Perched on the sunny mountainside overlooking the villages of Clèbes and Beuson, you can find the sleepy hamlet of Verrey. It presents an interesting architectural entity, representative of the traditional Valaisan village with its wooden and stone houses, its barns, stables and granaries. The houses were grouped together to preserve a maximum amount of land for agriculture. The cereal fields and meadows benefiting from maximum sunshine were highly sought after.
Even today, around the houses scorched by the sun, cows, goats, horses and sheep graze on ancient cereal fields.
The Ermitage guest house and restaurant, a completely renovated building dating back to 1823, offers you the opportunity to spend a night or to taste local products in an incredible out-of-time setting.
- On-site catering