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Recent Reviews

  • Perfect accommodation
    5 of 5

    This is a top quality chalet on a south facing mountain side, which has been fitted out to a very high specification. It is excellently managed by a neighbour who will even pick you up from the local station. Stunning views of the valley and outside seating on the veranda for "dining out". There is parking for your car, and if you have come by train, there is a walk up from the station which I did in 15 minutes with a large bag of shopping and a back pack and I am well past retirement age! Take the cable car which passes over the property to the top station on a sunny day and you will be amazed at what you see up there - surely Morel's best kept "secret". The owners adopt a very much hands-on approach to letting this property and take every possible means to ensure that you enjoy your stay. Highly recommended and we would certainly return.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • The pictures do not lie. This is a charming and intimate chalet in a stunning location .
    5 of 5

    If you want to stay in a large soulless hotel then look elsewhere . There are numerous hotels in this region and I'm sure many are good, but what you get with chalet rondo is the keys to a private family home: echoes of children now presumably grown up; access to the owners' reading matter and musical tastes . The chalet itself is small but has everything you could need, cleverly designed to maximise the space . Perched on the side of the mountain the panoramic view from the balcony is of endless mountains including a glacier on the left and the Matterhorn in the distance on the right . The villages of Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiescheralp occupy a car-free plateau (we parked for a week at the cable car station in the valley floor for 60 euros ). Access is via cable car which can be expensive ( a 5 day family pass covering all lifts cost us 230 euros ). However it is worth getting an all-access pass as it allows you to get to different parts of the mountain for walks and attractions . The villages have metalled roads so pull along suitcases are fine, and for excursions the lift pass means that once you are at a certain altitude you can walk on relatively level ground (similar to a walk in Wales or Scotland but not mountain climbing ). So a moderate degree of fitness is required to get around, and while the route to the chalet from the cable car is on a level road the final approach is via a steep grass path so pack light !

    Stayed: Aug 2017
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