Conveniently located across from the train station, this family-owned and -run property comprised of three buildings with south-facing balconies is rustic yet comfortable. Interiors are delightfully decorated, drawing on the valley's farming heritage—think leather sofas, cowhide chairs, and carved wood throughout the lobby. Guest rooms have canopy beds decorated with country plaids and ginghams and hints of sweet-smelling Arvenholz pine furniture. The cozy lobby and
communal library offer plenty of space for relaxation with a cup of heisse schoggi (hot chocolate) or an après-hike beer. Two restaurants—the Grischunstübli and the Bündnerstube, both well-known in the area—round out the offerings.