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How to reach us

By car

To reach us follow the A5 motorway, take the exit Aosta West / St. Pierre and follow the regional road towards Cogne. In the center of Cogne turn right and follow the direction of Valnontey. We are the first hotel on the left just arrived in the village of Valnontey.

By bus

AOSTA – MILAN Purchase of tickets with reservation to be made at:  Savda SpA – Autostradale di Milano Lampugnano – Tel +39 02 300891 Biglietteria Savda di Aosta – Autostazione bus – Tel +39 0165 262027
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AOSTA – TURIN Purchase of tickets with reservation to be made at: Biglietteria Sadem Torino – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 131/H  Edicola Il Furetto Torino – Corso Bolzano, 47 – Tel. +39 011 538425  Biglietteria Savda di Aosta – Autostazione bus – Tel +39 0165 262027
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AOSTA – COGNE Purchase of tickets on the bus  – Travel time: 50 minutes  End of Line Loc. Revettaz / Camper Area Download the timetable here!

By train

The closest railway station is in Aosta. You can catch the bus to Cogne opposite the station, stopping at various points in the area.

By air

The closest airport is the “Turin – Caselle” airport. From there you can continue your journey by coach; the same applies for the airports of Milan and Geneva.

Fraz. Valnontey 8, 11012 Cogne Aosta Valley

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Position

Fraz. Valnontey, 8, Cogne

Phone

+39 0165 749177

E-mail

labarme@tiscali.it

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Hotel La Barme

HOTEL and RESTAURANT

Village Valnontey 8
11012 Cogne, Aosta Valley

The hotel has an agreement with the Terme di Pré-Saint-Didier, Spa & Wellness.

Contacts
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Phone: +39 0165 749177
Fax +39 0165 1820207

labarme@tiscali.it
P.IVA 01004900070

See also
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The Residence Château Royal, in the historical centre of the village of Cogne, was created by the sensitive renovation of a medieval tower, ancient hunting lodge of the King Vittorio Emanuele II. The building dates back to 1200 and has been declared a national monument for its historical importance.