We stayed two nights in mid July 2013 in this family-run agriturismo refuge, located in the tiny hamlet of Ponte Maira, towards the upper (western) end of Valle Maira. The place is charming in a rustical manner; the bedroom we had was clean and the bathroom good.
The evening meal is normally a fixed dinner menu, with two options for starter and dessert. The style is typically piemontese, with superb antipasti, incredible "slow food" main course, and perfect desserts. The wine list is fairly small, but we had a fantastic barolo and barbaresco - no complaints at all!
The staff were exceedingly friendly, and helpful in suggesting suitable and beautiful hiking trips within a few minutes drive (try the three-hour trip to Lago Visaisa and Lago d'Apzoi). If we hadn't had a fixed schedule, I would have happily stayed a third night there.
Finally, the price. We spent two nights. The first evening we invited friends to eat with us (i.e., we were four in total), and managed to get through three beers and three excellent bottles of wine, plus a pair of grappas afterwards. The second night was more low key - just us two, and one bottle of wine (plus a beer and grappa, I admit). For thi, plus accommodation and breakfast, we paid 420 euros in total. I would happily have paid 50% more!