Dahu, sleeps 12, La Tania

A 12 guest chalet nestled between pine trees with an outdoor hot tub and sauna too


Chalet Dahu is a stand alone chalet located right next to the Folyeres piste that runs down to the lifts in La Tania resort centre. It is nestled amongst the trees which really makes it a superb choice for those looking for the true chocolate box feel. The pretty resort centre is a short 3-4 minute down hill walk too.

The chalet is made up of 5 twins and 1 double, predominantly ensuite rooms, the chalet also boasts it’s own outdoor hot tub and sauna. Chalet Dahu also boasts it’s own heated boot room, nothing like having toasty toes in the morning!

Catered accommodation only
Sunday to Sunday
Hot Tub Access
Ski In, Ski Out
All en suite

What’s Included

  • Seven nights’ accommodation
  • Dedicated, professional resort staff chosen for their experience, ability and friendliness.
  • 6 days fully catered service; breakfast with hot option and full cooked breakfast once a week, afternoon tea, canapés on two nights, nibbles other nights, 4 course dinner, cheese board, coffee, tea and after dinner chocolates
  • Home-cooked High Tea for children (6pm, 6 days)
  • Bubbly on the last night
  • Complimentary wine served from canapé/nibbles, during dinner and until coffee is served
  • Linen, bath towels and bath robes


Staying in a catered chalet means that you don’t have to lift a finger in the kitchen – enjoy a 4-course dinner party after your day on the slopes, with no washing up! It’s a real treat to have a break from cooking, as well as a really good value way of feeding your family while skiing.

Whether you’re a hot breakfast person or a morning grazer, you’ll find an indulgent selection on the breakfast table in the chalet.

Choose from cereals, warming porridge, yoghurts, fresh fruit, freshly baked baguettes and croissants, which are cooked in the chalet. A selection of jams, butter and a selection of teas, fresh coffee and fruit juice are also available.

Cooked breakfasts such as scrambled egg and grilled tomatoes, or bacon and fried egg are served through the week, with a full English once during your stay.

Nothing says ‘Chalet Holiday’ like a slice of homemade cake and a cup of proper tea after a day on the slopes. It’s a classic feature of a catered chalet and here it’s a tradition that’s fully embraced! Your host will leave tea, coffee, crusty baguettes, butter and jam alongside the tempting treat that they have baked, such as crunchy cookies, squidgy brownies, a luscious lemon drizzle or raspberry cupcakes.

Enjoying an aperitif and nibbles by the fireside, served from 7pm onwards. You will recieve canapés on your second night in the chalet and offered is a glass of fizz and canapés on the last night to end your week in style.

Dinner is served at 7.30pm each evening. Take your seat at the table and enjoy delicious 4-course dinner party dining six nights of the week.

As well as internationally-inspired dishes, your hosts also show off our local mountain produce with a Savoyarde evening during the week, which includes Tartiflette and Tarte aux Myrtilles. Yum!

After every meal you will be served a selection of cheeses to include local favourites such as Comte and Tomme de Savoie.

There are three whites and three red wines which are served in our chalets, with rosé also available.

Wine is served throughout your dinner, with chocolates and freshly brewed coffee or teas to round off the meal.

Early tea is offered for the younger members of the party, which is served at 6pm. Special menus have been created offering tasty, wholesome homemade food, especially after a day of playing in the snow!

The menu has been devised with homemade family favourites such as spaghetti bolognaise and homemade pizza, which hopefully will encourage children to eat plenty during their stay. Meals are served with water, squash or milk.

When booking, please advise if any of the children would like an early tea and indicate any special favourites or dislikes as well as food intolerances/allergies.

At Christmas and New Year, the chalets are decorated and we have a real Christmas tree in every chalet. A traditional Christmas Dinner is prepared with all the trimmings such as crackers, Christmas pudding and even Stilton Cheese. Mince pies, and Christmas cake are also made

New Year is celebrated with a special dinner followed by fireworks in the village. You will also enjoy little treats should you be staying with us on Pancake Day, Valentine’s Day or Easter…

Many guests celebrate special occasions, such as birthdays or anniversaries during their stay. Please advise in advance if there’s anything you’d like to celebrate! Cakes can be decorated and bubbly can be served. Likewise flowers or chocolates can be organised to be delivered if required.

All kinds of diets can be catered for to include vegetarian, vegan and gluten free and the hosts are flexible and trained to adapt to your needs.

If you book the chalet on a sole occupancy basis, and you would like a few changes to the menu, this can be discussed with the party leader.

The hosts have a much-deserved day off in the middle of the week. On this day, breakfast is continental, with the option to boil your own egg in our clever egg machine! For afternoon tea, a cake or biscuits will be left out for you to enjoy.

In the evening you will be able to sample one of the local restaurants, which your hosts will be happy to recommend and book for you.

Carrot and Lentil Soup with French Bread
Confit de Canard with a Madeira Sauce served with Boulangère Potatoes, Spicy Red Cabbage and Mange Tout
Moelleux Chocolate Pudding
Endive, Roquefort and Pear Salad with a Walnut Dressing
Braised Beef Cheek with Honey and Soy served with Creamy Spring Onion Mashed Potato, Chinese Cabbage and Roast Beetroot
Crème Brulée
Chicken Cakes with Sweet Chilli Sauce
Aromatic Fish Curry served with Aloo Ghobi, Basmati Rice, Naan and Mango Chutney
French Lemon Tart


Our Opinion

A really well priced chalet with all the bells and whistles. A top choice.