Q. What equipment do you have in the kitchen?
A. We have plenty pots, pans and casserole dishes and roasting trays to cook for a small Swiss Army! There are 2 ovens, one large steam conventional and fan oven and one smaller microwave combi oven. The induction hob is 90cm wide so plenty room for lot of post and pans as it has a large flexi zone. There is a fridge and freezer in the kitchen and a larger fridge and freezer is in the ultility room downstairs so plenty of room for a large shop. There is a dishwasher, a boiling water (Quooker) tap, a Nespresso with milk frother, a waffle maker, a blender, 2 toasters, a double filter coffee machine, 2 fondue sets and a table top hot stone/raclette set.
Q. Do you have a washine machine?
There is a washine machine and dryer in the utility room on the ground floor
Q. Is there room to dry our boots and wet ski gear?
There is underfloor heating in the entrance hallway and there is a heated cupboard in the downstair hallway where clothes and boots can be dried
Q. Do you provide baby equipment?
There is a cot, high chair (Stokke), booster chair, changign mat and toys suitable for babies and toddlers. You need to bring your own cot linen.
Q. Do you have Smart TVs?
A. Yes we have 3 TVs in the property, 2 are "smart" with all the Apps (main sitting room and master bedroom) and the third is equipped with an Apple TV to turn it in to a Smart TV. The third TV is in the second sitting room and also has an XBox with plenty games.
Q. How much are the ski passes for the 4 valleys?
A. The skiing in and around Verbier can be broken up into four areas,Verbier, La Tzoumaz/Savoleyres, Bruson and 4 Vallees/Mt Fort. Ski passes can be purchased online and discounts of up to 15% are available for advance purchase. We can provide a code for the max 15% discount. We can also provide a code to enable a large Skiset discount when bookign skis. In the summer on payment of tourist tax you will receive a free lift pass.
Q. How far from Le Petit Chalet is it to the bars and restaurants?
A. We are about 600m walk from the nearest bar and approximately 800m to the centre of the resort. The walk home from the apres ski ia all downhill! There is a great apres ski bar called Le Delice which also has an outdoor ice rink. There are also a number of excellent restaurants and bars; Restaurant La Tzoumaz on the edge of the town is famous for its fondues and traditional food.
Q. Are there any independent online reviews of skiing in Verbier/La Tzoumaz?
A. Yes, the telegraph wrote this review in September 2013
Q. Do you have specific dos and don't in the property?
We ask that you do not wear outdoor shoes in the property. The property is no smoking. Please take care of the glass induction hob- do not drag pans across the surface and clean any spillages promptly. Do not put any clothing on the sauna heater as it would pose a fire hazard. We ask that you are environmentally friendly with the heating as we include electricity under FAIR USE (details can be supplied). The fees include a final basic clean but we ask that you leave the property in a clean presentable tidy condition with bins and recyling removed. The kitchen shoudl be clean and tidy and the dishwasher emptied.