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chalet

1. a type of wooden house of Swiss origin, typically low, with wide projecting eaves
2. a similar house used esp as a ski lodge, garden house, etc.

Chalet

A timber house in the style of those traditionally built in the Swiss Alps, distinguished by exposed and decorative use of structural members, balconies, and stairs; the upper floors usually project beyond the story below.

chalet

1. A timber house especially found in the Alps, distinguished by the exposed and decorative use of structural members, balconies, and stairs. Upper floors usually project beyond the stories below.
2. Any building of similar design. See Swiss cottage architecture.
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person A three-night break starting on April 10 costs from PS178 per person based on four sharing a Park View chalet and comes with free admission to Butlins' exclusive new Diversity show.
Meanwhile owners of 66 other chalets on the holiday park were paying less than a 10th of this figure - PS283 per year.
Round up your friends and fill this chalet in Chamonix.
Having enlisted Lindsay for her passion, knowledge and professional expertise, the Chalet at 11* East Obergurgl is proud to herald the arrival of an exclusive wine list chosen by Wine Poole to perfectly offset The Chalet's menu.
The municipality's general maintenance department recently spruced up the chalets at a cost of Dh600,000.
The fire in a chalet at a site at Ovington, near Prudhoe, saw the property burnt to the ground in the early hours of yesterday.
Valid for arrival on February 16, prices for Chalet Stratus and Chalet Cirrus start from PS2,139 per adult and PS1,939 per child (saving PS200 per child) per week based on six sharing.
Now new for Neilson catered ski chalets this season is a fabulous menu brought to you by renowned chef and owner of Flying Kiwi Inns in Norfolk, Chris Coubrough.
It comes after violations have been repeatedly witnessed in the governorate's coasts, where makeshift tents and chalets are erected to serve as resting areas.
Fire crews from Abergele and Colwyn Bay managed to stop the flames spreading to chalets nearby.
Built by the Great Northern Railway in the early 1900s, Glacier National Park's chalets offered wilderness lodging that was comfortable and stylish.
Bookings are now being taken for two chalets on the South Coast run by the Torrington House Holiday Homes Fund.