Rosatch B14

3 1/2 room apartment, for up to 4 persons,

In the quiet district of St. Moritz, Champfér

Opposite a bus stop and a grocery store

2 minutes by car to the cable car "Signal

 

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Rosatsch B14 - Arrive, relax and enjoy

The apartment is situated very quietly, next to beautiful meadow fields with a small stream. In the background there is the mountain group of Piz Nair and Corvatsch, which you have a great view from the apartment. Directly opposite the apartment there is a bus stop "Schulhaus" with the bus lines 1 and 4, furthermore there are hiking possibilities and the access to the cross-country skiing track in the direct vicinity. On the other side of the street there is a grocery store with fresh baked goods and a small café.

Everything at a glance

Champfér, district of St. Moritz

3 1/2 room apartment, 82 sqm

2 - 6 persons + cot

1st floor, elevator available

1 living and dining room

2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, balcony

Kitchen and living room

Wiress LAN free of charge

Extras: Access to the indoor pool and sauna

Inquiry apartment B14 without obligation

What our guests say about the B14

      Great location. We really enjoyed our stay!

    thumb Tuuli
    3/10/2020

More details about the apartment

CH-7512 Champfér, Via Gunels 10
Holiday apartment B14

1 television set

Cleaning and hygiene articles available for the first days

Bed linen, towels and kitchen linen available

Ski and bike room

washing machine and dryer in the house

1 car parking space in front of the house included

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