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Friendly accommodation in a mountain cottage of the eighteenth century, it’s also a restaurant in Savoyard cuisine and a sunny terrace in a privileged site. In summer, the refuge of La Boerne is a base camp for hikers and mountaineers. In winter, Boerne is located in the departures of ski trails, snowboarding, snowshoe hikes and walks in the Aiguilles Rouges and Mont Blanc massifs
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Free Internet
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Non-Smoking Hotel
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We put our friends up here, and then had the most amazing New Year's Eve party here this year...whilst the accommodation is certainly cosy (its a refuge, take it for what it is), its very authentic, fantastic spot but most of all the guardians, Julian and his family, are simply
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A historic building that was a pleasure to experience. The spaces are small and wouldn't be a good place if you're claustrophobic. But it's a fantastic experience with friendly staff and good food. The picnic lunch was good, with a huge sandwich
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We stayed here in a private room. The rooms looked very new and were immaculately clean. For some reason there was no towels. The staff were friendly and efficient and the food for lunch and dinner was good. The surroundings are very nice. Breakfast was a bit chaotic but we ate
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We stayed here recently on our TMB walk and as we walked into this beautiful little Auberge we thought it was stunning. It's a beautiful old property, lovingly restored and maintained and gives you an idea of how it must have been to live in one of these beautiful timber houses.
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Stayed here on our recent hiking tour of mont blanc and was the worst accommodation we had on the tour. The bedrooms are tiny and cramped and lodgers are packed in like pigeons, I would hate to see what would happen if a fire broke out. The shower and separate toilet upstairs
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Timber sink in communal bathroom
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Dorm for 6 (two singles on the left, beds on the right are doubles).
"We had a dorm room -I think there are new rooms also available I heard from other guests. I didn't see them."
"Book early and you might get a small room rather than an dortoir"
"expect the worst, maybe you can handle it then"
"bring your ear plugs in case you are sharing the room with some snoring chaps..."
"There is one room in the extreme corner (tho i don't recall the name of the room), it's behind the toilet area and had bed for 4 people. Has ventilation and quite a decent sized room. Most others were small."
US$45 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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