This holiday home with lots charm offers the most possible comfort on 130 m2 thanks to the spacious, open construction - renovated & furnished in July 2010 (that is why there are no winter photos). Ideal for families with children, because hardly any traffic, lots of animals in the village, kiddie pool + children's furniture & toys available.
Enjoy a romantic bath by candlelight in the whirlpool!
Large living/dining room on the ground floor. The wood-dining table can be pulled out & is ideal for up to 8 people.
It is particularly cosy when the fire is burning in the oven or fireplace (firewood available).
It is absolutely peaceful here, you only hear the nature! From the parking spot below on the slope, you have to go up 66 steps)
The village of Stierva has 180 residents (Rhaeto Romanic & German is spoken) & is somewhat far from the large tourism centres & their stress. In the forest, not far from the house, you will find a playground for children & a ski lift for them as well.
Skiing in Savognin (10 km from Stierva): 80 slope km for all levels!
The ski region of Savognin is on a transit route in the heart of the Tales Surses or between Tiefencastel and Julier/Septimerpass in beautiful Graubünden. 13700 ski and snowboard lovers can be transported up the mountain per hour through 7 lifts and 3 cable cars. The chair lifts come from 3 sections of the valley (1200 m) up to the 2670 m high Piz Martegnas. This is really a great ski mountain. From the summit, you can have a stunning view of the skiing area under the Piz Cartas (2713 m). Altogether, the region has 80 slope km, from which 10 km are difficult, 37 km are medium and 33 km are easy. The ski region can be reached by car in about 15 min (through Mon or Tiefencastel).
Skiing in Lenzerheide: Powder snow and sunshine are not rare!
The Lenzerheide ski region is an upper valley, embedded between the mountain chains of Stätzerhorn and the Piz Scalottas. It is a passage - on its north-south axis are the cities of Parpan, Valbella and Lenzerheide. On the east and west side of this axis are the descents of the ski region. The valley is at approx. 1500m above sea level, the only summit can be reached just under 3000 m (Rothorn 2980m, Stätzerhorn 2575m). It is possible to enter the winter sport region at multiple points. By sunshine (not rare here!) it is worth beginning on the west side in the morning, so between Stätzerhorn and the Piz Scalottas, in order to enjoy the early sun. Altogether, the region has 155 slope km, from which 19 km are difficult, 64 km are medium and 72 km are easy. Altogether 39 lifts transport the skiers and snowboarders uphill.