The Drésalwoald was born from the renovation of an old house dating back to the eighteenth century, once used as a barn and hay loft, and transformed today into a Chambres d’Hôtes after a careful conservation restoration.
The family-run property owes its name to the overgrown forest around it, one of the most dense and fascinating spruce forests in the area.
Nothing has been left to chance: the decor, the care of the details, the welcome and the charming atmosphere. To complete this, the enviable scenery where Drésalwoald is located, between long stretches of flowery meadows along the Lys torrent and a fantastic view of the Monte Rosa glacier.
Our guests are welcome, we do not want to show only our home but also the microcosm characterized by traditions, food and wine, culture and nature which characterizes the territory of Gressoney: this is the philosophy of Drésalwoald!