The inn’s ancient tradition of hospitality began in the 12th century. Documents dating from 1140 mention the inn as a staging-post and place of refreshment for travellers crossing the Alps via the Great St. Bernard Pass, for whom it was a pleasant and secure refuge.

Maurizio Grange and Sevi Math have spared no expense on the inn’s facilities, continuing to offer travellers this agreeable sense of lodging in a very special place, characterized by a sincere and warm welcome and a sense of tradition. In exercising their professional skills, the staff are committed to making our guests feel at home.

The inn is an ideal setting for those wanting a quiet holiday and total relaxation, enjoying the sunshine and scent of the pine woods on the sun terrace. Nature lovers can explore the surrounding countryside by following the many woodland trails. It will also appeal to those attracted by a slower-paced way of life, devotees of first-class cuisine, and tourists wanting to discover the Aosta Valley and its historic capital, which is only 15 minutes away by car.

If you would like to stay at the inn (3-star category), we have 11 comfortable double rooms and 3 single rooms,  some of which have been decorated by a distinguished local artist, who also painted the decoration on the facade of the building housing the Inn itself. With decor and furnishings personally chosen and arranged by Sevi Math, each room has its own unique and distinctive atmosphere.

 

Each room has the conveniences you would expect of a 3-star establishment (private bathroom, hair-dryer, television, telephone, internet connection, etc.).

Guests can also make use of two attractive public areas: a reading room with open fire and a room where you can relax and play board games.

Further facilities include a sun terrace, an adjacent area of private woodland, plenty of open-air parking spaces, and garage accommodation.

 

There are three kinds of rooms:
 

 


Panorama
– category – six rooms overlooking the valley with its magnificent landscapes, for travellers wanting to recapture the adventurous spirit of the Grand Tour





Relax
– category – six rooms opening on to the adjacent pine woods. Their calm and intimate atmosphere enhances the feeling of being immersed in the natural world of the Aosta Valley.


 

 

 

 

Ambient – dcategory – two unique rooms specially designed to create a magical atmosphere, embellished with wall paintings and free-standing works of art.