Chalet Nederweg II is a fab and spacious 120m2 4 bedroom apartment with cable TV and inclusive WiFi, for up to 8 people. This unique option is on the ground and first floor of a larger 3 floor building. Offered self catered or on a catered half board basis, this is an ideal and well located 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom apartment on Oberer Nederweg, just off Dorfstrasse, (the main road going through Ischgl) and within a 5 minute walk of the lively apres ski of Ischgl. The Pardatschgratbahn lift is less than 250m away, so no shuttle needed to get anywhere around Ischgl, but one stops outside anyway. The chalet/apartment layout is as below:
2 double/twin rooms with TV, shower / WC on the ground floor
1 double/twin room with TV, bathtub / WC on the 1st floor
1 double/twin room with TV, shower / WC on the 1st floor (beds uniquely can be set up as twin beds or double beds)
Living room with TV, well equipped kitchen, dining table and large sofa
Private infrared cabin for 2 people and larger shared communal sauna.
South-facing balcony and free parking in the garage for 1 vehicle and 2 parking places in front of the house
Apartment equipment and inclusives:
Kitchen with fridge, oven, coffee maker (for coffee beans), dishwasher, toaster, dishwasher tablets, detergent, dish towels, kitchen roll, sponge, brush, garbage bags, oven foil, hairdryer, vanity mirror and soap dispenser. Bedding and towels are included.
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