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Luxury interior designed chalet +sensational views – Home 104397 Chalet

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 14 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Luxury interior designed chalet +sensational views – Home 104397

  • Chalet
  • 6 bedrooms
  • sleeps 14
  •  min stay varies

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Chalet / 6 bedrooms / 6 bathrooms / sleeps 14

Key Info

  • Ski
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Haute Nendaz is at the centre of the Four Valleys ski area , one of only seven ski areas worldwide to hold 5 stars of excellence with 412km of pistes and the chalet offers ski- in access. The slopes are north facing which makes for as reliable snow as possible. The area benefits from 300 days sunshine per year and there are a multitude of activities throughout the year with walking , mountain biking , paragliding , horse riding , swimming , tennis etc . Sion is 20 minutes and Geneva only 80 minutes away.

The chalet is stunning with breathtaking panoramic views .It is a 310 m2, 6 bed 6 bath chalet built out of natural materials and stone to combine a rustic feel with a very high modern specification . The double height living room provides a real ‘wow ‘ factor and the layout caters for families and large groups with a double living room and spacious kitchen / dining room and a further second separate living room, ideal for noisy children ! There are 2 plasma TVs and

Haute Nendaz is at the centre of the Four Valleys ski area , one of only seven ski areas worldwide to hold 5 stars of excellence with 412km of pistes and the chalet offers ski- in access. The slopes are north facing which makes for as reliable snow as possible. The area benefits from 300 days sunshine per year and there are a multitude of activities throughout the year with walking , mountain biking , paragliding , horse riding , swimming , tennis etc . Sion is 20 minutes and Geneva only 80 minutes away.

The chalet is stunning with breathtaking panoramic views .It is a 310 m2, 6 bed 6 bath chalet built out of natural materials and stone to combine a rustic feel with a very high modern specification . The double height living room provides a real ‘wow ‘ factor and the layout caters for families and large groups with a double living room and spacious kitchen / dining room and a further second separate living room, ideal for noisy children ! There are 2 plasma TVs and DVD players. wifi internet , stereo etc and toys and games for children and adults.

Dramatic in the day time but cosy at night, the living area is dominated by a huge fireplace constructed out of stone helicoptered down from the mountain – perfect for settling down after a hard days skiing or hiking in front of a log fire with a glass of wine. Alternatively , jump into the hot tub for an outside perspective.

The raised dining area also enjoys the views . It consists of a solid oak dining table for 12 and a bespoke kitchen hand built out of reclaimed old wood which looks down onto the living area and through the double height windows to the valley below.

Catering services can be arranged and renters have the option of self catering ; 'standard ' ; and 'full service' (more details available on request).

Further details indoors

The chalet was designed using reclaimed local stone and old wood to give the feel of a traditional chalet but combines the best of modern architecture using double height living rooms to make the best of the location with stunning 220 degree views across the Rhone valley to the mountains opposite.
The kitchen is hand built from reclaimed old timbers and the dining table made of oak , whilst the huge stone fireplace was helicoptered down from the mountain.
These effects are set off with high quality lighting , plasma TV recessed into the dry stone walls , blu ray DVD , wifi internet ; Kitchen with 2 freezers , plate warmer , dishwasher , 2 ovens etc ; heated floors throughout and power showers & heated towel rails in the bathrooms ; hot tub for 8 outside etc
There is a second living room with en suite bathroom and bedroom and beds constructed out of timber in a traditional chalet style which serves either as a master suite for a couple or for families as a playroom with TV for the children and novel sleeping area !

Further details outdoors

The chalet stands in a large area of private land and has a large balcony with wonderful views that can be enjoyed from the 8 person hot tub.

Location description from owner

The Swiss Alps region

The Swiss Alps offer fantastic holidays and plenty to do in summer as well as winter.
Apart from world class skiing , the Valais region has a Mediterranean climate in summer and benefits from 300 days sunshine per year. Lake Geneva is 45 minutes away ; for a cultural tour Martigny offers the Pierre Giadda Foundation with its Roman Museum; at the other extreme for the children there is Happyland , Switzerlands largest theme park 30 minutes away ; Waterworld is fun for all and there is a superb golf course at Crans Montana 30 minutes from the chalet .

Haute Nendaz

Haute Nendaz is a year round resort with plenty to see and do in summer as well as winter.

It is at the centre of the Four Valleys ski area , one of only seven ski areas worldwide to hold 5 stars of excellence. There are 412km of pistes and 92 lifts giving access to snow parks for children; steady pisted skiing amongst trees with stops at gorgeous characterful mountain restaurants through to extensive off piste - there is something for everyone .
The 4 Valleys traditionally benefit from good snow due to their height and Nendaz further benefits from reliable snow because it is north facing .The first cable up from Nendaz rises to Tracouet at 2200m which houses a superb children's snow park area. There is a large restaurant at Tracouet and adult skiing is available directly from here across the whole resort which has a huge range of slopes and restaurants for everyone. Heading to the highest point of the ski area, one climbs to Mont Fort at 3300m ( 4th picture) from which it is possible to ski off into the back bowl for conditions as challenging off piste as the most hardened skier could wish for.

