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The Auberge de l'Echaugette is located in the heart of the Vauban citadel in the Hautes Alpes region. The inn offers free Wi-Fi access and a traditional restaurant offering regional cuisine. The location of this traditionally run hotel is unique- perched on precipitous cliffs in the middle of a UNESCO world heritage site - a 17th century fort that feels like a "Game of Thrones" set especially when you arrive via the back entrance.
Located in Mont-Dauphin, Le Pavillon des Officiers offers self-catering accommodations. Guests have use of a shared garden and a patio with mountain views. The Room was very spacious and clean. The location is very calm, there a a few nice restaurants and bars close by. Its a pleasant place to base yourself
L'Auberge d'Eygliers is located in Eygliers, part of the Queyras Regional Nature Park, and on the edge of the Ecrins Regional Nature Park. The housekeeper who helped me carry my luggage upon check-out was very kind, as was the guy who helped me store my bike (he was the only one speaking a decent English, too!)
At the foot of Montdauphin Fort, Hôtel Lacour is located only 164 feet from Montdauphin-Guillestre Train Station. Room, location, bar and restaurant. Breakfast was very nice, with a good choice. This is an ideal location to explore, the often overlooked, National Park Queyras. For those without their own transport the railway station is a short walk.
Mont Dauphin was so much fun to climb all over and explore. The views of the alps and a very deep canyon were on all sides. Don't miss the unlocked tunnel door on the south east side of the outer wall. Close to multiple mountain passes, grocery stores , and bakeries. If you go, try the bakery near the Carrefor in Guillestre - it's amazing! One thing to be aware of - there is not much English spoken in this part of France. We did appreciate the signs in the fort having some English on them!
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The location of this traditionally run hotel is unique- perched on precipitous cliffs in the middle of a UNESCO world heritage site - a 17th century fort that feels like a "Game of Thrones" set especially when you arrive via the back entrance.