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Stavolo Cjampeis - Mansarda

RAVASCLETTO - Località Cjampeis
Price from € 80,00 / night

General info

Our cozy stavolo Cjampeis is just after the village of Ravascletto and Valcalda Gap. It welcomes you with its atmosphere of rustic simplicity, it preserves the typical "carnica" architecture. The door opens onto a small foyer leading to the living area, divided between the kitchen and the living room with sofa bed. In the entrance there is a first bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with induction cooker, fridge and oven. A modern wood stove heats the bright room and makes it even more typical and pleasant. Upstairs there are the double bedroom with sloping ceilings and a further bathroom with shower. It is an apartment designed to be eco-friendly, in the philosophy of Albergo Diffuso Comeglians, since from the point of view of energy uses of wood for heating and solar hot water and electricity. The stavolo is enclosed by one hectare of land, between meadows and wood.

Private parking (lot for 1 car).

Possibility of covered parking for motorbikes (roof structure).


The apartments, all equipped with TV and provided with bed linen and towels, are available in different sizes and types to suit various needs. 

  • Pets welcome
  • Open all the year
  • Hairdryer
  • Credit cards
  • Uncovered parking
  • Park / Garden
  • Heating
  • TV room

The surroundings

In both summer and winter, there is always a good reason to take a holiday in Carnia.


Piste Zoncolan

D'Inverno / Winter

At a short distance from the distributed hotel apartments is located the Ravascletto-Zoncolan ski domain with its 30 km of slopes, one of the best-equipped centres in the region. It offers fast ski lifts and comfortable and sunny slopes for skiers of all difficulty levels.

D'estate / Summer

In the summer months, the "Panoramica delle Vette" [Peak View] scenic route is open, it is a surfaced road which starts from the village of Tualis and rises to 1900 meters above sea level, offering spectacular views. From the Peak View route starts a trail leading to the top of Mount Crostis, where it is common to meet marmots or admire the flight of an eagle.