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Boarding at Surval, your welcoming holiday home

Surval Summer Camp celebrates its diversity of nationalities.

Each girl brings her own language, customs and traditions; part of the fun of your summer living at Surval is learning about, enjoying and sharing each other’s different backgrounds.

Our experienced, committed staff ensure each Camper feels supported throughout her stay, day and night.
 

Living space

Bedrooms are typically shared by 3-4 girls.  All rooms are en suite, with balconies overlooking the lake and mountains. All rooms have Wi-Fi connection, and a fridge to store any drinks and snacks.  Each girl has a desk, wardrobe and safe to store valuables.

Bedrooms are spacious for girls to relax with their friends.  Our al fresco sun terrace and comfortable Library are both popular chill-out zones with stunning views of the lake, and our Games and Fitness rooms in the basement offer further retreats during free time.
 

Dining at Surval

We enjoy a wide selection of excellent meals for a healthy, balanced diet, prepared by our in-house catering team.  

Our breakfast buffet includes cereals, cheese, yoghurts, ham, croissants and freshly baked bread, with eggs cooked by the Chef!  There is always plenty of fresh fruit available and hot and cold drinks. As well as a cold salad selection, a choice of hot dishes is also freshly prepared for lunch and dinner every day.

Special dietary requirements are catered for, and there are always vegetarian and Halal options.

Mealtimes are fun and sociable at Surval Summer Camp, and girls can practise their English or French as well as the manners and social skills learnt in Etiquette!
 

Settling in at Surval

For many summer campers, this is their first adventure away from home.  In no time, they are making new friends, trying new skills and experiencing new challenges; that is what Surval Summer Camp is all about!

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