Typical two bedroom apartment of about 66 sq.mt, perfect for a quiet holiday on the snow, located in the lovely town of Gressoney. The apartment is close to Champoluc and the Valtournenche, with the Monte Rosa on the background.
The ski area, comprising 89 pistes and 44 ski resorts, is within walking distance (300 meters).
The apartment is located on the ground floor of a typical residential building (“Residenza Andrebaett”).
The property opens onto the spacious day area, composed of an open-plan white Febal kitchen with black granite countertop, equipped with modern appliances (microwave, induction cooktop, dishwasher, fridge and eletric oven), a dining table seating up to 6 people, and a comfortable relaxation corner furnished with a double sofa bed, a round coffee table, a floor lamp and a TV set.
The day area has precious oakwood parquet flooring.
The night area is composed of:
- a bedroom with panoramic views, furnished with a Sommier double bed (170cm X 200cm), two white ash bedside tables with lamp, a white ash closet with sliding doors, a small cabinet and a wall mirror;
- a second bedroom, furnished with a double sofa bed, a bedside table, a floor lamp and a full-figured mirror, placed on the left of the sofa bed;
- a bathroom with shower, basin, WC, mirror and washing machine.
The apartment comes with a private ski deposit downstairs and a covered parking space.
-Independent heating system
Gressoney-La-Trinité is the foot of the Monte Rosa massif, in the Lys Valley (also known as Gressoney Valley), which is crossed by the Lys river.
On this side of Monte Rosa you can admire the peaks of the Eastern Lyskamm (4527 meters, the highest point of the valley) and Western Lyskamm (4481 meters), the Castor (4226 meters) and the Vincent Pyramid (4215 meters).
In winter, Gressoney-La-Trinité is an important ski resort in Valle d’Aosta, which belongs to the famous Monterosa ski area. From here you can also easily reach both Champoluc in the Ayas Valley and Alagna Valsesia, in the Sesia Valley.
Not to be missed: the Ethnographic Museum and the Walser Ecomuseum, also comprising a rural farmhouse.
A typical local speciality is the Gressoney Toma, a type of cheese that has been included into the list of Slow Food products.
In the nearby Gressoney la Trinité, a short car drive away, there are several supermarkets, shops and restaurants.
The guests benefit from both a private parking space and an outdoor shared parking.