Between tradition and modernity

Between tradition and modernity

The region around Nendaz has managed to preserve its traditional heritage while also offering guests all modern holiday facilities.more

Türmlihus B&B

Türmlihus B&B

Located in a tranquil little mountain village, this B & B has four comfortable guest rooms individually decorated by color. Secluded places to sit...more

Restaurant Obstgarten, Oberlangenhard

Restaurant...

Special Commendation 1999: The Restaurant Obstgarten in Oberlangenhard...more

Medieval small town

Medieval small town

Rapperswil, the Riviera of upper Lake Zürich, promises its visitors...more

Between tradition and modernity

The region around Nendaz has managed to preserve its traditional heritage while also offering guests all modern holiday facilities.

The region around Nendaz has managed to preserve its traditional heritage while also offering guests all modern holiday facilities. The area is full of fascinating reminders of a rich past.

Türmlihus B&B

Located in a tranquil little mountain village, this B & B has four comfortable guest rooms individually decorated by color. Secluded places to sit back and relax around the house.

Located in a tranquil little mountain village, this B & B has four comfortable guest rooms individually decorated by color. Secluded places to sit back and relax around the house. Generous breakfasts include tasty homemade specialties and, depending on the weather, breakfast is served in the garden alcove or in the wood-paneled parlor. An ideal location for skiing, hiking, biking at solely 20 to 30 minutes from Chur, Davos and Klosters by car. Free Wi-Fi.

Restaurant Obstgarten, Oberlangenhard

Special Commendation 1999: The Restaurant Obstgarten in Oberlangenhard was established in a well-maintained timber-frame construction deriving from the 18th century. In 1974, the building was stripped to reveal its original timber framing.

Special Commendation 1999: The Restaurant Obstgarten in Oberlangenhard was established in a well-maintained timber-frame construction deriving from the 18th century. In 1974, the building was stripped to reveal its original timber framing. The fine guest lounge still dates principally from the 19th century.

Medieval small town

Rapperswil, the Riviera of upper Lake Zürich, promises its visitors southern charm.

Rapperswil, the Riviera of upper Lake Zürich, promises its visitors southern charm. The small, quaint alleys in the medieval old part of town invite visitors to take a stroll or do window shopping. The Rapperswil castle is perched high upon a hill and contains a Polish museum.