Baita al Rossat

A tu per tu con la natura della Valle dei Mòcheni

Monica

Monica e Fabrizio

Starting from

€ 90.00

Accommodations — Baita vacanze

Baita al Rossat

Loc. Fratelle — 38050 Sant'Orsola Terme (TN)


Spoken languages: Italian, English, German
N° of rooms: 2, N° of beds: 4
La nostra baita chiavi in mano

This old and small farm is now a nice and lonely lodge, surrounded by a great pasture and by a wide wood of beeches and larches, which belong to the house, which lies idle in a completely natural environment.
It is at 1,200 a.s.l., in the middle area of the Valley of the Fersina. The lodge benefits of a gorgeous sight on the whole Valley and of the Lagorai mountains chain.
This location is particularly
suited for a pleasant stay in a complete calm, with the possibility to live all
the emotions and the numerous activities offered by the mountain in any season

of the year, also in winter, since the lodge is equipped with any sort of
comforts and a modern and environmental friendly heating system. The road to
the lodge is always keep open, also in winter when it snows.
From the lodge it is possible to reach in few time Trento, the lakes area and several ski areas, included the Dolomites, an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Winter the lodge is perfect for fascinating strolls with snowshoeing and it is a fantastic starting point for unforgettable ski mountaineering trips in the uncontaminated Lagorai mountain chain

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