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 "Signal" mountain railway
Rosatsch B14 - Arrive, relax and enjoy
The flat is in a very quiet location, next to beautiful meadow fields with a small stream. In the background is the mountain group of the Piz Nair and the Corvatsch, which you have a great view of from the flat. Directly opposite the flat there is a bus stop "Schulhaus" with the lines 1 and 4, furthermore there are hiking possibilities and the access to the cross-country ski run in the direct vicinity. Across the street there is a grocery shop 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, spacious place with Mountain View's from both rooms. Very well equipped with everything you need for a great holiday.
We had a nice time at Anna's - the unit is well equipped and the location in the centre of Saint-Moritz-Bad is very convenient! Loved the view on the mountains and proximity to the lake too!
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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Situated in the middle of the Upper Engadine lake landscape at 1856 m above sea level, St. Moritz is one of the most famous holiday resorts in the world. The exclusive holiday resort impresses with its distinctive cosmopolitan ambience and is always worth a visit with its 322 days of sunshine per year. Originally, St. Moritz became famous for its healing springs, whose existence can be traced back up to 3000 years. With a healthy mixture of nature, culture, sports, business and tranquillity, the birthplace of alpine winter tourism leaves nothing to be desired.