Scuol house for 1 - 5 people with 2 bedrooms

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  •  Type: House
  •  Beds: 2
  •  Baths: 1
  •  Sleeps: 5


Tastefully and lavishly renovated chalet for sole use in a quiet and sunny residential area in the immediate vicinity of the valley station of the cable cars Motta-Naluns and the sports complex Trü. Two south-facing balconies with top panoramic views and additional large garden (not fenced). The center of Scuol, the valley station of the cable cars and the train station can be reached in about 10 minutes. Public, free parking in about 800 m distance or pay parking (CHF 20.- per week) only a few steps from the house.
Ground Floor: In 2014 renovated and newly furnished living room with a beautiful veranda with exit to the spacious patio with table tennis table and fire ring (barbecue). This brings with flaming flame atmospheric campfire ambience and is ideal to cook your grilled food. Beautiful - newly created in 2018 - kitchen with dishwasher, microwave and comfortable seating area. Separate toilet / sink. 
First floor: In 2015 newly furnished bedroom (1 x double room with TV + 1 triple bedroom with exit to the south-facing balcony). Two bathrooms completely renovated in 2016:
- 1 x with toilet, double lavabo and shower cabin with rain shower
- 1 x with toilet, double lavabo, shower cubicle and bath with whirl system
Both sanitary rooms have underfloor heating.
Further highlights: Flatscreen TV, DVD player (BlueRay), Nespresso coffee machine (compatible and original capsules available in Scuol), free Wi-Fi and V. M.
The prices include:
- Bed linen (the beds are made according to the number of persons)
- Terry towels
- kitchen linen
- All utilities such as electricity, water u. S. W.
Our special services:
- Free taxi transfer from the train station to our office and on to the apartment
- Discounted Vereina tickets for the winter (on pre-order)
- Fresh bread service - details on arrival
Electricity: Included in the price
Bed linen: Included in the price
Towels: Included in the price

Owner info


  • Mark Dean



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