|Rue Mines de Cogne, 22 - 11012
|0165.74034 - 335.6145083
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Since 1966 the building has been the home of the Restaurant Tavern Lou Ressignon; in 2007 the Allera family, planning the renovation of the building, decided to create 5 comfortable double rooms on the first and second floor.
In the centre of the town of Cogne, just 200m from the Piazza and from the prairie of Saint Ours, the Chambres d’Hôtes Lou Ressignon is ideal for couples and families in search of a quality stay in a non-hotel location and a refined gastronomic experience. Quality food has always been an essential aspect at Lou Ressignon’s: indeed, as early as 1966 Arturo Allera, a restorer of typical Aosta Valley furnishings and a ski instructor, opened this restaurant-tavern choosing for it the name ‘Lou Ressignon’, which in patois, the French Provencal spoken in the area, means ‘the midnight snack’. The tradition began by the founder is now continued by his children, Elisabetta and Davide.
Lou Ressignon is open all year, allowing guests to discover and enjoy the natural beauty of the Cogne valley throughout all four seasons.
|Double room with bathroom
|Extra bed supplement for children under the age of 15
How to get here by car
Take the motorway exit for Aosta Ovest - Aymavilles. After the toll turn right, following signs for Aymavilles-Cogne and drive towards the town. Pass in front of the Aymavilles castle, then bear right and continue along the regional road from approximately 20 kilometres until you reach the built-up area of Cogne.
At the roundabout follow signs to the centre and from the town’s Piazza follow in the direction of Lillaz for about 250m. Lou Ressignon is on the left.
How to get here by public transport
There is a scheduled coach service to Cogne (about 6 coaches a day).