Redenka 13 is a fully-furnished luxury 3-bed, 2 bathroom detached ski chalet complete with its with own sauna.
Designed by an award-winning architect the distinctive design the chalet covers 130 sq.m and can comfortably accommodate 6 to 8 people (with 2 people on the sofa-bed).
The chalet benefits from radiators throughput and natural wooden flooring in the lounge and bedrooms with kitchen, entrance-hall and bathrooms fully tiled.
The kitchen is fully equipped, the lounge has a TV and DVD player and each bedroom has has its own TV, telephone and wardrobes. Towels and linen are provided.
- Open plan kitchen with fridge/freeezer, electric hob, oven, kettle, toaster, coffee-maker together with pans, utensils and crockery.
- Dining area inc. dining table with 6 chairs
- Lounge area with sofa bed
- TV (including many international channels)
- DVD/CD/MP3 player
- Telephone with link to reception
- Internet access point (RJ45 socket)
- Chess set and pack of playing cards
- Wood burning fire (logs can be provided)
- Entrance hall with storage
- Sauna room
- Shower room with WC
- Understairs cupboard with iron/ironing board and 2 fold-up chairs
- Master double bedroom with balcony
- Second double bedroom (double bed can be split into two singles)
- Third bedroom (2 singles)
- Bathroom with bath, shower and wall-mounted hairdryer
- All bedrooms have TV's, telephones and internet points.
- All bedrooms have door locks
- Linen and towels provided
- Patio area
- Allocated parking space
What do I need to bring: Not much really!! Bring some DVD's and CD's and some UK-Europe plug adaptors for any electrical items of your own. To access the internet from your laptop while in the chalet you will need to bring a LAN cable to connect to the RJ45 internet socket. You don't need to bring a photo for the ski-lift pass - they take a photo of you when you purchase the pass.
There is usually some tea-bags and coffee there on arrival (it helps if you leave any left over for the next guests). There is a small supermarket on the left just as you reach the outskirts of Bansko for you to stock up on supplies for the week. Eating out is very cheap in Bankso and I can recommend some good restaurants.