skiklosters.com Winter & Summer Self Catering Apartment
Chesa Flurina continuing into its 14th season is a large comfortable chalet nestling in the beautiful Prättigau valley in the ski area of Klosters-Davos. It was designed and built in 2004 by a local architect in the typical Grisons style of the region. Using local wood and stone and utilising natural heat drawn deep from within the mountainside, this Swiss chalet blends modern facilities with traditional style.
The chalet is situated in the satellite village of Serneus just outside Klosters and is at the end of a wonderful ski run through woods across pastures and down a farm track into the village itself. Serneus has many old traditional buildings including the pretty church dating back 500 years. There is a small supermarket and the renowned Gotschna restaurant. In winter stop there for a well-earned drink before heading back to the chalet for homemade cakes.
The chalet is south facing and looks directly to the top of the main Gotschna cable car. On sunny days enjoy the large terrace with its stunning views of the mountains. Inside on those cold winter evenings, relax by the open log fire before dinner. Scroll down to see where we fit into the ski circuit.
The large sitting room has comfortable seating around an open log fire and gives direct access to the south facing sun balcony. Next door watch a film on a big screen in the media/cinema room.
The dining room has views to the mountains through its many windows including a special Erker window typical of this chalet style. The large solid oak dining table seats ten in comfort.
The chalet has four double guest bedrooms two of which have ensuite facilities. The other two smaller bedrooms share a luxury main bathroom set between them. All guest bedrooms are on the upper floor of the chalet. Beds can be arranged as doubles or twins as requested.
Extra beds: the larger two bedrooms will allow an extra bed in each giving a maximum occupancy of ten guests.
Your day starts with a good breakfast, including cereals & porridge, eggs, yoghurts, croissants & fresh bread, homemade jams & marmalade, fruit, juices, tea and coffee.
Afternoon tea will be ready on your return from skiing. This includes a freshly baked cake every day.
In the evening, enjoy an aperitif in front of the fire before we welcome you to the dining table where a lovingly prepared delicious 3 course meal will be served together with carefully selected local and international wines. Click here for SAMPLE MENUS
Younger children will normally have an earlier supper around 6pm before heading off to bed or settling down to a film leaving parents to enjoy their evening. This typically comprises a home cooked 2 course meal.
We are always happy to discuss any food allergies or dietary needs related to health issues. Vegetarian options are normally available. Just ask at the time of booking.
Welcome and in-resort transfer
Private 4x4 chauffeur direct to and from lifts
Coordination and collection from children ski school
Organisation of ski equipment and passes
Booking of ski tuition or guides
7 nights accommodation
Daily afternoon tea and homemade cakes
3 course dinner, wine and coffee on 6 nights
Dedicated hosting from Simon & Julia
Professional boot dryer
Balcony and sun terrace (smokers welcome here)
Bose sound system
Widescreen TV & DVD
Books and games
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Distance to lifts
Your first lift is from the chalet ski room by luxury 4x4 minibus direct to the mountain lifts. The Madrisa gondola is 4 minutes away, or the Gotschna cable car at 8 minutes. Pick up when you are finished and back for homemade cakes. Absolutely no walking!
You can see Serneus at the end of run 53 - the 'black arrow' locates the chalet. The fixed red circle highlights the famous Serneuser Schwendi that serves wonderful Gluhwein!
The home run