I never normally write reviews as I think it's often publicity stunt. However I genuinely think Treeline Chalets deserves a special mention. Having not been snowboarding before I had no idea what to expect. All my friends were seasoned boarders so convinced me to go on holiday with them. I just thought we'd be staying in average dorm type rooms with loads of strangers and eat substandard (all inclusive) type food. How wrong was I! The rooms were so lovely and cosy. Wood pine, au suite, comfortable and warm. The lounge area was really nice and relaxing, with three big sofas to chill out on. The food was fantastic. Every day a freshly baked cake greeted us on arrival! A 3 course dinner every night of top notch quality. Our hosts, Jay and Ros were really good at dealing with dietary requests and made sure that the Veggie menu wasn't the typical lasagne and goats cheese salad as you always get! But lovely variations of curries, risotto's, falafel and traditional French dishes. The little extras were great too. Sauna and hot tub after a day on the slopes really helped! Especially if you're a beginner and fall a lot! The transfers and lifts into town helped ease the stress of organizing everything. Also Amy and Duncan, having lived in Morzine for years, so were able to tell us about really cool bars and restaurants to hang out at. Clearly these two know what they're doing with 3 chalets at Treeline. All in all I couldn't have had a nicer stay. Amy, Duncan, Ros and Jay were so hospitable, they really made our holiday. The town is great as it's not just a ski resort so there is plenty to see and do on the days when you want a rest for riding (prob beginners only) and the weather was ace. Avoriaz is full of a wide range of slopes for everyone's ability.
I'm def going again as not only have I caught the bug for snowboarding but found a little hidden gem with this chalet.