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Cole / Watteau
Standard Chalet
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    Sleeps Two
    Ideal for solo traveller/couple
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    Chalet Size
    20 sq.m.
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    Bed Size
    One Double 1.90m x 1.40m
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    Special Inclusion
Designed mirror hung outside the Standard Chalet Double Room at Convento, Atins.
About Your Chalet
Cocooned in our tropical garden, the Standard Chalet provides a cozy space for a couple or a solo traveller. Your naturally-ventilated chalet allows the sea breeze to flow through the interior, keeping it cool throughout day and night. Built from low-ecological impact material to keep in line with our sustainability ethos, your chalet is fitted with essential amenities from a mosquito net to a safety deposit box.
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    Double bed
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    Mosquito net
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    Free Wi-Fi
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    Ensuite bathroom
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    Hot water shower
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    Mini bar
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    Safety deposit box
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    Private veranda
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Standard Chalet / Double
Interior view of the Standard Chalet Double Room at Convento, Atins.
Interior view of the Standard Chalet Double Room at Convento, Atins.
Special Features
A private veranda to stretch your legs and take in the views of our tropical garden.
Behind the Names
The Double Standard Chalets are inspired by Jean-Antoine Watteau, a French painter and draughtsman and Thomas Cole, an Anglo-American painter most famed for his landscape and history art pieces. Watteau often used Arcadian settings as inspiration for his paintings transposing French pastoral poetry of the time into painted form. In his work “Dream of Arcadia”, Thomas Cole elaborates on man’s relationship to unspoiled nature.
Jean-Antoine Watteau
Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684 - 1721)
Jean-Antoine Watteau romantically painted Rococo utopias of courtly love, ideas of reverie and longing.
Thomas Cole
Thomas Cole (1801 - 1848)
"We are still in Eden; the wall that shuts us out is our own ignorance and folly."
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