• five bedrooms
  • four shower/bathrooms
  • three toilets (in bath/shower rooms)
  • dining area, with table seating for 10
  • seating area with large corner settee
  • large wood burning stove
  • 42 inch plasma TV with DVD player and surround sound
  • balconies on each floor, running the length of the chalet with stunning views
  • gas barbecue for summer use
  • garage with up and over door
  • large 'ski cave' in garage
All of the bedrooms are on the first floor and three of the five bedrooms have a south-facing aspect and direct access to the balcony which runs the length of the Chalet, with stunning views. The main bedroom has the option of double bed or twin single beds, the double being produced by putting the singles together to make one king-sized bed. The other two main bedrooms are arranged as to one with twin beds and the other with a double bed. Bedroom four has adult sized bunk beds, with the possibility of a third adult sized mattress on the floor and bedroom five, the smallest bedroom, has a small double bed (190cm x 120cm) which serves as an intimate double or a good single bed. All of the bedrooms except the bunk room have ample cupboard or drawer space.

Also on the first floor there is one bathroom (with full sized shower in the bath) with basin and toilet, one shower room with basin and one further shower room with basin and toilet.

On the ground floor, the front door, with automatic outside light, leads to the hall in which there is a large cupboard with hanging space for ski wear, and a shower room with basin and toilet. There is an under the stairs cupboard with washing machine/dryer.

The large light and airy sitting room/dining room/kitchen area takes up the remainder of the ground floor with ample comfortable seating in the sitting room area, large dining table with seating for 10 and stylish open plan kitchen arranged so that the cook never feels cut off from the rest of the party! There is a 42 inch plasma TV and DVD player with surround sound, wood burning stove and more spectacular views over Chatel. There are three french windows leading to the balcony which runs the length of the chalet and is ideal for eating or just sitting outside, whether for breakfast in the morning sun or a sundowner in the evening sun.

Access to the Chalet from the communal parking and garage area is up a footpath of about 65 metres in length.  It is not suitable for the disabled or for  pushchairs or prams.

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