La Maisonette has been lovingly restored around an old chapel. High ceilings provide excellent natural light and highlight a stylish blend of contemporary living with many original architectural features. The cottage sits at the back of a sleepy hamlet where an ancient mule track winds into the forests behind. The woodland can also be enjoyed from the comfort of the garden as guests can expect to see local fauna whilst barbecuing in the open air. The cottage affords spectacular views of the valley where homesteads and hamlets nestle in distant escarpments.
La Maisonette is replete with two bedrooms. The master offers the possibility of a twin or double bed. We can also add a cot if requested. This room offers direct access to the garden and woodland beyond. The second double is characterized by its exposed timbers, stone and mezzanine.
The fully furnished kitchen blends stylish and spacious living with many rustic touches. It is well equipped and perfect for family dining. The open plan design incorporates a living room complete with double sofa bed and large mezzanine
The bathroom is chic, complete with a roomy walk-in power-shower, bidet and all the essentials.
Whilst the back garden looks out over woodland, the front terrace offers a covered seating area with views over the hamlet and formidable precipices beyond. Perhaps the quirkiest feature is the statue of 'The Black Madonna di Oropa', upon which La Maisonette is built around.
We want guests to feel completely at home and encourage you to enjoy all our facilities.