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Lorraine Beccaria

Member since: 2005
Speaks: english, french, spanish, italian

Ski from the front door - superfunctional self-catering in La Thuile

15 Reviews
Sleeps6
Bedrooms 2
Half Baths1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 7 nights

Overview

Valle d'Aosta Apartment Rental Photos and Description

Spacious, sunny, split-level 2-bedroom apartment for 4-6

Our apartment is in the best and sunniest area of La Thuile, a 2-minute ski/skate or 4 minute walk to chairlifts and cable car: the first-floor split-level apartment has a large living area and luxurious fitted kitchen, with a south-facing balcony looking onto the ski area (or the condo swimming pool in summer), including the nursery slopes with 'baby park' and 'magic carpets' for beginners and the Rutor glacier, upstairs two bedrooms, one double and the other with twin or double bed arrangement, full bathroom and separate WC. Beautiful all-new bathroom, WC and new bedroom furniture installed December 2012!

Ski from door to chairlifts and cable cars which take you up to 2600 metres and over 150 km of pistes. The apartment is in a condo in the newer part of village, everything easily reached on foot. Self catering but nearby restaurants, pizzerias etc. Wonderful wildflowers, walks, hiking, biking in summer (2 chairlifts open), easy treks to spectacular waterfalls, see marmots, pick mushrooms and blueberries; from Courmayeur take cable car up Mont Blanc to ski the Mer de Glace glacier from there or just visit Chamonix on French side. Also summer tennis, archery, horse-riding and mountain bike hire. Golf and ice skating in Courmayeur. Canoeing and artificial ice skating in village, rafting from Pré St Didier.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS! February saw the World Cup Women's Downhill and Super-G competitions; more competitions to come, as well as the traditional Easter competitions for all age groups. Once the snow melts, Bataille des Chèvres, a 'new' tradition with goats replacing cows which joust for supremacy... a great local event with lots of good food and drink on offer too!

The local tourism board ('Pro Loco') is very active and organises walks to see the old mines, to the waterfalls etc, and organises interesting talks and shows (in Italian only, I'm afraid). Also snow-shoe walks which sometimes have stops for good local food and/or drinks. Cinema in high season, films occasionally in English but mostly Italian.

CONSIDER SUMMER STAYS!

La Thuile is seriously worth a summer stay:

JUNE is when the wildflowers are at their best. Days are sunny and fresh, inviting long walks - see marmot cubs emerging from their burrows, other wildlife (maybe glimpse the rare and ultra-protected eagles nesting on the crags of the canyon between La Thuile and Pre St Didier). The waterfalls are abundant with meltwater and around mid-June the Petit St Bernard Pass is opened again for the summer, so you can drive into France for some more exploring.

Trout fishing is also rewarding (permit required - buy locally)

JULY 15/16 2016 will see round 4 of the Enduro World Series in La Thuile, a firm favourite location. Whether spectator or competitor, it promises to be a great week!! Find more info on the dedicated website!

JULY AND AUGUST are traditional holiday months for children and hikers. The mountain huts offering meals as well as a place to sleep are open, so you can do longer treks up to the Rutor glacier or in the Gran Paradiso National Park. Mountain biking, rafting, pony trekking etc are also in full swing. Also pick fabulous porcini mushrooms, blueberries and raspberries.

And for ski fanatics, of course you can ski the Mer de Glace on Mont Blanc all summer (get a guide though!) or just take the cable car from Courmayeur as far as you want to go, even down to Chamonix on the French side, and back again.

More Details
Suitability:
  • Low Allergen Environment
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Lorraine Beccaria (Owner)
Member since: 2005
Speaks: english, french, spanish, italian

About Lorraine Beccaria

I am British and my husband is Italian. We and our two adult children love this apartment and use it for skiing and for active summer holidays too, but are glad to be able to share it with like-minded people, who will treat it with the care we do. We keep the apartment nice and redecorate or add new features on a yearly basis

Why Lorraine Beccaria chose Valle d'Aosta

We love the situation - sunny and with great views. The fact the block is almost exclusively owner-occupied means over the years we have made a lot of friends here - and each chooses their own holiday time, so the pool is never crowded and in ski season 'full houses' are pretty much limited to Christmas and New Year and Carnival weekend.

What makes this apartment unique

Our flat is just so convenient for the slopes, for shopping and for its unique views - there is no part of the village which is better situated!

