Our Rooms

To create everything in our image we have studied and imagined, as well as, firsthand, planed, cut, sanded, glued, every detail of the house.

Café Quinson Les Chambres

Each of our six bedroom has its own history, in order to give to our guests a complete service based on our family’s tradition which aims to promote kindness, quality and the country work; especially the wine sector.Even today we possess one hectare of vineyard in the little village of Morgex.
This vineyard is divided into different parcels and, each of these, has its own name in Patois, our local dialect.

To each of our bedroom has been attributed the name of one vineyard and it contains the most important characteristics of the agricultural work. Wood and stone underline, as well as provide the aesthetic value, the strong bond with the vineyard.
Every detail of our building has been designed with precision and accuracy. The bedrooms are divided into two areas, just like our vineyards. Actually, in the first hallway, the southern side, you'll find two of them: Laruie and Granclou; while in the north side there will be four more: Poiette, Peutache, Tramejon and Lolihe.

Rooms Price List

All rooms have WiFi, LED TV, hairdryer, multi-sensory shower, Hamman, Courtesy kit.

Availability of hydromassage mini-pool for 4 people and free of charge in courtyard. Ski or bicycle storage, private parking.

High Season: 1st July to 10th September - 1st December to 1st May
Low Season: May 2nd to June 30th - September 11th to November 30th

RoomsBedsAccessoriesLowHigh
Lolihe2Sauna250,00 €350,00 €
Tramejon2-200,00 €250,00 €
Peutache2Spa bath250,00 €350,00 €
Poiette2-250,00 €300,00 €
Granclou2-250,00 €300,00 €
Laruie2Salt room300,00 €400,00 €

Contact us and come and visit us

At the feet of the Mont Blanc, in Aosta Valley, a few steps away from Courmayeur and La Thuile, a little gem appears in the very heart of the cozy village of Morgex. The café Quinson – Restaurant de Montagne unexpectedly appears to its guests in an ancient house of the 17 th century, where the typical mixture of wood and stone creates a welcoming, warm and familiar alpine ambiance.