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Villaggio Kinka

Via della Pineta 1 bis, 10060, Pragelato Italy
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This place is perfect if you want to relax, if you're looking for a ski day or if you like taking long walks; your kids will find an ice skating area, a pool, horses and many more attractions. The owners are young and nice, they always find a way to make the small town of Pragelato interesting. And Sestriere is just 15 mins away, if you're looking for a typical Alpine town. Cosy and welcoming at every time of the year!
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here is a charming place on the Alps where you can relax enjoying the Alps view while you do a bath in the quite cold swimming pool...we have lived it in sumemr time, of course, and we have found it very nice
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This typical alpine residence has nice and tiny chalets and a clubhouse to have breakfast or fast lunch or simply have a coffee or a drink. The staff will make everything possible to make your stay comfortable and pleasant. The accommodation is simple but cosy and offer excellent value for money. In the winter just come in January or February after wil be desert. The residence offers also even more appeal in the summer with many activities available on the spot.
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We stayed here by accident after finding that the hotel we'd actually booked had closed (without anyone telling us). After the initial drama of arriving in a snowstorm and having nowhere to stay, some very kind local people help us out and took us to the Hotel Kinka (yes, they actually got in the car with us) and made sure we were safely booked in. You know what, I love Italians. Anyway, even though we were arriving unannounced at 11pm (all the lights were off) the owner rallied round could not have made us more welcome. We were given a log chalet in the grounds which was delightfully warm and pleasant. The lounge in the main part of the hotel has an enormous central fireplace and a huge table made from a single slice of tree. Quite amazing really. The fire was always going and we spent a lot of time hanging out there drinking beer and eating snacks. All of that kind of stuff was very good value too, and the service was just first rate. Oh and the WiFi worked just fine as well. But none of what I'm saying quite captures the charm of this place. It's not that it's luxurious in any way and in many ways, I guess you'd say, is quite rustic. But, what it has is an indefinable quality that makes it feel warm, friendly, safe, relaxing, all those kinds of things. Very family friendly too I think. It was very quiet when we were there (February) but I had the impression that it was probably thronging in the summer when it seems to become very sports-oriented. Anyway, we were there to ski and Sestriere is about 15 minutes away by car (could be less when the roads are snow free). So, we were driving there every morning and as formula for skiing with a nice base to stay at, it all worked very well. Can't imagine why anyone with access to a car would rather stay in Sestriere rather than Pragelato...Pragelato is pretty and charming and Sestriere is, um, less so. Cost: very reasonable. We had half-board and that cost us 100Euro a night for both of us. Food was great, btw. Although, the evening meal, if you had everything offered to you could be absolutely enormous. Think we only made through all the courses once. Seems to be a place mainly where Italians stay at the moment but I can't think of any reason why people coming to the Alps to ski wouldn't want to stay here as well. In summary, we loved it, and would be very happy to go back again!
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ItalyPiedmontProvince of TurinPragelato
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