Guestbook comments from the owner

'Brilliant skiing, perfect snow and sunshine. Apartment exactly as described. Many thanks'. Matthew, Feb. 2006
Nov 2007
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Reviews

4.3
based on 15 traveler reviews

Ski from the front door - superfunctional self-catering in La Thuile
average rating of 4.3333335 based on 16 reviews
4

4th Year Repeaters looking for the 5th !

  • 4 of 5

What can I say? This was our 4th visit to La Thuile staying in this property and we are looking to return next ski season for our 5th visit. We are 2 ski loving couples in their 40’. I do find it very disappointing that Philip M should submit an unfair & unjust review. Yes … ok if you are looking for the most absolute luxury then this is not for you however we find this property to be absolutely as described fairly by the owners with a fair price tag to match. Since our first visit in Jan 2011, the owners have made a number of improvements & refurbishments. As we like to eat in a few times during the week the kitchen/dining area is important to us. The Kitchen is well equipped & fully functional & there is a good range of pots & pans, crockery, utensils etc. The mugs are of a decent size for a good cuppa in the mornings & there are a range of glasss for your choice of evening tipple! In fact the owner provided some decent wine glasses in our 2nd year as a result of feedback from us in year 1. Can’t say fairer than that! The dining table is a good size for the 4 of us & the new padded smart dining chairs are comfortable. There is a new flat screen TV for those who want that & the sofa seating is comfortable. The bedrooms are sufficient for 2 couples, the beds are comfortable & plenty of hangers & wardrobe space. The bathroom is newly refurbed as per the pictures. The shower is powerful which for 2 ladies with long hair is a god send ! There is also the benefit of a small bath tub which is welcomed for soaking tired ski legs. Yes, it’s not a full size bath but hey … most places you only get a shower cubicle! The toilet is separate which works well with 4 sharing. Overall the location is excellent for 4 skiers, close to the ski lifts. As we also like to dine out, we find the location also excellent to stroll to the village to bars & restaurants. We have found the owner Lorraine to be most helpful pre & post visit & always accommodating regarding our arrival & departure times. Like I said, we are looking to go back for a 5th year!

  • Submitted: Jul 6, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you for this glowing endorsement - the mere fact you are looking to return for a 5th stay says it all, not only about the apartment/my management style but also the resort, with so many km of pistes to choose from, and the added fun of skiing over the border into France for a change of scenery/snow conditions (being the other side of the mountain) and food. We are also delighted to have you back, as you know your way around the flat and the village perfectly, and I can be confident you will leave the apartment as clean as you find it every time, and will let me know if there is anything requiring attention....thank you for mentioning the special wine glasses - a recent guest broke one but didn't mention it - I now have it on my 'to do' list to make sure we have 4 identical wine glasses available for you, as we Italians/elective Italians tend to drink wine out of tumblers! Look forward to your reservation (you discerning people also normally favour January for the uncrowded pistes and the most attractive prices!)
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Very dated accommodation needs major update

  • 2 of 5

We just returned from 1 weeks skiing in la Thuile. We have been renting accommodation for the last 15 yrs so feel we have some experience on this matter. La Thuile is a great ski resort but we were very disappointed by the low standard of the accommodation..the apartment was very small and the 2 bedrooms were very cramped. The beds were very uncomfortable with very hard mattresses on a metal bed. The lounge had very old and dated sofas , with things like fluorescent lighting in the sitting area. The kitchen was well equipped and convenient to use. The bathroom was new but had a very small bath.Sound proofing was a real problem in this concrete block of flats. We could hear every noise from the next door apartments, My advice is to look elsewhere for a higher standard of accommodation until the owner does a major upgrade.

