Nature house in Grächen

Details Contactless stay

Nature house-id 24145
Region Valais
Country Switzerland
Number of guests 9
Bedrooms 4
Type bungalow
Rental situation detached
Location isolated
Check-in 15:00 - 22:00
Check-out 07:00 - 11:00

About this nature house

Ski and hiking enthusiasts please notice! This beautiful ruralhut is close to a beautiful hiking and skiing area. The cottage has a living room, open kitchen, two bathrooms and four bedrooms. In the cozy living room there is a comfortable seating area, a wood burning stove and a TV. Next you will find the open kitchen, including a coffee machine, dishwasher and washing machine. The cottage has four bedrooms. Two bedrooms have a double bed. The other two bedrooms have a bunk bed and a single bed. During the winter months the cottage is not accessible by car. However, there is a parking space available near the road. The cottage can also be booked for six people. See house code 24143.

Nature and surroundings

The beautiful surroundings near the cottage are ideally suited for making many beautiful walks. In addition to hiking, many activities are organized in the village of Grächen. Grächen was declared the most child-friendly village in Switzerland in 2012. The village is 1600 meters high and is known for its many hours of sunshine in Switzerland each year. Ski lovers noticed! Just 250 meters from the house, a bus leaves to the ski area. The bus (including ski pass) will take you to the ski lift in Grächen within five minutes.

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Facilities

General
  • Contactless stay
  • fire place
  • garden furniture
  • internet (WiFi)
  • garden
  • terras (private)
  • bbq
  • refrigirator with freezer
  • terrace
  • general heating
  • dishwasher
  • washing machine
  • garden doors
  • internet
  • dryer
  • tv
  • kitchen
  • double bed (x 2)
  • bathroom (x 2)
  • highchair
  • single bed (x 5)

Location

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