Haus Gmatchi, Zermatt
Haus Gmatchi is a brand new conversion in a spectacular position at the very heart of Zermatt’s cobbled old town. The original house dates from 1753 and over the centuries the building has seen use as a cow barn, a hayloft and a renowned artist’s studio.
This latest incarnation as a luxury home for six comprises a master en suite bedroom with balcony and two further en suite bedrooms, one with jacuzzi bath and the other with steam & massage shower.
At the top of the house is a bright, modern living room with south-facing balcony and Matterhorn views.
The décor combines original wood beams with contemporary furnishing and stylish modern colours, assuring Gmatchi of a bright future to match its illustrious past.
Features - Haus Gmatchi, Zermatt
- Central village location
- 100m from ski bus stop
- Television with UK freeview
- Stereo with ipod lead
- Non-smoking chalet
- Chalet staff live out
- Ski-hosting service
- Daily newspapers
- Welcome Molton Brown toiletries
Accommodation - Haus Gmatchi, ZermattRoom 1
Master double with balcony, en suite spa bath, handbasin & WC Room 2
Small twin with balcony, en suite, handbasin and WC Room 3
Twin with en suite spa bath, handbasin and WC
Meals - Haus Gmatchi, Zermatt
Good food is an essential ingredient of every chalet party. The welcoming glass of bubbly and appetising canapés on your first evening sets the tone for a week of tempting cuisine.
Your day starts with a choice of tea or coffee at your bedside (we can leave it outside the door if you prefer). This is followed by a hearty breakfast, including French bacon, tomatoes and a choice of eggs or, if you prefer, porridge; all served with fruit juice, cereals, yoghurt, freshly baked bread, croissants, jams, and a selection of teas and coffee. Once a week your chalet host offers an option of fresh pancakes.
While you are out skiing your host will have laid out afternoon tea for your return – diet-defying cakes, bread, jam, tea, coffee or hot chocolate. First one home puts the kettle on!
Dinner comprises a three-course meal followed by a cheese course, coffee and mints, and all complemented by a selection of extremely palatable French wines.
Please note: The chalet host will have a day off during the course of the week, during which you will be required to eat out.