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Large bedroom, spacious living area & kitchen, bathroom, terrace, sleeps up to 4
The bedroom sleeps 2 plus there is a custom double sofa bed in the lounge. We also have a babycot available. The main bed has 2 matrasses and separate duvets (Swiss style)
Pool / Spa
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Millennium Haus is in the North East part of Zermatt village. Property number 1509 in square E2 of the village map - go to www.zermatt.ch & search for village map - beware some properties advertised as Zermatt are actualliy in Tasch, access to it is by walking or electro taxi, the apartment has direct road access, and only one step. (unlike many) Zermatt is part of the Valais Alps in the south of Switzerland at an altitude of 1,600m. and is a car-free resort. Access for private transport is only allowed as far as Tasch (5km from Zermatt).Lots of parking in Täsch from £5 per day. A taxi service runs 24 hours and shuttle train runs every 20 minutes. There is a car park with free parking for 100 cars in Visp (27km from Zermatt) for people travelling by train from here to Zermatt. Geneva to Zermatt is about 3 hours by car (allowing for parking in Tasch) and takes around 4 hours by rail. You can also fly to Zurich, Basel, Berne and Milan Malpensa.
Golf: Golf is available in the summer, down the valley at the Matterhorn course in Tasch. Its a new 9 hole course which is interesting with great views, if a little lacking in distance and the par 3, over the river Vispa is a super short hole.
Further afield if you have a car, there are courses at Leuk about forty minutes and the Swiss Open course at Crans Montana (handicap limits) about an hour You are also only an hour and a half from the Italian Lakes and there are several excellent courses around Lago Maggiore.
Ski: We were told 'once you've skied Zermatt you'll just keep coming back'... they were right. 'Serious skiing territory-fabulous for advanced & intermediate and perfect for those who want to lap up the atmosphere of one of the most vibrant ski resorts in the world' (D Telegraph 08.10.05)
You can ski up to 3800+ metres, it has Europe's largest summer ski area and plenty of snowmaking to keep the runs to the village topped up. This usually ensures excellent skiing from late November to the end of April.
Zermatt has 3 ski areas, Sunnegga, Gornergrat and Klein Matterhorn with 33 lifts in total. Ski Europe offers a good independent summary of the skiing (please, contact owner for link). It offers pistes for everyone but is best for intermediates and upward.
Once you’ve “done” Zermatt, you can ski over to Italy and experience Cervinia and Valtournenche via the Klein Matterhorn.
In total there is over 394 km. of pistes in the area at high altitude with runs to challenge every ski
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About Marion Ammann
Hello and very welcome to Zermatt and our Apartment We felt in love with Zermatt many many years ago and we think, you will as well:-) Warm welcome Marion Ammann, Operasinger and Dr. Silvio Pacozzi
Marion Ammann purchased this Chalet in 2000
Why Marion Ammann chose Zermatt
When we stood on the piece of land where Millennium now stands, were were immediately taken by its great position and peaceful location - far enough outside the village, for a quiet location, but close enough to easily walk into the village and also to the Sunnegga ski lift which is the fastest route onto the mountain. We thought it was the perfect location.
What makes this Chalet unique
Our location provides a great view of the Matterhorn from both the bedroom and living area and we are on the sunny side of the village. It is a small house with only 3 other apartments and it has direct access from the road, so no long sets of stairs to climb!