If you are looking for a relaxation-filled dream holiday, in the midst of the magical natural surroundings of the Fassa Valley, enclosed by the mountains of the Dolomites, where you can stay in a typical mountain apartment, furnished with taste and style, well then you have come to the right place. Chalet Nata is a small mountain home at Larzonei, Vigo di Fassa. It has 2 tourist apartments on the ground floor, the owner’s apartment on the first floor. Chalet Nata has room in the garage for one car per apartment, a large garden and above all, it offers all of the peace and relaxation you need, together with unique views over the entire Fassa Valley. The apartments have a double bedroom with en suite bathroom as well as a lounge with kitchenette, sofa bed and another bathroom, making them ideal for two or a maximum of 4 people.
We had a great time in Chalet Nata. Anton is a great host who help us with accomodation and explain everything about the apartment and whole area.
The place is really warm and comfortable (with 2 rooms, one with kitchen annex) and the wiev is really fantastic.
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per chi scia consiglio vivamente la funivia da Pozza Boffaure dove si puo raggiungere Canazei e il giro dei passi.
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Highly recommended! Clean, comfortable, very well-appointed apartment, just as described and pictured. The shower in the master bath is especially nice. The kitchen has everything for making a meal 'at home', including dishwasher. There is a good oven and magnetically controlled state-of-the-art cook surface (note: there is no microwave). Anton is the perfect host, very helpful with directions and suggestions. He is also a gifted photographer of the gorgeous Dolomite ranges surrounding the chalet. The chalet is perfectly situated to see the Catinaccia (including Rosengarten), Sassolungo, Marmolada ("the Queen of the Dolomites"), and much more in Val di Fassa. We recommend using "(website hidden) Maps" for directions to Chalet Nata; that worked best for us.