The architecture of the lodges is more than just form, it defines perception and well-being: The mountain world shines through the glass façade, inside, untreated natural wood envelops the residents. The energy of space and material is simply palpable.

The quarter: naturally beautiful.

Lodge Maisonette

Living and sleeping on two levels. Our maisonette has the homely feel of a Tiny House: sheltered and protected in the sleeping area, but light and spacious in the front. The natural materials have a balmy effect, and the up to seven-meter-high rooms provide true luxury.

1- 3 persons
first floor and attic
Upper floor of a wooden-walled maisonette lodge, featuring a hammock, armchair, stool, and a backdrop of a spacious window.

Lodge Mountain View

Expanse and security in one: the generous glass facade brings the mountains into the living area, under high ceilings life seems light and easy. All the wood and natural materials noticeably enhance the sense of well-being.

1- 4 persons
on the ground floor
Detail view into one of the bedrooms of the lodge maisonette. The freshly made bed is facing a large window, which offers a view of the mountains. In front of the window is a comfortable armchair and a floor lamp.

Holiday Flat Old Villa

Classic, but by no means traditional: The apartment in the attic of the Old Villa has a modern and clear feel. Nothing is distracting: The only thing hanging in the skylights is the mountain world, light washes around the eat-in kitchen. Because of the bunk bed an ideal retreat for families.

1- 4 persons
in the attic of the Old Villa
Room view with sloping roof and two skylights, in the foreground is a wooden table with four chairs, behind it is a sofa with side table.

Special Qualities


A new kind of accommodation: discover the special qualities of the quarter for an unforgettable stay.

Detail view of a vase filled with flowers, placed beside a book on a coffee table. A spacious window frames a natural view in the background.