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Auberge De La Peule

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Virginia
Reviewed 27 September 2016

We stayed here one night while doing the TMB. The dorm was fine but the staff were not friendly and the food was the worst of any refuge we stayed in on this trip. By comparison, the following night we stayed at Rifugio Bonnatti, where we had a lovely four course dinner. At La Peule, we were given a dish...

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Seattle, WA
Reviewed 17 August 2016 via mobile

This is a small scenic stop which is a milking station for the local cows as well as a TMB trekkers rest stop. It is welcomed after the decent from the Grand Col Ferret. We had a strawberry milkshake which was delicious. It was fresh milk mixed with some strawberry mix, no ice. I assume the milk came from the...

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Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

After crossing the Col de Ferret from Italy and walking down hill for an hour or so, la Peule is the first contact with Switzerland and its price level. It is fun to watch how this high altitude farm works with its cows for great cheese and chicken for wonderful omelettes. The dortoir sleeping quarters are clean and provides for...

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Bucharest, Romania
Reviewed 2 July 2016 via mobile

We found this traditional place to be lovely and a perfect stop for us on a long rainy day. The conditions are basic still welcoming and charming by the way that this place is showing a combined form of tradition and business to their guests . We do recommend this place

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Reviewed 18 August 2015

Stopped here for drink and cake on the way towards Col Ferret while walking the TMB. The view from the location is really quite special having left the roads behind it is a really nice rest stop on the TMB. Had some really nice hot chocolate and apple cake which was very very welcome. A high recommended stop on the...

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Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 September 2014

We booked this last minute and so glad we did. The staff were great, the evening meal was delicious and the breakfast plentiful with homemade bread, cheese, butter - part of their working dairy. The dormitory was comfortable and the showers hot.

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Reviewed 4 September 2014

We stayed here during August 2014 when we completed the Tour Du Mont Blanc (TMB). We started in Champex and completed the tour in a clockwise direction. We stayed half board in the dorms. The food was nice and plentiful. Dinner consisted of bread, cheese, ham, tomatoes baked in the oven. The only downside was that there was not enough...

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London
Reviewed 2 July 2013

This has clearly been recently built/renovated and the overall ambiance is good, if a little too "swiss" on the service front (efficient but rather stern - more smiles would be good). There is a nice, large communal eating/relaxing area with wood burning stove, bar service and snacks. Accommodation is a clean and well kept dorm of c. 30 beds+bunks with...

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cardiff
Reviewed 24 June 2012

We had walked a very long way when we arrived at Refuge Nant Borrant. This was our first night in Switzerland on our Tour du Mont Blanc. We had expected to stay in a refuge in Italy which turned out to be closed so we pressed on to Nant Borrant. We arrived after 5 pm to a warm welcome at...

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Address: La Fouly, Switzerland
Region: Switzerland > Swiss Alps > Canton of Valais > La Fouly
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“Mezzanine has single beds and is a bit more secluded, but noisier from snoring below. Warmer if its cold but might get a bit hot on very warm nights.”
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