The hamlet of Verrey, with its large centuries-old wooden buildings and its breathtaking view, leaves no visitor indifferent.
With such a setting, it is easy to plunge into a past, not so far away and yet so different from today's hectic lives. Don't be surprised if you encounter a goat or sheep, a cow or a donkey as you pass by a barn.
Anne, one of the last inhabitants of the hamlet who still lives here, welcomes you with pleasure and gladly shares her little piece of paradise with an anecdote or a piece of homemade pie.
During the summer, she proposes a small but mouth-watering menu where local products are honoured: crêpes, steak tartare, cheese fondue, craft beers, local wine, craft ice creams, etc...
If you book in the evening, you can also enjoy a raclette while admiring the magnificent sunset.
The café also sells products from the Vernettaz farm, located just a few hundred metres away: cheese, serac, sausages, etc.
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Panorama / belvedere