  • Submitted: Mar 9, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: This is the "revenge" review promised in the parting words of renters who were very happy with everything until I witheld a very modest amount from their cleaning/damage deposit as I found the bathroom sink full of toothpaste remains, mirrors streaked, floor full of dust and fluff; in the kitchen the hob covered in oil from a morning fry-up, and the mugs all left with tea stains. (I later found much more extra cleaning required, point being this is a malicious and untrue “revenge review”) To address some of the points, which other reviewers also give the lie to: 1. The dimensions of the apartment are described and photographed without any photoshopping or fish-eye lenses. The bath is described as being of the shorter type; perhaps the unusual feature of having a tub at all, in addition to a powerful shower, usually the only option in Italian flats, was overlooked by reviewer. 2. The beds are not metal. The main bedroom has wooden frame, head and foot and flexible wooden slats under the spring mattress, the second bedroom has two solid wood beds with no metal parts, again with flexible slats under new and comfortable mattresses. 3. The apartment has plenty of energy-saving or LED lights in the entrance, kitchen, dining area, bedside tables and bathrooms. Bedrooms and living room also have the original fluorescent lighting strips over the windows, but they are additional to many other sources. 4. We pride ourselves on the standard of updating, furnishing and cleanliness of the accommodation. Photographs on the site show our new kitchen, new bathroom, new furniture in one bedroom, lounge where low cushions have been replaced by real mattresses for extra sleeping space or comfortable sitting. This season, we replaced the TV with a 32" flat-screen, and the dining room chairs with larger and more comfortable ones (updated photos will be forthcoming) 5. Noise is a non-issue with us. As in all flats, immediate neighbours may be heard but the flats are all owner-occupied, so only used at weekends, Christmas and major holidays: Mon-Fri guests are almost alone, yet so near the ski lifts; whereas the Planibel complex by the lifts is occupied by frequently rowdy holidaymakers and noise can be a problem at all times I trust our other reviews by independent visitors (some have returned up to 4 years running!) show how most people feel after staying with us. One 'poison' review makes the others shine all the brighter!
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No queues in La Thuile!

  • 4 of 5

We flew to Milan, a fairly easy and stress-free 2 1/2 hour drive - mostly dual carriageway. Upon our arrival in La Thuile, the apartments were simple to find with a huge sign on the roof, and parking right outside.

An ideal apartment for 4 people, it was very cosy and with a constant supply of hot water. Lovely views and particularly good cooking facilities.The decor is rather 70s, but putting scrabble tiles on the tablecloth squares was particularly satisfying ! The bathroom is apparently about to be updated,this will be much appreciated as the current bath with a step halfway took us by surprise on a number of occasions!

A couple of suggestions for improvements : it took ages to brew a decent quantity of coffee for us all at breakfast using the little pots provided,a large caffetiere(or similar) would be really useful.We also found the double bed really hard,a comfy mattress and some softer pillows would make a huge difference.However, these are small niggles and we had a great holiday.

The skiing was excellent - varied and interesting. We had about a foot of snow on night two and day three, which was an unexpected bonus, and made for some fabulous skiing the following days ! We tended to ski La Rosiere in the mornings and La Thuile in the afternoons. There are plenty of every grade of run, from easy blues, through easy and harder reds, right up to one or two very challenging blacks. The return to town is fairly hard, especially in slushy end of day snow, and beginners may be well advised to get back down on the gondola. I think that the longest we queued for any lift all week was about 45 seconds, and we were frequently the only people on some runs ! Ski rental is good from Berthod Sport, and if you rent from them, you get free use of the locker facilitles at the gondola station, saving you carrying them up there every morning ! The weather and visibility can change incredibly quickly up top, so always take too many clothes, and a piste map !

As it was pretty much the end of the skiing season quite a few restaurants had already closed,but we had many excellent meals, in particular at the Coppapan(just beyond the gondola station) and Pepita Caffe, perched above the BP garage ! Bars were a bit limited, but the gin and tonics were always on the generous side.

All in all a very relaxing,peaceful holiday,thanks to Lorraine for her very efficient service and a property in an excellent location

