Talk:Tag:tourism=chalet

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More precisions

As a non native english speaker, I have no clue about what a chalet is supposed to be (in french, a chalet is a type of construction found in the mountain made of wood and does not imply anything about it's possible usage) Could you be more specific about the differences between a tourism=chalet, an tourism=hostel or a tourism=guest_house ? In a "chalet" is the owner sleeping in a different building ? Does breakfast can be brought by owner ? Is a "chalet" rented by the same group, by different group ? Can you rent one place only ? one room only ? Who does the clean up of rooms ? Are bathrooms dedicated "per groups" ? Is there a possibility of restaurant service ? is that optionnal ? Thanks for your answer to help me found what is the french equivalent of a "chalet" sletuffe (talk) 21:20, 30 March 2016 (UTC)

Have a look here at holiday cottage: [1]. It's probably close to Meublé de tourisme [2], just in a separate (small) house. The naming tourism=chalet is pretty unfortunate as it's prone to misunderstanding. --Eartrumpet (talk) 17:51, 31 March 2016 (UTC)
Thanks for your links, I'll try to update the french translation with those new elements. Just to be sure I've well understood : a chalet can always be rented (given opening dates of course), a second private home for vacation is not a chalet right ? sletuffe (talk) 20:09, 11 April 2016 (UTC)