Chalet Lecocq with alpine feeling
Description of the holiday rental
The homely chalet on 2 floors (132m2) has 2 bedrooms with two single beds, 1 bedroom with two bunk beds, 1 bathroom with shower and 2 separate toilet. The chalet has a closed kitchen and a cozy living area with fireplace. There is no TV and no Wifi. The terrace offers a unique view of the mountains. Pets and smoking are not allowed in the house.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Access by car not always guaranteed depending on season and weather. Permit must be requested in advance. Arrival during the winter season by gondola only (gondola ride not included in rental price
Whether you are looking for an apartment or a chalet, you have come to the right place - the GRIWA RENT AG! Our teams in Interlaken and Grindelwald will be happy to advise you. We respond to your wishes and find your suitable holiday property. Guest satisfaction is important to us. You should spend unforgettable holidays with us. No matter whether you are traveling alone or in a group. We have the right vacation home for you!
The glacier village of Grindelwald nestles in a diverse, unspoilt Alpine landscape. It is world famous for its backdrop of snow-covered mountains including the Wetterhorn, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. In summer, some 500 kilometers of well-marked walking, hiking and mountain trails wait to be explored. En route you will find you’ll find rustic mountain restaurants offering a wide selection of good food, ideal spots to take a relaxing break. The region has many other summer activities to enjoy, such as 120 kilometers of marked mountain-biking routes, paragliding, bungee jumping in the glacier gorge, scooter bike run, summer roller-sledge run, First cliff walk and much more. In winter, 45 mountain railways, aerial cableways and ski lifts offer an invitation to enjoy great fun in the Jungfrau Region. The tree areas of, Grindelwald-First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren-Schilthorn offer over 200 kilometers of pistes, with a choice of thrilling or easy downhill runs. Non-skiers are well created for with 100 kilometers of winter-walking trails. The region is also a paradise for sledding fans. The 15-kilometre sledge run from the Faulhorn summit down to Grindelwald is the longest in the Alps. And there’s plenty more snow sport on offer in the Jungfrau Region, including snowshoe tours, cross country skiing and ice sport.
- Washing machine