Swiss remote luxury
Posted Sep 20, 2015 on Hotels
This is a gem amongst traditional alpine lodges in the area, and a world away from the chaos of Davos centre. Traditional wood features throughout, lovely big and warm rooms, with a friendly atmosphere backed by historical photos showing the history of the property and area.
There is a free sauna and relaxation area too out the back, which is very welcome after a hard days exploring or on the slopes!
We didn't eat here other than breakfast, but this was sensational with a brilliant selection of local ham, cheese, and some of the best jams ever.
5 minutes from the hotel through the village are some lovely walking tracks through the woodland and out into pure Alpine nature - the flip side is you probably do need a car to stay here otherwise you might be a bit isolated!
Hope to be back soon!