A mountain village among chestnut trees
Nature, independence, authenticity
The bed and breakfast Li Tzatagni is born after the renovation of two residential buildings in the village of Chateigne, in the municipality of Pontboset, in the wild Valley of Champorcher, in Valle d’Aosta.In this place, a long time ago, the residents used to live out of chestnuts, potatoes, rye and livestock. It is not hard to get lost among the woods of chestnut trees, that are majestic, centuries-old, lush, resilient. These trees are now the frame of our b&b, hosting small, chirping birds that will softly wake you during springtime and that will fill the garden of rustling leaves and chestnut burrs in autumn. Here is the origin of the name "Li Tzatagni”, that means "the chestnuts” in our dialect.
A completely independent stay
Li Tzatagni is composed of five rooms with bathroom and independent entrance, a breakfast hall and gardens that rise up to the beginning of the woods.
Nature and peace are the real protagonists of your stay at Li Tzatagni. The independent entrance will allow you to check-in and out independently and you can decide where to have your breakfast – a breakfast basket will be left out of your door: in the intimacy of your room, in the garden, overlooking the beauty of nature or in the breakfast hall, studying the itinerary of the day ahead. Don’t worry, you will be guided in every step of your stay: in your room you will find all the information you might need and Alessia will always be available via WhatsApp.
The essence of mountain life
Let me introduce myself: I am Alessia and together with my family I run our agriturismo Le Moulin des Aravis in Pontboset. I am a traveler, lover of nature and freedom.
When I had the opportunity to take over the b&b Li Tzatagni I dove into it without any second thought: the house is astonishing and it is located in a magical place, and these are the characteristics I like to find when I travel, and that I hope my guests will appreciate, too: the sense of freedom of the independent entrance of the rooms, the privacy of the garden, the silence, the whispering of the woods, the authenticity of the recovery and the profound essence of mountain life – simple and rustic – but with deep roots that go deep down into the respect of our nature.