  • Submitted: Apr 16, 2012
  • Stayed: Apr 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Glad to hear you all had a good time, and once again, proof that skiing in La Thuile is good even in April - either you get some late fresh snow or you have brilliant sunshine on longer, warmer days than earlier in the season - or if you are lucky, you get plenty of both! Yes, I confirm the bathroom will be updated this summer, though we will probably retain the 'half-bath' feature: nearly all adults shower rather than bath, and families with small children find sitting them on the higher 'step' is easier on the parents' backs and makes for less screaming if children are not mad about water! Thanks for your comments on the restaurants. As we tend to cook at home most of the time, it is good to get plenty of updates as standards change over time. Will definitely try Pepita next time, as well as Coppapan, which we already frequent on occasion. We do appreciate your other suggestions, though I think several of them may be generated by different living-cooking habits between Brits and Italians. You had said you would have appreciated an electric kettle rather than one to put on the hob, and we may add this for next season, but concerning the coffee, the assortment of Italian Moka machines make 3 or 6 coffees EACH.... I know we Brits all drink mugs rather than shots, so the form is: make a Moka for 3 or 6, share between mugs and then add hot water or hot milk (or water-then-milk) according to your preferences, to fill the mug. If you pour yourselves mugs of coffee from the Moka, you may be very jittery on the pistes and at night too!! Concerning the bedding, again individual preferences count for so much. We replaced the old double bed with new 'orthopaedic' wooden struts and new mattresses just 2 years ago and find them great (my husband has issues with soft mattresses which 'give' in strange places), and there are about 10 pillows so Italians use 1 each and Brits can use 2 each as per custom, each choosing between the hard-ish and the soft. On the other hand, the mattresses in the bunk bedroom will be changed this summer, and perhaps even all the furniture in that bedroom (we are wondering whether people would prefer a double divan bed to bunks, or whether those with children prefer two very separate beds......). Glad you really enjoyed your skiing and you said the resort was every bit as good as Cervinia, which you already knew. Hope to see you again!
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4

Becoming a little dated-but suitable.

  • 4 of 5

THE APARTMENT

The apartment was ok, if becoming a little dated, the recently refurbished kitchen being the exeption and much appreciated. Perfectly adequate and comfortable, I would say ideal for 4 persons but 6 would be feasable using the lounge sofa beds. There were just the 2 of us father and Son 54 and 30yrs so we had plenty of space. We cooked every night exept our last and did cooked breakfasts each morning, kitchen pots and pans sufficient but perhaps some due for replacement.

We found the apartment to be generally clean, sadly though previous occupants had left a number of areas below the standard I would expect. It took the edge off our exitement at the beggining of the holiday to have to clean out the bathroom and the oven and much of the cutlery, but being ex military got on with it, once done no further cleanliness issues, this is a rare occurance we were told.

The heating was excellent, often sleeping with the windows open (and -17degrees outside), hot water always available.

The location is superb for skiing, we found that you could walk a short way up the road and join the piste to ski down to the Gondola, at the end of the day you could almost ski up to the block.

During our stay the other apartments in the block were almost all empty for most of the week so it was very quiet.

THE RESORT

We found La Thuile to be as we had researched, a quiet resort with limited nightlife but with adequate facilities.

There are shops available for self catering, within the planibel there is a supermarket slightly higher prices than the norm but not expensive by resort standards, there is also a butcher in the same complex along with other shops and a takeaway.

In the village about 10-15 mins walk are further shops and a pharmacy, and also a number of cafes and restraunts.

Being at the head of a valley it remains quiet and there is little to do at night, this was however our main reason to stay here so no suprise.

THE SKI AREA

The ski area was excellent, superb snow(though this was the best year for snow in the alps for over 25 years).

Piste maintenance was excellent also and the quantity and variety of pistes is very good. Many off the reds however are not red steepness, except in a few short pitches, many pistes being at the easy end of the grading. The exception to this being the blacks down the front back to the village (serious steepness in places).

The trip to France over the pass is fun.

We will no doubt be returning in the future.

  • Submitted: Apr 9, 2012
  • Stayed: Jan 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: I am glad you had a good time and yes, the snow was excellent this year, but so it has been in La Thuile every single year for the past 10 years at least - I would say this year we were short on the abundant late snow (early April) that we have got used to - but in any case, people have had fabulous sunshine nearly every week, are still finding good snow on the higher runs and can ski all the way down if they don't mind it being soft at the very bottom. And today as I write (April 11) it is snowing hard, so skiing until closure on April 25 will be good again! Concerning the apartment, we are proud of the standards we keep, as it is our own ski holiday apartment too, and we renovate constantly but gradually: kitchen, new, proper mattresses on the downstairs sofas, and new soft coverings all within the last couple of years. This summer we will replace mattresses on the bunk bed and hope to fully renovate the bathroom, do repainting as always.... so 2012-13 visitors will have an even better experience. Concerning kitchen equipment, there is a huge selection of large and medium pasta/vegetable pots, a series of new frying pans of all sizes, a pressure cooker, a large selection of cake and baking tins, 3 or 4 coffee makers, sufficient crockery for 10-12 people, lots of microwave dishes etc etc so yes, some pans are newer than others, but there can be no other place with such a great selection - a stark contrast to Planibel rental apartments with exactly 4 sets of crockery/cutlery, 2 or 3 saucepans and only 2 cooking rings..... Finally, I am extremely surprised you had even the slightest reserve on the level of cleanliness - we take a deposit from visitors which is refunded on departure after inspection. I may this once not have checked all the cutlery, (and the oven is one of the places I always check too!) but all rooms are checked thoroughly and where necessary cleaned again by me personally, windows polished etc. I also keep notes for future reference on individual occupants and for those preceding you I actually recorded 'nice people, left v.clean, want to come again'.... You are welcome to come and check out our annual enhancements at the start of next season and see how you like it! Thanks for your comments anyway, they show people do care and our efforts will be noticed.
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"Team Clique" Ski Trip 2012

