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Many thanks to all our past guests for the reviews on trip advisor that have been posted for us and a special thanks to Jo, Alex, Cam & Lucy for the 100th Review!! Please keep them coming!

100th Review!!

Thanks to all our lovely, loyal clients we are up to 99 reviews….who will be the 100th? Thanks so much to all of you who have written a review…very much appreciated! The Snowlife team!

NO more room at the inn…..

until the 6th April….Feb and March fully booked…don’t miss out on this fantastic season…book now for our last week…guaranteed snow and celebrations!!!

First Tracks

Wow – so much snow has fallen that La Clusaz has decided to open La Balme mountain at 07.30 this morning….fresh powder….fresh tracks….what a start to the week-end!

Recipe of the week!

Chicken Satay bites

A new addition to the menu this year in the chalet, this peanut satay sauce can be used in a stir fry or simply as a dip. Here at Panoramic, we serve it up with bite size pieces of chicken as a nibble before dinner! Serves 10

Peanut Satay Sauce 1 cup peanuts 1-2 cloves garlic, minced… Continue reading

Nearly Time!!!

Another awesome day on the slopes – perfect snow and sunshine and it’s nearly time for Dani’s afternoon tea cake!! What is it going to be today!?

You must come and stay!!!

The most fantastic ski conditions ever and guess what we have two rooms (up to 6 people possible) left for the week of the 23rd February – €1075 per person – snow and fun guaranteed!!!

Here we go again!!!

Yes!!! Another 20-30cm last night!!  It might take Andrew a while to clear the decks today but  no worries he’s a happy boy – its a POWder day!!

Recipe of the week!

Red Velvet Layer Cake

“One of the Tea Time show stoppers. Red Velvet cake looks beautiful with a bright white icing and a deep red soft sponge. I am often asked by our guests what flavour the cake is – hard to say really, its quite unique. It’s not a chocolate cake, its not too sweet, yet there is something… Continue reading


Oh yes more snow on the way and not just a few centimetres either – POWder!!