Welcome to our website. All the information you might need about our 8-bedroom mountain chalet is available by clicking on the tabs on the left.
The chalet consists of: a 50 sq.m. 2-bedroom apartment on the ground floor (the white-walled parts you seen in the picture below) and a large (200+ sq.m.) 6-bedroom section that we call ‘the chalet’ or ‘main chalet’, since it makes up over 80% of the floorspace of the whole building. There is a door between them, just off the entrance hall, so it is easy to combine them for one group of 16 people, or separate them for two groups of 12 + 4. Only the main chalet has access to the spa rooms (sauna, Jacuzzi, shower etc) and the laundry room.
If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to call us or e-mail us on the contact details also on the left.
Both chalet & apartment are managed locally. Bookings are made on-line via this website.
We’ve yet to make a deduction from a security deposit, as we don’t worry about the odd glass or plate being broken. What we really do mind is smoking. Up until this year, 2015, we have never had a problem with this but, in December 2014, one of our guests decided to smoke in the ground-floor apartment. He or she then decided that putting nasty-smelling candles around the apartment would disguise the smell. What they didn’t realise, it would seem, is that nothing disguises the smell of smoke from an ex-smoker.
It took a week (luckily we had a spare week) and lots of product, plus laundering all the curtains and cushion covers, to try to get rid of it. Plus a week of leaving the windows open! Not only this, but the same guests decided to use petrol to light the wood-burning stove (he or she left a water bottle half full of petrol in the apartment when he or she left).
We don’t ask returning clients to pay us a security deposit, as it is a hassle for all, but guests who smoke won’t be allowed to return.
I’m riding the RideLondon-Surrey 100-mile bike ride again this summer. Last year I completed the distance (for the first time ever) and raised over £1,500 for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity. As I’m riding 300 miles for them again in October, I thought I’d find a different charity to raise funds for in August. I’ve chosen to support