Self-drive, self-catered ski holidays: It needn’t be down market
When it comes to a self-drive and self-catered ski..........

Self-drive, self-catered ski holidays: It needn’t be down market
When it comes to a self-drive and self-catered ski holiday, many people think that it is a budget option, coming second to catered resorts and flights to a ski destination.
Of course, this is not the case! Not only will you have more choice and control over your travel, you won’t have to worry about baggage restrictions, delayed flights etc. And, what’s more, you will have greater choice of what you eat and when. You’ll also have an adventure finding your own way to your resort, and will explore the local supermarkets and find out more about the area.
What’s more, there are a number of luxury residences offering self-drive and self-catered ski holidays. Many feature on the Snowfinders website! 
In fact, four of these very nice residences for self-catered, self-drive holidays include la Roisere, Tignes, Zell am See and La Plagne. Take a further look at these high-quality resorts below:
La Roisere, France
The resort of La Rosiere is set high above the town of Bourg -St-Maurice, France (1850 metres above to be precise!) and is a great resort for snow sure slopes.
The resort itself is attractive. What’s more, not only does La Rosiere offer a friendly family environment, it has been well-developed with self-catered chalets and a few apartments over the years.
All in all, La Rosiere is popular for piste skiers but experts will find off-piste here too.
Tignes, France
Situated 2,100 m above sea level, the Tignes resort offers ski lovers one of the most beautiful domains in the world: The Espace Killy. The skiing is suitable for early intermediates to experts. What’s more, the winter ski season starts in November and ends in May. The glacier serviced by the Grande Motte funicular is open for summer skiing all year round.
You’re sure to find luxury self-drive, self-catered ski holidays in Tignes at any time of the year!
Zell-Am-See, Austria
Zell am See is a charming lakeside town comprising of a medieval centre which is traffic free. The lake itself is stunning and is used for winter sports such as curling and ice skating, as well as walking. There is a huge selection of hotels, pensions, small boutiques, cafes, bars, clubs, coffee chops, and Austrian patisseries. 
Because there is such a diverse range of accommodation in Zell-Am-See, expect no less than luxury for your self-drive, self-catered holiday. 
La Plagne, France
La Plagne is made up of 10 villages, ranging from the not so attractive Aime 2100, to the quaint farming village of Montchavin. 
All the villages are well connected by the lift system as well the main ones being linked by a free bus service. 
There is also a cable car that enables skiers to get across to ski the resorts of Les Arcs, which means there is a huge ski area that is fantastic for all intermediate levels.
Therefore, if you are an intermediate skier looking for a high-quality, self-drive, self-catered choice of ski holiday, then La Plagne may indeed be the destination for you!
Are you looking for more self-catered, self-drive luxury ski holidays?
Then why not give us a call at Snowfinders on 01858 466888?