- Free Wi-Fi
- Converted former barn
- Handmade furniture
- Bar with TV and reading/games corner
- Free use of washing machine and dryer
- Dining room
- Babysitting service available
- In resort centre
- Great for friends and families
The Bormolini family look after this gem of a hotel. The Francescato is actually a lovingly converted and finished barn that has been decked out with their own handmade furnishings. It may only be a bed and breakfast, but their breakfast comes highly recommended with fresh coffee, scrumptious pastries, and homemade jams first thing in the morning – not to be missed!
The hotel is just 70 metres from the slopes too, which makes it possible to ski straight back to the property for most of the season. When you get there, you can relax in the bar and catch up with a bit of TV, or head to the cosy reading corner for some quiet time. On top of all that, guests have free use of the washing machine and dryer. It's easy to see why so many guests return year after year.
Food and drink
Bed and breakfast is the order of the day at the Garni Francescato. They have a delightful continental breakfast buffet in the mornings – it's particularly popular with fresh coffee, delicious pastries, and homemade jams (and there's a cooked breakfast option, just ask if you're interested).
When it comes to dinner, you can pre-book a meal at the nearby and very popular Il Cenacolo restaurant.
The 13 rooms here are bright, cheerful and perfect for two to four people. The twin or double rooms have cable TV, a mini-safe and a lovely en-suite with a shower and hairdryer. Some of the rooms can also take a third bed suitable for a child if that is needed. And if you’re travelling with your family, you may want to ask about the two family rooms that are available – they sleep up to four adults.
A warm welcome awaits at this friendly family run hotel.
All prices include flights and transfers. Other regional airports are available at a supplement.
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