Superb Cedar Heights Apartment in Pamporovo Smolyan Bulgaria
Cedar Heights, Pamporovo is a new and well-appointed mountain property located only a few minutes’ walk from the ski lifts area and a short taxi drive away from the centre of the resort.
Pamporovo is a modern ski resort in the heart of the Rhodope Mountains. it is the sunniest Bulgarian mountain resort with wonderful snow throughout the whole season. Pamporovo is situated on 1650 m above the sea level at the foot of peak Snejanka. it is 240 km from Sofia and 85 km from Plovdiv.
The apartment on offer is on the second floor and consists of a lounge with sofa bed and TV and a kitchen fully fitted with everything you could need for self-catering. There is one double bedroom, a family bathroom and a balcony with lovely views of the mountains. There is air conditioning throughout and the apartment is fully furnished to a very high standard.
The owners and guests of the complex will benefit from lots of first class facilities including:
indoor swimming pool
4 different types of steam baths
2 Skis and ski boot storage areas
Games room (including table tennis and pool)
Lounge area with open fire
24 hour security (all year around)
Secure underground car parking area
Cedar Heights is 900 metres from the resort centre and a bus service, organised locally, is available to take you there in the evenings.
The complex has its own restaurants and bars but there is a wider variety in the town centre.
The skiing season starts from mid-December to mid-April and the slopes in Pamporovo are suitable for novice skiers on the nursery slopes right through to expert skiers on the difficult ski runs like the Giant Slalom which is an excellent exercise for every skiing expert.
About the area:
Pamporovo is a popular ski resort in Smolyan Province, southern Bulgaria, one of the best-known in South-eastern Europe.
it is set amongst Norway spruce forests and is primarily visited during the winter for skiing and snowboarding.
Smolyan is a town and ski resort in the far south of Bulgaria
it is the administrative and industrial centre of the homonymous Smolyan Province.
The town is situated in the valley of the Cherna and the Byala Rivers in the central Rhodopes at the foot of the mountains’
highest part south of the popular ski resorts Pamporovo and Chepelare. As of February 2011, it has a population of 30,283 inhabitants.