  • 4 of 5

Well what a great little resort with a great ski area! The apartment is in a fab location just a few minutes ski or herringbone from the chairlifts or 1 min further walk to the gondola. Apartment facilities are good & kitchen facilities excellent. We are 2 couples in our 40's who like to chill out & part self cater & part dine out & we found all we needed in the apartment & in the village. The apartment was cosy & warm & clean & tidy with a balcony. The old village is pretty & we found a couple of nice friendly bars & restaurants. The mountain restaurants are also of a good standard with very reasonable prices. If apres ski nightlife is your priority (crowded pistes & lift queues that go with it!!!) this is NOT for you!!! For us it's all about great skiing, good food & wine & friendly people........& it's perfect!!!! We have already discussed booking again next year...... so thanks Lorraine.... see you in 2013!!

  • Submitted: Feb 4, 2012
  • Stayed: Jan 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed your stay with us - you were happy with the abundant snow, and in January I know some days were really quiet on the pistes, so you felt you had them almost to yourselves! That said, with over 130 km of pistes to choose from, even at New Year or February Carnival, you won't find yourself queueing, nor pistes crowded, unless you choose to relentlessly repeat blacks 2 & 3 down into the village - we advise staying up and enjoying the sunshine of the pistes at higher altitudes! I look forward to seeing you again next year - I think you said you will go for January again? Just check the availability chart!
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5

Very enjoyable week of skiing!

  • 5 of 5

We are a family of 5 and spent a wonderful week over New Year in La Thuile.

The apartment was very clean, comfortable and well equipped. We even baked a cake in the oven! The unlimited hot water was much appreciated by us all after a day on the slopes. The heating works extremely well so if you stay over the winter make sure you pack some T shirts!

La Thuile is a lovely spot and we have skied there several times. The apartment is extremely well positioned for the lifts and for restaurants, shops, bars and ski hire etc. The children enjoyed playing on the slopes outside the apartment in the evening where they were able to sledge or build snowmen/ have snowball fights! If you stay over New Year you have a perfect viewpoint of the amazing village fireworks from the balcony and there is plenty of space on the balcony to store skis and poles.

We would definitely recommend this apartment and hope to return ourselves.

  • Submitted: Jan 24, 2012
  • Stayed: Dec 2011
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: So glad you enjoyed your stay! I'm glad you all had a good time and yes, we think our apartment is in the best location in the whole resort for access to everything but with the extra space coming from the pool and garden (summer) and snow-covered slopes for sledging or snowman-building (in winter, with no buildings obscuring the view to the lifts area and up to the Ruitor glacier. We would be happy to have you again - you left the apartment just as clean as you found it - thank you!
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Map

Nearest Golf
13 Kilometres
Courmayeur
Nearest Train
10 Kilometres
Pre' St. Didier
Nearest Motorway
12 Kilometres
Morgex or Courmayeur
Nearest Restaurant
200 Metres
Car: recommended

2015-16 SKI SEASON OPENS NOVEMBER 28 2015, snow conditions permitting. Closes APRIL 10 2016 (still weeks of cross country skiing available, then the Alpine flowers, the walks.....).

