A swiss idyll straight out of a picture book: In the Chesa Wazzau, an Engadine house dating to the 17th Century, you will feel like you’ve stepped a few centuries back in time. The house has been renovated in a way that preserves the original character. Vaulted ceilings, windows set deep into the walls, typical graffiti-decorations and antique furniture reawaken its old-time charm. With the addition of today’s comforts, such as floor heating in the kitchen and bathroom.
Chesa Wazzau can accommodate up to 12 people who want to spend a holiday in the beautiful Upper Engadine. Excursions are plentiful: The tranquil village of Bever is surrounded by beautiful countryside and St. Moritz is just a short drive away.
What to do
Trips to St. Moritz, skiing, horse-drawn carriage and toboggan rides, hiking, swimming, mineral bath
Why we like this house
A Swiss juwel that combines the charm of the past with modern comforts.
This house is great for
Holidays with family and friends, groups.
Details of the property
Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Engadin, Bever
Name: Chesa Wazzau
Scenery: mountain village in the Swiss Alps
Number of guests: up to 12 people
Architecture: Listed building - old, Historical
Completed: originally built 1630, renovation and remodeling 2001
Design: Nora Küenzi, dipl. Architektin AAM / SIA
Published: NZZ Online 27. Januar 2012, Landidee Wohnen& Deko, Annabelle 23. November 2010