The picturesque villages of the Engadin are known for their palatial houses built by old local families and elegant sanatoria now converted to fine hotels: both comprise this tour’s “Living Palaces”, alongside world-class historical sights.
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In 1883, Rudolf von Salis-Muralt commissioned the famous architect Nicolaus Hartmann to transform this 1590 farmhouse into a stately patrician villa. Since 1982, the Chesa Salis has been a hotel with the charm of a private home. Meter thick walls radiate warmth and aristocratic generosity. 18 comfortable guest rooms bear witness of old-world craftsmanship. In the comfortable lounges, guests enjoy culinary delights and regional specialties.
The long-distance trail leads in three stages through the diverse natural and cultural landscape of the Safien Valley.
The stately guesthouse, at the heart of the idyllic Oberstammheim village, not only appeals to guests because of picturesque surroundings, but also because of its quality catering. Finest seasonal dishes with regional ingredients and a large portion of flair are served in the nostalgic dining rooms. Six simple hotel rooms, romantically furnished, with toilet and shower on the same floor. A guesthouse equipped with horseboxes - and an ideal abode for outings to nearby lakes and the town of Winterthur.