In his novel "The Magic Mountain", Thomas Mann invented the Berghof, a mountain retreat. The place never actually existed in Davos. Until now.
The tiny Walser village of Sertig lies in the ancient valley of the same name at 1,860 m altitude, with the Sertigbach stream flowing through it. Like all the Davos tributary valleys, Sertig is a typical glacial valley. In the mid-13th century, the Walsers migrated to Davos and thereby also to Sertig. In 1699 they built their own church, a simple white mountain church with a pointed steeple, which has been a listed building since 1942. In summer, the Sertig Valley is ideal for hiking or cycling. In winter it is a popular destination for skiers and ice climbers.
Chalet Berghof is spacious and comfortable holiday chalet with a great deal of passion and an eye for detail. Whether you are looking to share some romantic moments, planning a journey with the whole family or a business trip - alpine ambience, stylish interior design and contemporary luxury make for a magical place to spend your holidays close to nature.
The Chalet Berghof consists of three buildings – the “House“, the “Cote“ and a connection, the former “goods shed”, in between. Both buildings can accommodate eight adults and at least three more children.
Berghof House offers in the ground floor a grand living-room with a central open chimney, a corner bench, couch and TV as well as a fully equipped kitchen. Warm spruce wood and natural stone are embedded in a luxury, rustic-alpine style. The first floor includes two bedrooms with cosy double beds and two bathrooms with shower each. One bedroom has a balcony.
Berghof Cote offers in the ground floor two big bedrooms with cosy double beds as well as one additional sofa bed for an extra person. Both rooms are connected with bathrooms including shower and bath tub each. On the first floor, the former house cote, you will get to enjoy a grand loft including the living area, dining room, chimney and TV as well as a fully equipped kitchen, a balcony and terrace. The whole building is heated with geothermal heat.