Sta Maria Val Müstair
Chasa de Capol Knight's House
Five-hundred-year-old knight's house with a thousand-year-old wine cellar. For centuries, the Counts de Capol and former provost of the monastery of St. Johann Müstair (UNESCO World Heritage Site in the neighbouring village) were seated. Living monument. Here the hospitality is paid homage, as Maximilian I Rex, prince-bishops, hemlocks and some knights once enjoyed with their minions: at the feast from the wood stove from the "castle kitchen" in the knight's hall or in the Stüva, at the informal meeting at the bar "Marco Polo" at the Cheminée, at a cozy hock in the Fugger-Kabinett, at a rustic meal in the Junkernvault, or to a rustic meal in the junkerngewölbe, or to sleep in a rustic room. The restaurant in the cosy hotel park invites you to linger for a lunch or dinner in the evening, but also for a marend or a snack. A stylish Davidoff Lounge has been set up for guests who enjoy the culture of smoking. The house theatre "Scena Capol" awaits in due time with attractive events. The inventory also includes a legendary Steinway wing. In the in-house winery, home-made wines from South Tyrol mature in wooden barrels, which are also offered for sale.
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