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€ 35-55
€ 33,50-46,50
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La Quana Bed and Breakfast is in a historic hamlet outside Domodossola in a quiet and panoramic location. The house, a conservatively renovated ancient building, offers its guests a comfortable double room with private bathroom and its own entrance. Great care has gone into the furnishing and accessories and it has satellite TV, WiFi and a well-stocked mini bar.
The large and wholesome breakfast offered by the owner Marco and his wife Patrizia, can be enjoyed in the beautiful dining room with a fireplace or, in warm weather, under the pergola on the terrace in front of the entrance to the bedroom, surrounded by nature.. The La Quana Bed and Breakfast is managed by the Bresciani family and is located in the La Quana 1 hamlet in Domodossola
Small and medium-sized pets are allowed by agreement with the owners, a supplement for final cleaning may be required.

Ossola e le sue Valli
Domodossola
+39 345 6770727
+39 345 6770727
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The location of our B&B makes it an excellent starting point for day trips to the unique landscapes of the Ossola Valley: from Macugnaga, whose crowning glory is the Monte Rosa, to the Valley of the Painters, Vigezzo Valley, the Antigorio Valley with its spectacular gorges and Premia Spa Thermal Baths, the Formazza Valley with the Toce waterfall, the second highest in Europe; and again the Bognanco Valley with its famous sources of mineral waters , the Veglia Devero nature reserve, the Val Grande wilderness park. Unmissable is the train ride on the scenic Vigezzina railway from Domodossola to Locarno in Switzerland.

Starting from the B&B in a 10 minute drive you can reach Domobianca: 20 Km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding. 17 Km away is San Domenico di Varzo with the 20-plus km “Ciamporino” pistes which have a vertical drop of 1131 metres (from the 1420metres of San Domenico to the 2500 metres of Bocchetta dei Crosi).
On foot you can take short walks to visit the Natural Reserve of Sacro Monte Calvario, or follow the “presses and mills” path that winds through quaint litle villages; or, in summer, go on longer treks up to the Alpe Lusentino and on to the panoramic Moncucco peak (1916 metres) looking out over the Domodossola plain below and offering spectacular views of the Monte Rosa Alps, the neighbouring Swiss 4000 metre peaks and the whole Alpine chain. Nearby are sports facilities, swimming pools and mini-golf.

A car is essential as public transport (buses and trains) only go to Domodossola, about 5 km from the B&B.

 

 

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