Location is convenient to nearby ski resort. Wonderful stay. Would definately recommend! Thanks, James! So happy that you enjoyed your stay!
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I agree to receive information about your rentals, services and specials via phone, email or SMS. Another day a woman who also didn't have a working with children check came and said she was there to fix a vacuum, very weird, and again my child was put at risk after i had specifically asked to be told as there was a sick child there.
For the amount of money charged it didnt have the facilities advertised so it was very disappointing and the privacy laws were also broken. Absolutely disgraceful. Read more. Date of stay: September Trip type: Traveled with family. Helpful Share. Luckdrt wrote a review Aug Singapore, Singapore 74 contributions 26 helpful votes.
Expensive n bad service.
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We stayed at snowbound 4. We are a party of 5. While the apartment is nice n spacious n facing the golf course that is covered in snow now, it has 3 levels n u can imagine a bunch of old ladies like us strughling to bring our luggages up the stair. The 1st stair started from the carpark to the apartment n more stairs within the apartment.
We were so tired just bringing our stuff to the apartment. This is very upsetting. We stayed for 5 nights n were given only 1 Set of towels how stingy is that?! Plus we had to throw the rubbish, clean up the place, make sure everything was in place before we left. At this price we could have stayed at a better place. Alas those with house keeping service accomodations were fully booked otherwise would not want to stay here.
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With the price we paid we expected more. Like any apartment it comes with a washing machine,a dryer, dish washer, n kitchen with basic cutlery n pots n pans. The toilets have few small tubes of shower gel, body lotion n Shampoo n they expect u to last for 5 days. Not impressed at all. Date of stay: August Trip type: Traveled with family. Shaun H wrote a review Jul Snowbound 6: Fantastic place to stay. This was a nicely appointed chalet in a great location for a week of skiing for our family.
The chalet is located at Crackenback ridge and there's a free shuttle bus practically every 5 minutes to take you to the village or Friday Flat etc. They are cleverly designed with a parents room downstairs and a loft bedroom up stairs - lounge and kitchen in the middle. Nice to wake up looking out to a fresh dusting of snow over the golf course. Then coming back after a days skiing and sitting by the gas fire. What we really appreciated was all of the little extras that make the place feel like home: a coffee machine, a slow cooker, heaps of cutlery and crockery for when we had friends over - as well as a DVD player and Foxtel.
Date of stay: July Trip type: Traveled with family. DandK S wrote a review Sep Sydney, Australia 16 contributions 3 helpful votes. Best spot in Thredbo. We chose Snowbound Chalets in Thredbo for our family Ski holiday as we wanted somewhere that was close to the ski slopes and the village, but avoided the noise of being in the middle of the village. It was the perfect choice for us with a meter walk to the Crackenback ski slope, and a nice min walk or short bus ride from The stop across the road to the village centre.
The accommodation was comfortable and well maintained and much more spacious then we expected for a 1 bedroom and loft. The big bonus with this place was the access onto the Golf Course which the kids used as their own ski slope and snow play area when it snowed. On one day my hubby even skied to the door from the top of the mountain and down thru the bush above the golf course.
The check in and out was easy and friendly with the manager onsite next door to us, we stayed in no. Safe in thy immortality, What change can reach the wealth I hold? What chance can mar the pearl and gold Thy love hath left in trust with me? Brisk wielder of the birch and rule, The master of the district school Held at the fire his favored place; Its warm glow lit a laughing face Fresh-hued and fair, where scarce appeared 43 The uncertain prophecy of beard.
Another guest that winter night Flashed back from lustrous eyes the light. She sat among us, at the best, A not unfeared, half-welcome guest, Rebuking with her cultured phrase Our homeliness of words and ways.
A certain pard-like, treacherous grace Swayed the lithe limbs and drooped the lash, Lent the white teeth their dazzling flash; And under low brows, black with night, Rayed out at times a dangerous light; The sharp heat-lightnings of her face Presaging ill to him whom Fate Condemned to share her love or hate. Brows saintly calm and lips devout Knew every change of scowl and pout; And the sweet voice had notes more high And shrill for social battle-cry.
Since then what old cathedral town Has missed her pilgrim staff and gown, What convent-gate has held its lock Against the challenge of her knock! The outward wayward life we see, The hidden springs we may not know.
Nor is it given us to discern What threads the fatal sisters spun, Through what ancestral years has run 52 The sorrow with the woman born, What forged her cruel chain of moods, What set her feet in solitudes, And held the love within her mute, What mingled madness in the blood, A life-long discord and annoy, Water of tears with oil of joy, And hid within the folded bud Perversities of flower and fruit. That sign the pleasant circle broke: My uncle ceased his pipe to smoke, 54 Knocked from its bowl the refuse gray, And laid it tenderly away, Then roused himself to safely cover The dull red brands with ashes over.nttsystem.xsrv.jp/libraries/17/mucyd-handy-spionage.php
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Within our beds awhile we heard 55 The wind that round the gables roared, With now and then a ruder shock, Which made our very bedsteads rock. We heard the loosened clapboards tost, The board-nails snapping in the frost; And on us, through the unplastered wall, Felt the light sifted snow-flakes fall. But sleep stole on, as sleep will do When hearts are light and life is new; Faint and more faint the murmurs grew, Till in the summer-land of dreams They softened to the sound of streams, Low stir of leaves, and dip of oars, And lapsing waves on quiet shores.
Down the long hillside treading slow We saw the half-buried oxen go, Shaking the snow from heads uptost, Their straining nostrils white with frost. Before our door the straggling train 57 Drew up, an added team to gain. All hearts confess the saints elect Who, twain in faith, in love agree, And melt not in an acid sect The Christian pearl of charity! So days went on: a week had passed Since the great world was heard from last.