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Published on Friday, January 31, 2020

Propose on the slopes on February 14



Ski Beat is offering up to £400 per person on a week's ski holiday in France, including departures over Valentine's Day.





Prices start from £449pp and all holidays include vegan and vegetarian options and follow environmentally responsible policies.


Save up to £400 off a week's fully hosted ski holiday at the Chalet Bartavelle in Plagne 1800 (pictured), a beautifully furnished chalet in traditional Alpine style, full of heart motifs.

For anyone planning to propose, Ski Beat will provide a bottle of champagne, organise a candle-lit rendezvous and advise on the most romantic places to declare undying love.

A week's stay now costs £649pp with return flights and transfers from Gatwick, saving £200pp, was £849pp, or £449 to self-drive, saving £400pp.

The offer includes homely, catered accommodation, cooked breakfast, home-made afternoon cakes with tea and three-course evening meals with wine.


Other February deals with Ski Beat include a half-term break in Val Thorens, Europe's highest ski resort, departing Manchester on February 15. The price represents a saving £350pp off the original price of £1,679pp, now at £1,329pp. Self-drive options cost £1,309pp, saving £370pp.


The holiday is at the homely, catered accommodation in Chalet Pika, with an indoor pool and sauna, and includes return flights and transfers, cooked breakfast, afternoon tea, evening meals with wine, return flights and transfers.


Later in February, Ski Beat has £240 off a week's fully hosted skiing at Chalet Bouquetin in Plan Peisey, one of three resorts that make up France's vast Paradiski area.

The holiday costs £689, saving £240pp, from Manchester on February 22. It includes catered accommodation, return flights and transfers. 

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