Surrounded by nature, two kilometers from the ski slopes of the Zoncolan, the Dolomiti Village includes twenty wooden chalets and a tree house that combine the alpine style with a refined and special modern design.
Inspired by the rural architecture of the Orias stables, the Dolomiti Village begins to take shape in 2014, when the first house, recovered from an old stavolo, is joined by chalets, which use the ancient buildings used by shepherds for materials and construction techniques.Attention to the environment is a principle that the Dolomiti Village has made its own from the beginning. The use of local and sustainable materials for the construction of housing, the use of a small photovoltaic system and LED lights with low energy impact, are some of the solutions adopted to protect and protect nature.The chalet, made entirely of wood, is on two floors plus a mezzanine and can accommodate two to seven people. The sleeping area, upstairs, consists of a double bedroom, a relaxation area that becomes a bedroom with four beds, a mezzanine with two beds. The living area, downstairs, has an equipped kitchen and a large bathroom, divided into two distinct rooms, and is equipped with everything needed to make the guest feel at home.All chalets have a Jacuzzi with a French window that overlooks the veranda. On the outdoor veranda, during the summer evenings, you can enjoy your holiday with a barbecue outdoors or watching the stars in complete tranquility.The chalet can also be used by just two people or by larger groups up to a maximum of seven people.