The chalet has an attractive cave with an authentic ceiling (13th / 14th century) which serves as a communal space. The ski lift is only 150 meters away and takes you to the Via Lattea ski area (known from Sestrière). Skiing in Italy means endless runs on perfectly groomed slopes, cappuccino on a wonderful sun terrace, tasty lunches in one of the mountain restaurants, but most of all affordable and welcoming. La dolce (ski) vita!
The chalet has a separate reception which provides access to the common space in the cave. In the middle of the cave is a real bar (no self-service) where you can have a nice drink. In addition to a dining area with various tables, there is a comfortable seating area with TV, DVD player and Wi-Fi game console. From the seating area you have access to the garden. The chalet staff provides daily breakfast, afternoon tea and 3-course dinner in the cave, which are prepared in the closed kitchen.
relative center: 200 meters
compared to lifts: 150 meters
relative to piste: 150 meters
- Unique cave as living room with bar
- Home bar (no self-service)
- Closed professional kitchen (to be used by chalet staff)
- 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms for up to 26 people
- TV via cable in the cave and via satellite in bedrooms 7 and 8
- Internet: free wifi
- Wii game console
- DVD player
- Shared garden and some bedrooms with balconies
- Connected to another chalet
- Made up as standard with sheets, blankets and towels
- Only bookable with the catered chalet concept
- Surface chalet 370 m²
The ski area of ​​Via Lattea has a high degree of snow certainty, which is mainly due to the meteorological location. Because of this you can find good snow in the French part, or there are good conditions in Italy; or both. The lowest point in the area is 1,350 meters and the highest point is the Frèteve at over 2,850 meters.
The slopes are generally wide and well-arranged. The lower pistes go mainly through the forest and are guaranteed snow by the location and exhibition (North and West slope). The area is suitable for (slightly) advanced skiers, but also the novice skier has enough options.