The region benefits from 300 days sunshine every year and as well as the activities in The Valais region , Haute Nendaz offers a multitude of activities from 250 km of mapped hiking trails and 98 km along the bisses water tributaries to the Rhine below , 200 km of mountain bike trails ; canyoning ; paragliding; kickboarding ; swimming , tennis , spas, through a packed schedule of activities as helpfully set out on the www.nendaz.ch website. Nendaz is large enough to offer a full choice of restaurants apres ski , shops and sports , but small enough to retain a family friendly resort charm.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 5 Double Beds, 1 Sofa Bed, 3 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 6 En suites

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Private garden
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Games room
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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About the owner

Julian C
Response rate:
95%
Calendar updated::
25 Apr 2017
Years listed:
7
Based in:
United Kingdom
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English


This Chalet has 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and sleeps 14. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 16 Oct 2009. Located in Nendaz, it has 12 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £1900 to £6500.

The Owner has a response rate of 95% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 25 Apr 2017.

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“Wonderful chalet with amazing views”

Reviewed 1 Sep 2014

The chalet is amazing and the views are to match. Bedrooms and kitchen are fully equiped and the property manager Nicole does an amazing job to help and make you feel welcome. The drive up from the valley is long, Haute Nendaz is packed with tourists but once you're in the challet all that is easily forgotten. Would definitely repeat!

“FABULOUS CHALET WITH AWESOME VIEW”

Reviewed 8 Jun 2013

A well planned chalet which caters to one and all - minute details have been looked into and facilities provided to suit all ages. Approach is slightly diificult for the elderly without a car.. We were very lucky to get cold weather in the month of May, including snowfall. A MEMORABLE STAY! Had the hot tub been operational, it would have added to the good time we spent in the chalet. PATRICK SCHLURP and his wife were of immense help, a speacial thanks to both of them.

“Chalet Wildhorn: A hidden germ in Haute Nendaz”

Reviewed 17 Apr 2012

We stayed in Chalet Wildhorn for one week late February and I cannot recommend it enough. Beeing two families with three young children, and having rented a couple of other chalets in Haute Nendaz in the past, we found chalet Wildhorn the best choice we could have made in the area. From the brilliant check-in service, to the spectacular views, the convenient layout, the standing decoration, the comfortable beds, the beautiful bathrooms, everything is carefully appointed by the wonderful owners to make you feel at home, and to accommodate a perfect vacation in the mountain. We can't wait to come back next season!

“Chalet Wildhorn, Nendaz - a wonderful holiday experience”

Reviewed 30 Jan 2012

We have just returned from a week away at Chalet Wildhorn in Haute-Nendaz, Switzerland, where we celebrated my 40th Birthday with a group of invited friends. The chalet sleeps 12 comfortably with 6 ensuite double rooms. The open plan living/dining areas are true to the website pictures, and allow guests not only the opportunity to take in the most magnificent view, but also an opportunity to socialise without anyone feeling excluded, especially whilst preparing meals. The bedrooms and bathrooms are nicely appointed and the family room is good if you have children in the group. The open plan fire place in the lounge is also great for post ski day warm up, and post dinner drinks, but beware the price of wood when purchased from the local supermarkets. Speaking of local supermarkets, these are well stocked and offer a good range of products. We arranged to bring our own chalet hosts (both chefs by training), and both were very impressed by the range and quality of the kitchen appliances. The chalet is located above the village, and although not the easiest assess route, once we had mastered the art of putting on snow chains (a must), we did not have any problems with getting in or out of the driveway. I think one must appreciate that in Winter this is always going to be something to take into account (especially after some of the heaviest snowfalls since the 60's). The resort itself favours the more seasoned skier, with very little available for the novice. That said we had 6 first time/ newby skiers in our group. All took advantage of the lessons available through the ski schools, and by the end of the week had mastered the blue runs in the area. We also ventured to Thyon and Siviez during the week. Siviez a must see on a clear day. We took the lifts all the way up to the top of Mont Fort and it was stunning. The black and red runs in this area are definitely for the experienced skier. Our more seasoned skiers also took advantage of the ski in/ ski out from the chalet. We did not venture out in the evenings, but the resort does have a number of restaurants and bars/clubs. You can walk to and from the chalet into town, although this is about a 30 minute uphill return journey. In summary, this will be a holiday that our group will talk about for many years to come. Besides the non stop banter within the group, what also made the whole experience unforgettable was the location and the accommodation.

“Outstanding luxury ski chalet”

Reviewed 4 Jul 2011

Chalet Wildhorn is perched high on a steep hillside, with a triple-storey picture window giving a breathtaking view over the valley below. The main living area, comprising an enormous lounge area and a mezzanine kitchen and dining area has a stunning interior design, with high ceilings with massive wooden beams and floors in polished wood and natural stone, complemented by interesting rugs. The centrepiece is a superb stone fireplace with a ventilation system that ensures a roaring open fire. The bedrooms have beds with top-quality matresses and stylish soft furnishings, while the en-suite bathrooms continue the modern wood and stone design theme. The ski slopes are a five minute walk away for skiers of intermediate ability and upwards - alternatively the main ski lift is three minutes drive away. I can't wait to go back!

“Great Chalet - can ski even in late March”

Reviewed 25 Jun 2011

We and another family stayed here at the end of the British Easter school holidays. Ample space for four adults and the five children between us. Once you have found the place (tricky - get *exact* instructions or you'll end up wasting half an hour as we did) the place is spectacular. The view across the valley: stunning. The beds and bathrooms: exquisite. The comforts, wifi and UK Sky TV: ideal. There was even a spare TV where we could plug in and link the kids' Xbox! Booking the recomended catered dinner is definitely worth it for a few nights. As it was end of season we had to drive ten mins up the mountain to get to the nearest lift to skiable snow. We are not experienced skiers so can't really comment on the slopes but we had a great time at Chalet Wildhorn.

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