The chalet sleeps 4 adults and 2 children and is one of ten, arranged in an L-shaped terrace enclosing a hedged grassy area. Most living in summer is based on the garden area so let’s start the review there with some external views of the accommodation.
Continuing the theme of eating (and drinking) the small indoor kitchen is shown equipped with a cooker (single oven/grill with four radiant rings) plus microwave and fridge. The view of the indoor living area and stairs shows the flat screen TV which incorporates a disc player and receives UK programmes via the satellite box as well as french/spanish programmes via the outside aerial.
The sleeping accommodation comprises a master bedroom with double bed (pictured), a twin bedroom on the mezzanine floor (which has restricted headroom in places) and a cabin size room with two single, bunk-beds. A travel cot is provided as well as a mini-bed suitable for a small (2-4yrs) child. The bathroom and loo are across the hallway from the master bedroom.
This floorplan sketch shows the main ground floor living room and patio area, the hallway, the master bedroom and the twin-bedded mezzanine; it also gives a view of the cabin size bunkroom and bathroom.