The "Glaagut" was first mentioned in a document in 1377, but it is very likely that the history of the house goes back to the end of the 12th century. Meter thick foundation walls made of pure stone and centuries old wood, cut in coordination with the moon phase, are the coat, that gives this house its incomparable charme. Inside you can find bright wood, a lot of light and spacious rooms. Within the past few years the building was renovated very carefully, without taking away its character. On the upper floors you can find the "Schlafstuben" (dialect for bedrooms), on the ground floor the "Stube" (living room), the "Kuchi" (kitchen), a toilet and a utility room. All renovations were done modestly and skillfully - unobtrusive but all the same visible. Wherever possible, the old building fabric was preserved and fondly refurbished, high-quality furniture merges with beautiful details - all together a harmonious combination.
from € 300,00per unit/night (2 People)