... when Romansh was still spoken in the area, a manor house with a castle-like appearance was erected on a hilly promontory overlooking Appiano. Two residential towers were added a little later by the small country noble Eisenbrand von Pasquay and by the Fuchs di Montevolpe family. Following the disappearance of the first family, both towers became the property of Ulrich Fuchs, a respected and wealthy gentleman, who enlarged the structure as a fortress and also had a surrounding wall built.
The magic of sleeping in a castle
Medieval soul, modern comfort
Stroll down the labyrinthine corridors, walk alongside the ivy-clad walls and admire the Mediterranean garden: beyond the battlements of the towers, you will feel the aura of another time. You are swept into the 13th century, a time of love, pain and courage; of the nobility, counts and knights of the time. Succumb to the captivating spell...