Are you looking for total relaxation, adrenaline-charged mountain experiences with beautiful views or a culinary experience? Then we would like to welcome you to Holiweek.ch in the Puschlavertal in the Grisons. In the rustic-modern vacation homes for two to eight people you can escape from your daily work routine and enjoy pure nature.
House Nicola offers an optimal combination of rustic and modern for groups of up to eight people. The house has a large, newly renovated kitchen, a cozy living room and four bedrooms, a bathroom and two toilets. The direct view to the mountains makes this house something unique.
The house Beni is with its combination of rustic charm and its wonderful view into the Puschlavertal, a house to fall in love with. It is suitable for a maximum of 8 persons and has a kitchen, a charming living room, four bedrooms as well as a large bathroom and a smaller toilet.
The house La Presa with its secluded location is optimal to completely switch off. The view of the Lago di Poschiavo, as well as San Romerio are breathtaking. La Presa consists of two house parts and is suitable for a maximum of 4 people. The property has a kitchen, a stone pine living room, two bedrooms as well as a bathroom and a smaller toilet.
The newly remodeled first floor apartment is an optimal accommodation to stay in the Puschlavertal in the village center. The apartment, furnished up to a maximum of 4 people, is very spacious and offers many opportunities for relaxation. You can enjoy the private garden for a barbecue.
Mountain house at 1'250 m above sea level, directly above the village center of Poschiavo with a fantastic view. 40 min. from Upper Engadine (St. Moritz-Pontresina), 20 min. from Valtellina (wine production) and 30 min. from Livigno (duty free zone), Bernina railroad Unesco world heritage is reachable in 10 min.
The natural and cultural landscape of the Val Puschlaver valley extends for about 25 km as the crow flies from the ice giants of the Bernina chain, to the glacial mills in Cavaglia, to the chestnut trees in Brusio, and down to the vineyards of Valtellina. This unique combination of Swiss and Italian mentality hides a multitude of lakes, side valleys and pretty villages with interesting cultural monuments. Also the typical Maiensässer and hamlets are characteristic for the Puschlavertal.
We are a family with two children who are very connected to this valley because I grew up here. Today we live in Central Switzerland, although we return almost every weekend to recover from the stress of everyday life.