The Inn/Restaurant of “La Clusaz” is located in the Aosta Valley, to be more exact in the hamlet of La Clusaz, in the municipal district of Gignod, in the Valley of the Great St. Bernard, at a height of 1,200 metres above sea level. It is 12.5 km from the town of Aosta, not far from the magnificent Great St. Bernard Pass, which links Italy with Switzerland. It is an area rich in history and tradition.

 

  If you are arriving from Italy

Leave the A5 motorway at the Aosta EST exit and follow the signs for the Great St. Bernard Tunnel. You will go through a number of tunnels and the small town of Gignod.  After a few more bends in the road, you will come to the Inn/Restaurant of “La Clusaz” on your left, at the 12.5 km mark on the SS 27 main road. There is ample parking space beside the Inn.

If you are arriving from France

After the Mont Blanc Tunnel, continue on the motorway until the Aosta EST exit, then follow the signs for the Great St. Bernard Tunnel.

After negotiating a few tunnels and the built-up area of Gignod, continue along the winding road until you come to the Inn/Restaurant of “La Clusaz”, at the 12.5 km mark on the SS 27. There is ample parking space beside the inn.

If you decide to take the main trunk road after the Mont Blanc Tunnel, rather than the motorway, drive into the town of Aosta and there follow the signs for the Great St. Bernard Pass, turning left at the Hospital roundabout. Continuing along the Valley of the Great St. Bernard, you will go through the tunnels and built-up area of Gignod. A few bends further on, you will come to the Inn/Restaurant of “La Clusaz” on your left, at the 12.5 km mark on the SS 27.


If you are arriving from Switzerland

On arriving in Italy via the Great St. Bernard Tunnel, or over the Pass itself, continue in the direction of Aosta. After passing through the attractive little town of Etroubles, you will see the unmistakable long outline of the building housing the Inn, with its elegantly decorated façade, on the left hand side of the SS27 road. There is a large car park for patrons beside the inn.