B&B Huus Wildrose
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Nestled in the mountain landscape with a wonderful view of the surrounding mountain ranges of the Prättigau, the Huus Wildrose stands at an altitude of 1000m. The original Walser house is about 200-300 years old. With a lot of passion it has been completely renovated with care to preserve the original charm. The tiled stove in the parlour room and a garden seating area invite you to linger.
The rooms are all furnished with love and care. The old farmhouse cupboards, the tables and chairs are finds from the old Walser house which have been carefully restored. Creaking original wooden floors and carefully prepared wooden walls ensure a comfortable and cosy indoor climate. The beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and the fresh air make for a relaxing stay.
Cuisine: Interesting, creative and delicious vegetarian cuisine. For groups, meat can also be cooked on request and on request. Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi is available between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Parking spaces: Directly in front of the house sufficient and free of charge, one parking space is available per room.
By car: Coming from Chur, Zurich, St. Gallen, exit the motorway at Landquart and take the expressway towards Davos. After a short journey, after the Klus tunnel, take the Valzeina exit. Immediately after the exit, the road leads into valzeinertal. After about 7 km you will come to the wine-red Huus Wildrose.
By train: To Landquart station. Change to the RhB Rätische Bahn in the direction of Davos, get off at Bahnhof Grüsch to take the Postbus from there to Valzeina. Or you can catch the direct bus Landquart Valzeina. Please pay attention to the timetable, the courses do not run very regularly. On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, the Postbus only runs on request. It must be ordered at least 1 hour before departure under number: +41 79 218 27 25.
Check-in: from 15.00 (or by appointment)
Check-out: until 11.00 (or by appointment)
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