Baita 1697 is a 17th century Piedmontese farmhouse lovingly restored by acclaimed interior designer Lucie McCullough. It has been featured in Architectural Digest (AD) - the crème de la crème of international interior magazines.
The lodge sleeps 12 adults and 6 kids in 5 master ensuites, a media room with a double bed and a kids’ dorm which sleeps 6. It is fully furnished to luxurious standard. Bedrooms have custom made egyptian cotton bed sheets and bathrooms have underfloor heating, top of the range fittings and salon standard hair dryers. The mountain-view roof terrace has an 8-person wooden hot tub.
The lodge is situated in the heart of the old hamlet of Pattemouche at an altitude of 1600m, within 3 minutes stroll of the cable car to 400km of downhill Olympic piste, known as 'The Milky Way’ (with a downhill return to the lodge door).