What makes an ideal holiday for you?
For many people, a holiday gives them the opportunity to relax. Cooking is regarded by many people as a chore, and therefore a holiday where someone else is responsible for doing all the food shopping, cooking and washing up would be regarded as a real pleasure.
There aren’t many types of holidays where you can afford the luxury of having someone else cook for you. On a package holiday, where you stay in an all-inclusive resort, buffets are common. But eating from a buffet three times a day is very different to someone putting freshly cooked food down on the table in front of you, as anyone who has been on a package holiday will testify.
If you are staying in a self-catering villa that includes the services of a chef or you are able to afford a chef to visit and provide meals for you and your family and friends, then it is possible to combine a beach holiday with catering. If you cannot, and you have your heart set on a break from the kitchen, then chalet holidays are for you.On a snow holiday or chalet holidays it is very common to have a live-in chef or cook provide all guests with their meals. Catered chalets are not significantly more expensive than non catered chalets, and if there are a few guests staying then the amount shared out is more than reasonable.
Just imagine: fresh, delicious breakfast goods on the table when you get up, and all you have to do is eat it and then walk away. You go off for a day on the slopes with a packed lunch that someone has, again, prepared for you. You come back to the chalet, hungry, and someone else has prepared afternoon tea. You relax with a book or film until dinner, which again, someone else has prepared for you.If this sounds like your kind of holiday, then book catered chalets for your next trip away.