopic.com

Simply Piste Blog: “Fine dining in Morzine”

“If luxury food is something that you look forward to every time you take a trip to the slopes, you might want to consider a trip to Morzine this season. Skiology.co.uk has been a hit in the region since their inception. Their emphasis on comfort and a high quality personal service has allowed them to keep a customer retention figure of around 60%” … read more Simply Piste

Yodel magazine: “Ski Food and Nutrition”

“Rosie Smith is a nutritionist and helps ski chalets to write a hearty and healthy menu for their guests. She is currently working with Skiology and here she tells Yodel why food is such an important part of your ski holiday” … read more Yodel

Daily Mail: “Powder up! Where to discover the secret resorts with top skiing at affordable prices”

Les Carroz (lescarroz.com) links seamlessly to Flaine and the rest of the 73-lift Grand Massif ski area. It’s an attractive village with slopes best suited to intermediates. Chalet Deux Freres sleeps ten, £499pp half-board, travel not included, through Skiology (07894 758535, skiology. co.uk) Daily Mail

Telegraph: “Ski deals to suit every budget”

“From February a gondola will take you up to Avoriaz in just four minutes. Chalet L’Isiere sleeps eight and is a short walk from the lift. From February 24 it costs £569pp, travel not included, through Skiology” … read more Telegraph

Guardian: “Small wonders: the best deals from smaller operators”

Big names dominate the market, but smaller firms often know their resorts better and can offer lower prices. Here’s the pick of this season’s best deals …. Skiology to Les Carroz The Guardian 

Ski and Snowboard Magazine: Bargain breaks

Clock up the miles in the Grand Massif … Skiology’s properties are recently renovated in a sharp, modern style. Similar accomodation in Meribel would set you back £200 a week more. They’re a great base from which to explore the Grand Massif… Oct

Metro newspaper : Whats new on the slopes ?

“But the focus this season seems to be enjoying great snow without getting too deeply into debt. The answer is to stay at lesser-know, smaller resort such as Les Carroz (pictured) in France, which has access to the Grand Massif. Skiology (www.skiology.co.uk) offers a long weekend in a catered chalet from £299.

Evening Standard: Skis at the ready for the new season

“while Skiology (020 7183 0688, www.skiology.co.uk) is new to Morzine – and to Flaine’s prettier sister Les Carroz, where a long weekend costs from £299pp half board” The Evening Standard