Chalet Nederweg is a 4 bedroom penthouse apartment for 8-9 people, ideally located on Oberer Nederweg close by the centre of Ischgl, just off Dorfstrasse and only 230m from the Fimbrabahn lift, so you walk everywhere in Ischgl from here. The spacious 132m2 penthouse apartment, spread over 2 floors sleeps up to 9 and is a popular choice for those wanting quality and location. Offered on a catered half board basis or self catered to suit, with the closest supermarket (Billa) about 150m away.
The open plan living room has a well equipped kitchen, (hob, oven, fridge, dishwasher, microwave etc) dining table and large sofa under the eaves in the loft area. There are 3 large balconies and a huge roof terrace with views all over Ischgl. A great place to enjoy and have a drink whilst admiring the scenery. There are 6 Flat-screen TVs with cable TV, radio and all-day information.If driving here there are 2 free parking places in the garage and 1 parking place in front of the chalet building. WiFi is complimentary throughout.
Entrance area with sofa and TV on 2nd floor with 3 bedrooms
1 double bedroom with shower / WC and TV
2 double bedrooms and a large bath for 2 people on the 2nd floor, with TV Separate WC on the 2nd floor.
Then in the loft area above and under the eaves:
1 double bedroom with TV, shower / WC
Living room with kitchen, dining table and large sofa and TV
3 balconies and a large roof terrace
2 free parking places in the garage and 1 parking place in front
Facilities and inclusives:
Kitchen with fridge, oven, coffee maker (works with coffee beans), dishwasher, toaster and complete set of crockery and cutlery, dishwasher tablets, dish detergent, dishtowels, kitchen roll, sponge, brush, garbage bags, baking foil, hairdryer and soap dispenser. Bedding and towels are included.
Number of Bedrooms
- Wake up service
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