Ferienhaus Vart Sulegl
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The house bears the Romanesque name "Vart Sulegl", which means "On the sunny side". This indicates that the house is located in a place favored by above-average sunshine.
The house was built in 1964 and is modeled on the traditional Prättigau farmhouse. A traditional Prättigau farmhouse is a wooden house and consists of two parts: the main house and the side house. The main house is the actual dwelling house. The side house - attached to the main house - is used as a stable and barn. A covered but open corridor runs along the side house and can be used by people and animals (e.g. to fetch water from the well) without its accessibility being affected by rain or snow.
In the house "Vart Sulegl" this open space is a valuable additional area. It can be used even if it should rain: for eating outside, for playing, as a sitting place, for morning gymnastics!, for assembling the skis and for many other activities more. In front of the house, a flat lawn - with an ever-present mountain panorama - invites you to linger. There you can also play or rest under the parasol. An outdoor chimney and a water connection are also available.
Vart Sulegl" is reached via a small road leading from the village center towards Alp Bova. Distance between the village center and the house is: 1,7 km. Parking lot available. From there a 120m long footpath leads to the house. (GPS: Maiensäss 175, Pany or 40° 55' 59.6" / 9° 45' 44.8") Check-in: 15.00 o'clock or by arrangement Check-out: 10.00 o'clock or by arrangement Apartment move-in and key: The house is open on arrival. The key hangs inside (by the inner door). On departure the house remains open unless otherwise agreed with the key holder.
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