The chalet is situated above Grindelwald with stunning views over the valley and the surrounding mountains, all being part of the UNESCO World heritage site: Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains. The chalet, achieved end of 2014, has been furnished and decorated with care to enable you with your friends or family to spend an unforgettable vacation in a luxurious but cosy place. The ski slopes are 800 m from the house and can be reached on skis by most skiers.
The chalet was realized with noble materials, wood and natural stone, in order to emphasize the authenticity and this warm atmosphere so particular to the alpine houses. The furniture and decoration were chosen with the concern of creating a balance between the contemporary design favoring the comfort as well as the aesthetic and the traditional objects in order to honor the cultural heritage specific to the region.
The main house is spread over 3 floors and includes an entrance hall with plenty of storage space, a living room with fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and a back kitchen, a TV room and a guest toilet.
On the first floor are three bedrooms accessing the large balcony with their bathrooms. In the attic, accessed by a retractable staircase, there is a room for children with a superb view on the village.
The chalet is connected by an outside corridor to a former sheep-fold which was totally renovated at the end of 2016. Here is the sauna, with its breathtaking view of the valley, a bathroom as well as an additional sleeping room with a wood stove.
The whole can accommodate 8 people and 2 children.
The internet is available throughout the house. The heating is done by heat pump.
Whether for a romantic couple, a family holiday or a business trip - an alpine ambience, stylish interior design and contemporary luxury is combined to create an ideal place for any type of holiday.
The site is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders of the Alps. In the center is the powerful mass formed by the Eiger, the Mönch and the Jungfrau, as well as the glacial landscape surrounding the Great Glacier of Aletsch.
In winter, the Jungfrau ski area with more than 200 km of slopes on 3 connected areas allows you to enjoy one of the most beautiful scenery in the Alps in Europe. The area offers many well-kept walking and sledding paths as well as the longest sledge run in Europe: 15 km between Mount Faulhorn and Grindelwald! You will find sledges at your disposal in the chalet ...
There are also many opportunities for cross-country skiers and ice skaters.
In summer, many excursions will let you discover the region whether you are by foot, by bike or even paragliding. You can admire the snow-capped peaks, lakes and rock faces surrounding Grindelwald.
Those who are less sporty can also discover the region by coach, or by taking a train from Grindelwald to Wengen via the mountains or on a boat crisscrossing the large lakes of the surroundings.
You will not hesitate to close your stay in Grindelwald by a trip to the "Top of Europe" which you will reach by train to discover the glacier of Aletsch, which with its 22 km is the longest of the Alps and bring you closer to these three Mythical summits: Mönch, Eiger and the Jungfrau which culminates at 4158m.