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Aunique place that lays its foundations in the Roman era ...

Archeological digs in Saint-Vincent have brought to light a big Roman thermal bath, situated under the Church. Since the building is located near a Roman road, it is assumed that it was a “Mansio”. The building is dated at the end of the 2nd century and the beginning of the 3rd century on a site which was already inhabited during the Late Bronze Age.

The Roman building occupied a larger area than the present Church (which was built at the end of the First century).

The “Mansione” had a rectangular shape organized around a court yard, and it included an inning hall, baths, rooms, and stables for horses, barns and depots for vehicles.

Our restaurant is situated in the ancient “Mansio”, specifically in a big stable for horses. The room has four ribbed brick vaults growing from one central column, built by Piedmontese masters in 1864 on the Roman findings.

In the important historical building you’ll enjoy a unique atmosphere, enhanced by food and wine. The combination is a perfect union o flavors and perfumes.

You will have the possibility to admire and savor our meats selection, grilled in the majestic fireplace in the center of the room. Moreover you will savor and enjoy Aosta Valley traditional dishes, chosen by our Chef.

Our sommelier Sylvie will present you wines from our rich cave and she will be glad to suggest the perfect wine to accompany your choice of meal.

The property is located in the heart of the historical-archaeological center, in the main pedestrian street of Saint-Vincent, a municipality which is part of the Monte Cervino district.

Located in a basin that shelters it from the winds, with a particularly mild climate, Saint-Vincent has been nicknamed the "Riviera of the Alps" and is one of the most renowned resorts in the Aosta Valley thanks to its magnificent SPA and CASINO. In addition to well-being and entertainment, the spa town boasts numerous archaeological remains from pre-Roman times and a rich congress activity; worth mentioning is the "Saint-Vincent Prize" for journalism, the "Le Grolle d'Oro Prize", an ancient award for Italian cinema and the "Woman of the Year Prize".

For ski lovers, the Col de Joux ski resort is located a few kilometers from the center. Ideal for families and especially for children thanks to the setting up of a new playground on the snow. While for the more demanding, the Breuil-Cervinia ski area, dominated by the majestic Mount Cervino (4.478m) has 150 km of slopes connected with Valtournenche and an international connection with Zermatt (Switzerland) for a total of 350 km of slopes. Equally rich is the Monterosa Ski area with its 180 km of slopes that unite the Aosta Valley area with the Piedmont one.

The rich presence of castles should also be underlined: Baron Gamba castle, Ussel castle, Issogne castle, Vèrres, Castle of Fénis and the famous and international Forte di Bard.
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