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chalet in Tourism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchaletchal‧et /ˈʃæleɪ $ ʃæˈleɪ/ noun [countable]  1 TBBa house with a steep sloping roof, common in places with high mountains and snow such as Switzerland2 DLT British English a small house, especially in a holiday camp
Examples from the Corpus
chaletThe Q Scheme Covering holiday caravan, chalet and camping parks.It was a far cry from the modern chalet party.Firstly, no other children were staying at our chalet that week and the other guests showed little tolerance.You probably go with a gang of friends to the same chalet every February.If yurt accommodation runs out, then there are the chalets.As he ran into the trees, he heard the chalet door open and the shouts of the men coming out.He must have triggered off one of the alarm beams that ran along the side of the chalet.What preoccupied him in the print was the chalet, its perfect simplicity.