Like many of the good vintages on its wine list, this historic inn, built in 1677, just keeps getting better: the family-owned and -run hotel neighbors the town's main church and features modern, wood-clad guest rooms, a cozy lounge with fireplace, and a rooftop terrace for relaxing. The Bündner Stuben restaurant serves local wines and focuses on flavorful regional dishes such as Capuns (stuffed chard) and Maluns (potatoes slow-fried in butter); in autumn,
it's all about the game and venison. For a treat, try the walnut ice cream with dried plums marinated in plum brandy. Note that the elevator goes only to the third of the four floors.