Up on our mountainside spring pasture today, there’s no longer any trace of the tough working life once lived here. In the past, this was an intermediate stop before farmers drove their cattle further up the mountain to the summer pastures. Now tastefully renovated, the five-bed lodge provides the comfort of a small chalet in completely tranquil surroundings. From its vantage point above Bartholomäberg, the oldest village in the Montafon Valley, it offers a legendary panorama that, by 1878, was already attracting Swiss sketchers, who had no shortage of mountains back home.
The impact of this setting has not diminished to this day. With views across to the glaciers and ridges of the Silvretta Alps, taking in the mountainous peaks of the Mittagsspitze, Zimba and distant Schesaplana all the way to the Swiss border, this panoramic backdrop extends so far that it’s impossible to tire of it. The comfortable loungers out on the flat mountain meadow in front of the lodge and an evening fire in the wood-burning stove – everything’s in place for a romantic trip to the mountains. Is there any greater luxury than a simple life surrounded by beauty?
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