Montagne Alternative

1h50 from Geneva Airport

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Our weekly rental rates

From4 985 €

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Located at 1400 meters altitude, between the Aoste valley, the Mont-Blanc and the Saint-Bernard valley, this venue welcomes you in a very authentic environment, where you will be able to return to your roots. In our cosy chalets, everything has been thought to make you feel like at home : regional hand-crafted beer and cheese, herbal teas from the mountains, bedrooms with balcony and a view on the valley…

Capacity


Accomodation

3

Barns

Capacity

Up to 24

Guests

To clear your head

12

hiking trail

To relax

1

Connected to nature

Our favourite spot

The carnotzet, a stone-vaulted cellar where you can taste regional products such as the famous raclette AOP (protected designation of origin), local wines or the assiette valaisanne.

Time to relax

Outdoor activities

Balade | Relaxation et déconnection | Observation du ciel et des étoiles | Observation de la nature

Inside activities

Turkish baths | Poker | Bowls | Board games | Library | Salons cosy avec cheminée

Our rates

With its indoor and outdooor activities, the venue is available from a reservation of 10 bedrooms. To ensure a peaceful and successful stay, the host couple will present you the house and its specificities straight upon arrival, and will remain avalailable from until the end of your stay to answer any question you may have or bring you any assistance you may need.

"Six Blanc" barn 3 double bedrooms

  • Weekly rate *4 985 €

Barn "Rogneux" 4 double bedrooms

  • Weekly rate *5 830 €

Barn "Barbey" 5 double bedrooms

  • Weekly rate *7 315 €
  • * The rates are all invoiced VAT included
  • * The tourist tax is not included in the price of the overnight stay. Its amounts is 1.80 CHF per adult per night (0.90 CHF per child between 6 and 16 years old, free for children 0 to 5 years old) and will be invoiced upon check-out.

The perfect place to disconnect

Located at 1454 m above sea level, facing due south, the hamlet boasts its stone houses, firmly attached to the slope. In the past, 40 to 60 people lived there mainly from land and livestock. Today, around twenty inhabitants live there year-round. Others stay there occasionally on weekends or during their holidays.

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