Hotel Luzein

Agrotourismus Stapfa St. Antönien

Mongolische Jurte mit Yaks
Agrotourismus Stapfa St. Antönien

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Mongolische Jurte mit Yak


An air of Mongolia in St. Antönien
The agro-tourism business Stapfa is situated on the sunny side at the entry of the wildromantic Valley of Gafien. Family Engel-Barfuss is running the farm with the main focus on dairy farming with fattening up. During summer the milk cows are on the alp. Then you can only meet the ducks, chickens and a few young calves on the premises. The small flock of Yaks is grazing on the meadow nearby. There are different toys and playthings available for the kids, such as a trampoline, sandpit, kick-tractors et cetera. There is a possibility to buy different homemade products directly on the premises. The offer varies accordingly to the season.


Public Transport

With the Rhaetian Railway RhB to Schiers or Küblis and with the Postbus to St. Antönien.


You follow the national highway N 28 to Küblis, then turn off left accross the level crossing to St. Antönien / Luzein / Pany. You follow the mountain road, drive through Pany and after about 5 kilometres you will get to St. Antönien. In St. Antönien you drive on for another kilometre in the direction of Gafien/Partnun. By the bridge you turn right in the direction of Gafien. When you get to the next branch you turn left before the concrete bridge and follow the sign to Stapfa.

Check-in: 2.00 pm (or according to agreement)
Check-out: 10 am (or according to agreement)


In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint.


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