As the holidays are planned and published a year in advance, the details of the holiday, such as the
accommodation, or even the resort, may change. On these rare occasions we would always look to provide an
alternative of a similar standard.
Campsites, chalets and mountain centres:
In our campsites we provide tents that accommodate two or three people. Our meals are prepared in a central
cook tent, served for us to enjoy sitting around the marquee or in the fresh air - camp style with no tables.
The mountain centres/chalets are run by our own team. Clean and simple, there is a variety of rooms and
dormitories. Each morning, you have the opportunity to make a packed lunch.
A list of what to bring (e.g. airbed and sleeping bag for camping holidays) will be sent in the Detailed
With the system of centralised cooking which we operate in the campsites, mountain centres and chalets, we
cannot provide for special diets and can only offer a limited vegetarian option. Once or twice during your stay
you will have the opportunity to help the cooks before and after the meal (e.g. washing up).
Please note that there is a no alcohol policy in our campsites, chalets and mountain centres.
The ability of different hotels to cater for dietary requirements can vary. Please contact us for more details.
Swimming pools and other facilities may not always be open due to maintenance or seasonal closure. There
can be a range of rooms at a hotel within our group's allocation (i.e. the size of room, decoration, equipment,
views etc may be different).
Room or tent sharing:
Whether staying in a tent, chalet, mountain centre or hotel, there is the opportunity to share a room with
others. The Oak Hall office will place you into a shared room with others of the same gender and where
possible, a similar age to you. If you are coming with friends or family, please indicate this at the time of
booking and you will be accommodated with them wherever possible. Please note that mixed accommodation
is only available for married couples or families.