|Number of beds:||10|
|Number of rooms:||5|
|Opening periods:||all year|
Together with my husband, we decided to renovate an old ruin, for us and for our three children, in the hamlet of Châteigne, a small rural village where you can still find original buildings made of dry stone and wood.
The village of Châteigne is surrounded by centuries-old chestnut trees and takes its name from the fruit of the latter (the name Châtaigne, in French, means “chestnut”). Later, we decided to renovate the house next to ours, which belonged to my husband’s grandparents, and to make i tinto a guesthouse.
The rooms have been meticulously furnished in order to keep the typical mountain style, with stone and wood finishings, expertly made by local artisans recovering the original materials. We thus restored the old wooden ceilings and reused the wooden planks, for the boiserie of the rooms and bathrooms, and the “lose”(stone slabs) of our roofs. Even the curtains on our windows have been expertly made by recovering the wedding furnishings of our grandparents, again made with the “teila de maïson”, hemp grown and woven manually by our grandmothers during the long and cold winter evenings. You can admire our chestnut woods and the panorama of our mountains from the wooden balconies or comfortably seated on the deckchairs that we have made available to you in the green area in front of the building, where you can relax and rest.
In each room you will find a wonderful a courtesy set by Montiflor, a local company that produces cosmetic products starting from the direct cultivation of medicinal herbs from the Champorcher Valley.
|Double room with bathroom||
|double room with bathroom for 1 person||
|Extra bed supplement for children under the age of 15||
|Breakfast (price per person)||Yes|
|Daily supplement: dogs||
Free children under the age of 2 years
Geographical co-ordinates: Est: 7.680212 Nord: 45.61323