Costadedoi Str. 51, San Cassiano (BZ)
Main house: Vilin-1
This house of Vilin & Ruances Apartments in San Cassiano, Alta Badia, can be defined as the main one because its first floor is occupied by the private apartment of the Glira-Costabiei family, that will be your point of reference for any eventuality during the stay. The house has a ski room with a ski boot dryer that turns into a bike depot in summer. In front of the house there is a private parking reserved exclusively to the guests. Next to the house (in front of apartments 1 and 2) there is a lawn that, in summer, hosts a children’s playground (slide, swing, springer) and sun loungers for their parents, while in winter it turns into a safe place for making pretty snowmen and even for building small igloos after a heavy snowfall. Besides, the public summer playground of Costadedoi is just 20 m away.
Costadedoi Str. 61, San Cassiano (BZ)
This house of Vilin & Ruances Apartments in San Cassiano, Alta Badia, is connected to the main building, Vilin-1, by an outdoor terrace and enjoys a slightly elevated position, that allows to contemplate from the upper floors a marvellous view that sweeps from the Gardenaccia massif to the plateau of Piz la Ila and Piz Sorega. The house has its own ski depot with a ski boot dryer. Behind the house there is a private parking reserved exclusively to the guests. The summer garden with sun loungers and a small playground is just a stone’s throw away. A couple of metres further there is also the public summer playground of Costadedoi.
Costadedoi Str. 97, San Cassiano (BZ)
This house of Vilin & Ruances Apartments in San Cassiano, Alta Badia, is just 20 m away from the house Vilin-2. It is also equipped with a private parking and a ski/bike depot with a ski boot dryer. Both apartments feature balconies with a panoramic view of the Dolomites. In summer, little guests are welcome on the playground of the nearby Vilin houses and on the public playground of Costadedoi (approx. 30 m away). The meadow that begins right behind the house stretches out till the larch wood on the outskirts of the Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature park, so sometimes it’s possible to see on the adjacent slope some roe deer coming out of the wood in search of fresh grass.