Special Commendation 2000: The guesthouse «Rössli» in Mogelsberg, a model village when it comes to retaining its ancient structure, was constructed after 1785 either by Johann Ulrich or Johann Jakob Haltiner to a commission from Johann Georg Lenggenhager. The imposing log cabin style construction, faced with shingle, has a completely preserved exterior including impressive rows of windows encircling the three main storeys as well as a curb roof with four curving gables pointing in all four directions of the compass.
Family run 1887 built hotel managed by the fifth generation. Cosy 3-star comforts and typical Graubünden style, with rooms furnished with many antique objects. 16 well furnished guest rooms along with tasteful restaurant and carefully prepared Bündner dishes and specialities including Put or Capuns. The 3 «Chalets Trafögl» chalets beside the hotel at the edge of the woods also belong to the hotel.