Chalet Baren

Chalet Baren, St Anton, Austria

Facilities

  • Television
  • Balcony
  • Ski in/Ski out
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Ski Bus Stop
  • Airport: 96 km
  • Resort: 800 m
  • Ski school: 200 m
  • Slopes: 30 m
  • Town: 1 km
  • Lifts: 200 m
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Transfer time

1 hour 15 mins
Resort

800 m

Ski school

200 m

Slopes

30 m

Town

1 km

Lifts

200 m

About Chalet Baren

Chalet Baren is situated just 30 metres from the piste, giving skiers great ski in access. From here you can take a gentle 200 metre ski to the Nasserein Ski School where you can learn different skills. The Nassereinbahn gondola lift is also 200 metres from Chalet Baren.

The chalet is in an old traditional building and has a spacious homely feel to it. Many of the bedrooms have traditional wood panelling with Austrian decor. Guests can relax in the separate lounge which has a TV and there is a dining room to enjoy your breakfast and evening meal in.

Nasserein is the oldest part of St Anton and is a beautiful little hamlet. St Anton is a lively resort with a great apres-ski atmosphere. It is situated a short walk from the chalet and guests can enjoy a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. There are plenty of traditional Austrian style buildings which look beautiful at night. The fantastic elevated location of the resort allows guests to admire the stunning mountainous backdrop.

Ski Accommodation

Ground Floor:

Lounge with TV

Dining room

WC

First Floor:

Room 1 Double with a shower, WC and a balcony

Room 2 Austrian twin with a shower, WC and a balcony

Rooms 3 and 4 Austrian twin with a balcony

Room 5 Austrian twin

Room 6 Austrian twin with a shower and WC

2 separate shower rooms

2 separate WCs

Second Floor:

Rooms 7-11 Twin rooms with Austrian twin beds

Room 12 Single room with a single bed

2 separate shower rooms

2 separate WCs

Meals

Each morning guests are served a hearty breakfast which includes cereals, eggs, sausages, pastries, yogurts and unlimited fruit juice, tea and coffee.

After you have spent the day on the slopes, warm up with a cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake or biscuits.

In the evening a delicious 3 course evening meal is provided with complimentary house wine. This continues until coffee is served. Dinner is for 5 nights of the week giving guests the chance to sample local dishes in the resort centre.

About St. Anton, Austria More information

St. Anton is renowned for being one of the very best ski resorts in the world - yes, The World! But then, it would be, being the home of the so-called father of downhill skiing Hannes Schneider, who developed the Arlberg technique which informs our skiing today. St. Anton is easy to get to as well, about two hours' transfer time from no fewer than...

  • Good for Off Piste
  • Good for Non-skiers
  • Groups
  • Lively Après Ski
  • High Altitude