Wengen Apartment Rental Photos and Description
One bedroom apartment in central location next to ski run and swimming pool
One bedroom apartment for 2 people. Located on the first floor of the chalet, it consists of 46 m2 comprising of open plan living/kitchen/dining area where stylish furniture and furnishings are complemented by superb facilities and comforts - cooker, ceramic hob, granite worktops, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, french glassware, nespresso machine, large LCD TV, CD + DVD Player, film/music/book library, digital TV channels, and wireless internet. French doors open out on 2 sides providing access to balconies (11m2) offering views to the west, south west and north. A table and chairs are available on the balconies. The bedroom accommodates a 5ft leather bed with fitted wardrobes and the bathroom contains a large shower and luxury toiletries. Underfloor heating is provided under oak flooring. Washing, drying, storage facilities, shared ski room and boot room are also provided. The chalet is ski in/out, located next to the swimming pool and only 5 mins to the centre/train station.
Extra Travel Information: Travel Information - Wengen is easily and conveniently reached by rail from all of the main swiss airports. Connections are easy and trains run efficiently providing a relaxing way to travel to the Jungfrau region. Approx travelling times to Interlaken include - Bern airport (1 1/2 hours), Zurich airport (2 1/2 hours), Geneva airport (3 hours). Interlaken to Wengen, via Lauterbrunnen takes approx 45 mins. The last stretch of the journey from Lauterbrunnen is by cogwheel railway which trundles up the valley side to Wengen, then onwards across high pastures to reach Kleine Scheidegg and continues by tunnel through the Eiger to reach the Jungfraujoch; europe's highest train station at 3454m. The journey from Interlaken through the Lauterbrunnen valley and up to Wengen is one of the most breathtaking and dramatic train journeys in Switzerland.
Attractions in the Region: Attractions nearby include Murren and the Schilthorn; the picturesque village of Grindelwald and the imposing Eiger; Lauterbrunnen and its dramatic waterfalls; the bustling town of Interlaken and beyond the emerald lakes of Brienzersee and Thunersee where lake streamers provide a day out to the far reaches of the lakes, including the characterful village of Iseltwald and the town of Thun. Within easy travelling distance of Interlaken is the village of Meiringen (of Sherlock Holmes fame) and the Ballenburg museum. Other attractions include a scenic day trip on the goldenpass express train to Montreux via Gstaad or visiting the historic city of Berne with its many clock towers and array of shops and boutiques under covered arcades. Train, boat and postal bus provide excellent public transport and english is widely spoken in the region, making public transport easy and enjoyable.
Village Amenities: The village provides a range of facilities and services - hotel restaurants, tea rooms, banks, ski shops and outdoor clothing/activity shops, CO-OP supermarket, bakery, butcher and cheese shop, chemist, grocer, souvenir and electrical shop, cinema and churches (including english church).
In summer, activities include swimming, tennis, walking, mountain biking, paragliding, ice climbing, mini golf, mountaineering and folklore/cultural events.
In winter, activities include skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, ice hockey, curling, nordic walking, mountain climbing and sledging. The village is host to the famous Lauberhorn world cup downhill and slalom races in January each year.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- wheelchair inaccessible