Italian Alps self catering accommodation
Live the Alpine dolce vita from a beautiful mountain farmhouse with views to die for. Sit back, switch off & soak in the breathtaking Engadine valley from your very own balcony.
Italian Alps Lake Como St. Moritz Medieval villages Wildlife Three of the largest National parks in the Alps within easy reach Optional: walking, skiing, canoeing, swimming, Crotti (cave) restaurants, ice climbing, sleigh rides (in winter)
£360To£850 per week (sleeps 6)
Description of Italian Alps self catering accommodation
Our top tip:
If hiring a car, consider a smaller vehicle which is better suited to the narrow mountain roads.
1 double, 2 twins (sleeps 6) set in a beautifully restored 300 year-old farmhouse.
Bathroom, sitting room, balcony, kitchen (& utensils), log fire, washing machine etc. Family-friendly.
Self catering but in-house cooking can be arranged at a fee. Hypermarket and local deli's are easily accessible as are some fantastic local restaurants!
Casa dell'Ava is in a mountain village of Pianazzola which has about 50 houses in it and you will find more goats and chickens living there than snow cannons! People who come to stay here are generally looking for a winter vacation rather than specifically a skiing vacation, they will go winter walking, snow shoeing, etc. Natural snow falls from the beginning of December through to the end of March.
3 Reviews of Italian Alps self catering accommodation
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 21 Jul 2019 by Janet MorrisThe views from the house were absolutely breathtaking. Sipping coffee on the balcony and soaking up the beauty of the mountains and the valley below was good for the soul. Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Sep 2014 by Martin HeimannOne of the best places I have been - hope to come again. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Jan 2014 by Robin HarveyOur vacation with our family was very enjoyable. The house was clean and well maintained with mostly good facilities. Read full review
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