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    Aosta B&B

    Looking for a B&B in Aosta or nearby. Anyone recommend one?

    All seem a bit pricey.

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    When and for how long?

    What do you have in mind paying for a night, with breakfast?

    The concept of B&B is a British one. Most hotels will do a room for a night (or nights) with or without breakfast.

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    Ideally £50 max if possible, dont mind if its a little out of Aosta. Its just a stop of before The Dolomites.

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    A one night stop then?

    From your other thread, I’m guessing August, peak demand season.

    I just pumped Aosta into booking.com for mid-August and found the Maison Colombot for £50. You might not find it for the date you want on booking.com but try giving them a ring, perhaps?

    http://www.booking.com/Share-kW17t0

    Similarly, pump September into the date search. If nothing else it throws up hotels that you can at least call to see if they have rooms in August.

    This thread is a fine example of why ‘winging it’ doesn’t always work. Imagine if someone just rocked up in Aosta in August, what would they be spending?

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    Sorry, yea, just the one night.

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    Were the suggestions I put to you any help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Were the suggestions I put to you any help?
    Yea, thanks. I did see that one before. Ive mailed some asking about parking for the bike, but had no reply as yet. Will let you know how it goes....thanks

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    Got one for £63 in the end...secure parking with breakfast. So not too bad!!

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    Which one did you choose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Which one did you choose?
    This one

    https://www.booking.com/hotel/it/b-a...2a66553fad4e4b

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