Chalet Rhaetia - self catering chalet in Klosters, close to town and lifts

Chalet in Klosters with Wi-Fi, Childcare available, Satellite / Cable TV, DVD, Parking Available, BBQ

Chalet 2123

Self catering, Sleeps 10 - 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms

Facilities: Wi-Fi, Childcare available, Satellite / Cable TV, DVD, Parking Available, BBQ, Cot Available, Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Balcony / Terrace

Suitable for: Family / Child friendly

Location type: Mountains, Village, Ski resort

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Chalet Rhaetia was built in 2003 in wood in the traditional style as a family holiday home. It is therefore equipped to a much higher standard than ordinary self-catering accommodation. It has been awarded a "Four Star Luxury" rating by the local Tourist Board. There are four double bedrooms and a double sofa bed in the lounge. It sleeps 8 in luxury but up to 10 with the sofa bed.

One bedroom has a double bed; the other three rooms have twin beds. The double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and shower. The other three bedrooms have a shared bathroom and shower. There is a further guest toilet next to the living area. Each bedroom has fitted wooden cupboards and three walls clad in unvarnished pine in the traditional Swiss fashion. Ceilings throughout are pine. Each bedroom has drawer and shelf space. The beds and bedding are imported from England to ensure maximum comfort. A full freshly laundered set of bedding and towels is provided for each stay. The bathroom walls and floors are covered in fine Italian tiling.

The whole house is carpeted. The house is decorated throughout with paintings and prints and rugs imported from England and Denmark. Blending modern with old, there are also antique Swiss cowbells, skis and pewter on show.

Swiss heating and hot water is famously efficient, and the house is fitted with the latest controls. The kitchen is very different from normal self-catering facilities. It is brand new, fully fitted with grill, oven, microwave, toaster and kettle. The fridge/freezer is large, as is the dishwasher. There is also an eating area in the kitchen, as well as crockery and cutlery. As the owner regularly uses the chalet for his family holidays there is a very full range of kitchen implements and saucepans. The living area is furnished with comfy sofas, coffee tables, and custom light fittings. Colour cable TV with 50 channels and DVD player is provided, together with a hi-fi stereo radio and CD player. The dining table is fully extendable for 10 people to dine in comfort.

Chalet Rhaetia has free Wi-Fi broadband for guests. There is no computer, but your laptop should be able to connect. Electrical sockets are European standard, so remember to bring an adaptor if your machine has a non-European plug.

Step through the living room French windows onto a lit patio and garden with views across the valley. The garden is fully equipped with sunloungers, outside table and chairs and sunshades. Walk down the custom handmade wooden staircase to the ground floor. There is a huge tiled cloakroom and ski and ski boot storage area. A utility room has the latest washing machine/dryer. There is also an iron and ironing board. The chalet has a lock-up indoor garage and a reserved outdoor parking space. For families with young children there is a high chair and a travel cot.

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Chalet Rhaetia overlooks mountains and meadows, yet it is conveniently just five minutes walk from shops and restaurants. Walks start from outside the chalet, but if you want to venture further afield, why not leave the car behind? The famous Swiss red trains and yellow buses stop just 5 minutes walk away, providing every travel convenience. Want to get to the top of a mountain fast? The Madrisa bubble car is also just five minutes away.

General information

Property type Chalet
Catered Self catering
Holiday theme Walking holiday, Good night life, Cycling holiday, Summer holidays, Ski Holidays

Accommodation information

Bedrooms

4 bedrooms, sleeps maximum of 10 people

Bathrooms

3 bathrooms

Dining room

Seats 10

Living room

Seats 10

1 double sofa bed

On-site facilities

Entertainment Satellite / Cable TV, DVD, Television, CD Player
Communications & IT Wi-Fi
Household Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Cot Available, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle, Highchair, Towels/linen provided, Hob
Parking Parking Available
Other facilities Childcare available, Balcony / Terrace, Garden, BBQ, Panoramic views

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Car is not necessary

About Klosters

Klosters is a small Swiss village with a population of just 3000 and lies 1200 meters above sea level. A world famous ski and summer resort, it can be reached from Zurich within 2 hours by car or 2 ½ hours by train. It is justifiably a world famous ski resort, part of the Klosters/Davos ski complex. It provides 310km of pistes reached by over 40 cable cars, chairlifts and T bars across five mountains, making it one of the largest ski areas in Europe. However is has a lot more to offer than skiing. It has remained a traditional farming village with classical wooden architecture and "chocolate box" chalets.

In summer the cable cars operate to provide access to mountain walks and rambles through grassy meadows to stunning peaks. Traditional cowbells can be heard across the meadows. Locally made Alpine cheese and butter are available, as is wine from the vineyards just down the valley. Nature reserves provide protection for chamois and ibex whilst the huge pine forests have protected the red squirrel from the more common grey squirrel that has taken over so much of Europe. Mountain bikes can be hired. There are zoos for the children and wine-tasting in the highest vineyards in Europe for mums and dads. The lake at Davos, just 10mins away provides some of the highest sailing in Europe. Tennis, pony trekking, swimming (both outdoors and in) and a trip on the world famous Heidiland and Glacier Express Railways are all on offer.

What makes Klosters and its surrounding area so special is that it is a conservation area. The villages of the whole region are full of traditional Swiss wooden chalets and have not been allowed to sprawl. There are no massive concrete developments as found in many other resorts. Klosters still only has around 30 shops. The meadows are open to everyone. A day trip to the wealthy eighteenth century capital of Chur is worth the effort. Visit St Moritz for the day. Zurich, just a couple of hours away, is a delightfully gentle city with fascinating architecture and legendary shopping.

Activities near Klosters

Local sports activities

Within 15 minutes: Mountain biking, Swimming, Horse riding, Climbing, Fishing, Cycling, Skiing, Walking, Tennis

Within 45 minutes: Golf

Local leisure activities

Within 15 minutes: Food shop, Restaurant, Shopping

Great for Walking holiday, Good night life, Cycling holiday, Summer holidays, Ski Holidays

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