The chalet is located in Zermatt's only ski-in ski-out district, Winkelmatten. This is known as the "Beverly Hills" of Zermatt and has some fantastic restaurants and bars, children's play areas and shops.
The propery is a beautiful free-standing chalet and is unique in Zermatt in that it is the only free-standing chalet with a Swimming Pool, there is also a Hammam, Sauna, massage room and an outdoor hot-tub. Adjacent to the wellness area in the lower ground floor is a cinema room and games area with a pool table which has a table-tennis fitting.
The ground floor has a spacious entrance, a dining area that can seat 12 comfortably, a lounge with open fire, TV, DVD and wireless internet and a separate library area. There is a separate closed kitchen where our team will work to create fabulous cuisine throughout your stay.
- From the chalet you can ski through the meadow and down to the Klein Matterhorn Express and you can ski back to the door of the chalet down the Moosweg ski-run. There is a ski and boot-room with heated boot racks at the chalet.
- Dining area that can seat 14 comfortably
- There is a separate closed kitchen where our team will work to create fabulous cuisine throughout your stay.
- Our chefs and chalet staff are on hand to provide you with a chilled glass of champagne in the Jacuzzi, organise your massage and prepare breakfast, afternoon tea and a six course gourmet evening meal.
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Zermatt is a traditional farming village nestled at the foot of the famous Matterhorn Mountain.
This picturesque chocolate box village was made famous by Edward Whymper the English Moutaineer who was one of the first climbers to summit the Matterhorn an epic that ended in tragedy. Since his conquest in July 1865, Zermatt has become a world famous ski and mountaineering resort. The car-free village combines traditional Alpine stadels with contemporary chalets and hotels. Horse drawn sleighs give Zermatt a decadent feel of a bygone age.
Zermatt has some of the best skiing in the world in one of the largest ski areas you can find, whether cruising the reds, taking the 14.5km Ventina run from the Klein Matterhorn to Breuil-Cervinia, the challenging moguls of Trifti or the sublime off-piste of Schwarsee trees, there is something for everyone. Zermatt has invested millions of francs into the infrastructure making it one of the best linked resorts in the Alps.
How To Get There
Zermatt is situated in the Wallis Kanton of Switzerland at the head of the Rhone valley, close to the Italian border. It is easily accessible from Geneva airport, where transfer time by car is approximately 2 hours 45 minutes, as well as the smaller regional airport of Sion, which is only 1 hour 15 minutes from Zermatt by car.
Zurich and Milan airports are also within a 3 hour 30 minute drive. Zurich, Geneva and Milan all have good rail links to Zermatt and the train journey from Geneva is particularly stunning passing around the edge of Lake Geneva (Lac Leman). The train from Zurich is 3 hours and from Geneva and Milan 3 hours 30 minutes.
Activities / What to do there?
- Biking, Hiking
- Local Culture
- Horse Riding
- Ice Skating
- Relaxing & Wellness