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If you have chosen the accommodation with the bathroom equipped with a shower, we'll go up in a small tower. The ceiling has exposed beams and in the center it features a beautiful rose of carved wood that I brought from Burma. There are pictures on the walls as well as an ancient Indian shawl that dates back to the XVIII century. The wooden floor is covered by warm rugs in golden tones and the big bed will immediately give you a feeling of cosiness. And the view from the window is thrilling: lying in  bed, between fresh percale sheets, you can admire the peaks of Mount Emilius and Becca di Nona standing guard over Aosta.

 

                                      

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If you have chosen the bathroom with the Jacuzzi tub instead, we'll go downstairs and find ourselves amid stone walls and colourful furniture. In addition to the omnipresent carpets,
the walls display ancient Sindh ceremonial clothes framed and fabrics hand-embroidered or woven on old looms, dating back to the past centuries. 
The king size bed is made of hand-carved wood and a wooden “shisham” table and an antique wardrobe from southern Afghanistan complete the decor.

 

 

 

 

                   

 

As you will find out, coming here from Aosta  takes no more than 10 minutes but you'll reach 1000 meters. In summer you can enjoy the big garden while in winter, 
when everything outside is white, the fireplace will warm your heart (as for the central heating, it always works at full speed!!!)
 
If you want to go for walks, you're in the right place; there are magnificent trails through the woods. If instead you want to go skiing, Pila and Crevacol ski resorts are right next door.
 
If, however, you are not too keen on sports and prefer the art, Roman monuments abound in Aosta or you can visit the castles of Sarre, Saint Pierre, Aymavilles and Fenis, 
all no more than 15 km away.
 
But if you are looking for peace and quiet, here you can hear "the sound of silence" and enjoy a good book curled up in an armchair 
(in the house there are about 10,000 books, novels or essays, poetry or technical)
 
 
I will try to make your stay as pleasant as possible! I'll be waiting for you!

 

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