SPECIAL EVENT 20 & 21 FEBRUARY 2016 World Cup Competitions at LA THUILE- Women's Downhill and Super G -

La Thuile, at an altitude of 1400 metres, is the last village on the Italian side of the Petit Saint Bernard Pass into France and just 15 minutes from the Mont Blanc tunnel. Further down the valley lies Pre' St. Didier, with a spectacular waterfall and hot water springs famous since Roman times, now home to a luxury spa. In winter the road is closed about l km above La Thuile; numerous ski routes cross into France. La Thuile has several cross-country skiing tracks as well as over 150 km of alpine skiing with pistes to challenge experts and encourage beginners. Lots of free entertainment for children (and adults!) in main skiing season and in July/August. Summer trekking, mountain bikes, horseriding, archery, swimming. Courmayeur just 15 mins away (but who wants to swap the peace of La Thuile for the traffic of Courmayeur?). Shops sell local Fontina cheese as well as lesser-known specialities such as 'mocetta' cured meat, lard with chestnuts and Alpine herb liqueurs such as Genepy.

Other Activities: Heliski, ping pong, billiards, gym, sauna, Turkish baths, quad hire (summer), luxury spa Pre St Didier (water 37°C open all year) Eco-ice rink in La Thuile and full size rink in Courmayeur, Indoor climbing-bouldering wall (all year) in La Thuile and outdoor climbing in several areas of La Thuile (summer only)

Golf: Courmayeur golf club 15 minutes away

SNOWPARK at Les Suches for adrenaline snowboard/ski fun to music; SNOWKITE @ Petit St.Bernard pass. Ski, snowboard, telemark classes Italian and English at all levels. Beginners start on nursery slopes in the village: two 'moving carpets’ and a small ski-lift before graduating to blue, red and black runs 'up the mountain'. The longest piste is red n. 7, which is 11 km (though with tempting bars and restaurants to slow your progress). Pista 3 is the famous black piste which in 2016 will again host World Super G and women's downhill competitions. There are a boarder cross area and a special off-piste area on the French side, as well as new and bigger chairlifts in several areas on the Italian side. Cross-country ski lessons, four well-kept tracks starting in the village. Check out info, prices on lathuile.net website. Heliski on the Rutor glacier. Year-round skiing on Mont Blanc - drive to Courmayeur (10 mins) and book thrilling but not too challenging ski down the 'Mer de Glace' (Alpine ski guide required) even in high summer

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Rates & Availability

La Thuile Apartment Rental Rates

Rental Basis:
per property
Owner accepts payment in:
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Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
 
July
Jul 1 2016 - Jul 29 2016
7 night minimum stay
$777
$2,219
 
 
August
Jul 30 2016 - Aug 27 2016
7 night minimum stay
$943
$2,885
 
 
Late summer
Aug 28 2016 - Sep 24 2016
7 night minimum stay
$666
$1,775
 
 
Autumn
Sep 25 2016 - Dec 2 2016
7 night minimum stay
$555
 
 
Early ski
Dec 3 2016 - Dec 22 2016
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$777
 
 
Christmas
Dec 23 2016 - Dec 29 2016
Changeover Day: Friday
7 night minimum stay
$1,775
 
 
New Year
Dec 30 2016 - Jan 5 2017
Changeover Day: Friday
7 night minimum stay
$2,208
 
 
Early Bird
Jan 6 2017 - Jan 20 2017
7 night minimum stay
$832
 
 
Late January
Jan 21 2017 - Jan 27 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$921
 
 
First February
Jan 28 2017 - Feb 10 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$943
 
 
Half Term
Feb 11 2017 - Feb 17 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$1,320
 
 
Carnival
Feb 18 2017 - Feb 24 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$1,209
 
 
High Season
Feb 25 2017 - Mar 31 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$1,187
 
 
No April Fool
Apr 1 2017 - Apr 7 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
$1,076
 
 
Easter Holidays
Apr 8 2017 - Apr 14 2017
7 night minimum stay
$1,165
 
 
Easter Holidays 2
Apr 15 2017 - Apr 21 2017
7 night minimum stay
$943
 
 
Spring 2017
Apr 22 2017 - Jun 2 2017
7 night minimum stay
$555
 
 
Wildflower heaven
Jun 3 2017 - Jun 30 2017
7 night minimum stay
$666
 
 
Midsummer
Jul 1 2017 - Jul 21 2017
7 night minimum stay
$777
 
 
Peak Summer
Jul 22 2017 - Aug 18 2017
7 night minimum stay
$943
 
 
August 2
Aug 19 2017 - Sep 1 2017
7 night minimum stay
$777
 
 
September
Sep 2 2017 - Sep 29 2017
7 night minimum stay
$666
 
 
Autumn 2017
Sep 30 2017 - Dec 1 2017
7 night minimum stay
$555
 

Additional information about rental rates

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable damage deposit $444

NB. Rates are for rental for up to 4 occupants. A small additional charge may be made for 5th/6th occupant(s) at owners' discretion, depending on age of guests, season etc. LONG STAYS (2 weeks+) outside main ski season and days July 27-Aug 16 (when minimum stay is already 2 weeks), discounts on rates. Please enquire.
AUGUST ONLY (Long) RENTALS final cleaning of apartment can be arranged (extra)

