This lush green valley, immersed in almost uninterrupted sunlight, will seduce you. On one side, a path running alongside a stream rises up to a tiny church with frescos, a gem from the 1500. All around is grassy hillsides, edelweiss flowers, maso buildings, barns and farmhouses. Chesa Pool lies right here. “Chesa” means house and in Romanic it is a typical name for a venerable, old Engadine house. These houses were mostly built as farmhouses with living quarters. Today this converted Engadine house constitutes the main building of the Chesa Pool. Its kitchen is an exquisite light expression of the Engadine tradition. Ask for the “Mosques” room for the real mountain fairytale.