Post-Brexit – it’s business as usual!
The recent Brexit referendum has thrown up lots of questions for the travel and ski industries, but our feeling at Ski Talini is that the snow will still continue to fall in the Three Valleys, and we all still love skiing!
So we’re just going to carry on doing what we do best…
Our many years of experience across various sectors of the industry tell us that people who have been bitten by the ski bug generally manage to have at least one winter holiday a year.
We have already taken lots of bookings for next season and we’re keeping our prices as pre-June 23rd. Our guests will – of course – receive our usual high levels of service and can enjoy seriously good food, complimentary bar and all those little extra touches that our loyal clients have come to expect on a Ski Talini holiday.
Ultimately, the reason we’re here is because we love skiing and the mountains. So it’s business as usual here at Talini HQ. Give us a call if you’d like to reserve a ski holiday!
What does Brexit mean for skiers?
Skiers’ concerns are regarding passports (unlikely to change before next winter), insurance (the EHIC arrangement is unlikely to change before next winter but please ensure you have specialist winter sports insurance, as usual) and the exchange rate (you’re buying your holiday in pounds!)
We have just one week left at New Year, one Half Term chalet, and one Christmas holiday still available. Unfortunately the week of 2nd April is fully booked but we have availability on 9th and 26th March in some chalets.