20% to make reservation. Remainder 2 weeks prior to arrival

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Amenities

Valle d'Aosta Apartment Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • apartment (detached)
  • floor 1
Building Type:
  • building
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 60 m²
Location Type:
  • Mountain
  • Village
Theme:
  • Away From It All
  • Sports & Activities
General:
  • Elevator ...
  • Heating ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Tumble Dryer ...
  • Wireless Internet
Kitchen:
  • 4 Ring Stove
  • Cooking Utensils
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Grill
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Pantry Items
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 8 people
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Half Bath
  • Bathroom - combination tub/shower , bidet , Beautiful new tiles, fittings, cupboards December 2012
    Bathroom - toilet , Fully redesigned in December 2012 and hand basin added
  • The bathtub is of the slightly shorter type (140 cm long). Most prefer the shower option (powerful 4-jet shower head and curtain whole length of bath). Clothing washed by hand can be hung over extendable washing lines over bath, dries quickly overnight. For longer stays, consider using local cleaners (convenient but pricey!)
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Bedroom double - 1 queen
    Bedroom for two/double - 2 twin/ single , Can be made up as double bed
  • Double room has double bed, bedside tables, large wardrobe (hangers and shelves). Second bedroom has two single beds which can be put together to make a second double bed; newly furnished and new mattresses autumn 2012. The divans in the downstairs living room can accommodate two more adults or children (extra charge) but as there are no downstairs wardrobes, it is recommended they use sleeping bags and keep their luggage in upstairs wardrobes or under sofas. Additional high storage cupboards on upstairs landing. In summary, the accommodation is spacious for 4 people. If 6 wish to book , they must remember they are sharing one bathroom (separate WC) and will need to be tidy to avoid friction! Duvets for 4, blankets, pillows supplied. Duvet covers (sleeping bags for 5th-6th occupants), pillowcases and towels can be reserved at 15 euros per person/week or bring own. Parents' responsibility to see all children are 'dry' and do not soil mattresses
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • DVD Player ...
  • Television ...
  • Video Library ...
Outside:
  • Balcony
  • Bicycles ...
  • Golf ...
  • Lawn / Garden ...
  • Sand Box
  • Ski & Snowboard ...
  • Tennis ...
Suitability:
  • Low Allergen Environment
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Pool / Spa:
  • Communal Pool ...
  • Heated Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
Onsite Services:
  • Concierge
Attractions:
  • autumn foliage
  • botanical garden
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • playground
  • recreation center
  • restaurants
  • waterfalls
Leisure Activities:
  • horseback riding
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • sledding
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • fitness center
  • groceries
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • ice skating
  • mountain biking
  • mountain climbing
  • mountaineering
  • rafting
  • ski lift privileges
  • skiing
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • whitewater rafting
Notes:
OPTIONAL: Sheets+3 towels/person - € 15/ person/wk. Apartment is perfectly clean, hoovered and dusted on arrival, must be left in same state. Angles and open stairs make apt less suited to families with toddlers. Deposit required, reimbursed after inspection for final cleanliness and against breakages, minus any damage done (€ 400). Beautiful fitted walnut kitchen (2007). Bathroom and WC completely renewed in December 2012 1 large sledge, 2 plastic 'plate' sledges for guests' use. Internet free at library (max l hour/day). Whole village is WiFi hot spot, contact me for password! Tennis courts, children's playgrounds in public areas. Night life: bars, disco-bars, pizzerias and restaurants within easy walking distance. Restaurant up the mountain - drive to rendez-vous and catch snowmobile-train up and back - or ski back if sober! One relatively quiet disco. Films (in Italian) at peak holiday times. Special events at Christmas/New Year, Carnival (February) and in summer

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