ED Ref. 1558046
Holidays in the monument combines heritage preservation and tourism. Historically valuable Bauzeugen be taken, gently renovated and rented as apartments. The model allows a double win: The monuments received a new future and the holiday guests experience a stay in an exceptional building. The idea is realized by the foundation Ferien im Baudenkmal (FiB), which was founded in 2005 by the Swiss Heritage Society.
Parking: The public car park is about 150m from the house (above the village). The parking is free, not covered. The access to the house is guaranteed. The luggage or purchases can be unloaded in front of the house.
Public transport: The bus stop is 20 meters away.
Number of persons 4: There is a cot (up to 2 years) available. The house sleeps four guests (plus baby). From the common staircase (with the apartment above) go out each door to the living room, the kitchen and the bathroom with shower and toilet. Through the kitchen, a small staircase leads you to the back living area, where you can access the two double bedrooms through a corridor. From the back hall there is another door which leads to the side street, from where you reach the exterior of the Türalihus (adjoining barn with courtyard).
Garden: In the barn next to the Türalihus there is a small courtyard that can be used as an outdoor seating area. This seat is shared with the guests of the apartment above.
WLAN: Does not exist. You are welcome to use the Wi-Fi at the Gasthaus am Brunnen. Please ask at the inn for the password.
Open: The house can be rented all year round.
Pets: Pets are allowed on request.
Altitude: 820 m.
TÜRALIHUS - Baroque town house with a striking stair tower
History & Information
The Türalihus is one of several stately townhouses in Valendas. The oldest part dates from the 1485th In later phases of construction to the north has been extended, increased and grown a stair tower, which still gives the house its name. The smaller apartment is on the first floor. Against the street side there is a room with floral motifs and a massive tower furnace. The room layout was retained and flooring, paneling, paintings and the ovens have been carefully restored. The kitchen has been updated with modern facilities while retaining the old hearth and also installed a bathroom. The two sleeping chambers are located in the former storerooms behind the house.
responsible for the renovation were the architects Ilanzer Capaul & Blumenthal. It was necessary to preserve the original structure and the unique character of the house: worn stone steps, blackened bodies in the old kitchen, painted paneling and stoves in the rooms still bear witness to the builder time. The restoration work was followed by a strictly conservative approach and can be tagged with "courage to fragment" rewrite. The modern fittings in kitchens and bathrooms and the contemporary furnishing prove how well old and new can be combined.
After removal of a crumbling coarse broom throwing plaster from the 20th Jh. Came fragments from five different versions from the period 1465-1775 to the fore, which illustrate the complex construction of this house in an impressive way. Maintaining the juxtaposition of different staggered versions became the guiding principle of the facade restoration carried out between 2010 and 2012.
The Türalihus is a monument that has been renovated with great respect for the existing substance. The tenant is aware of and meets the object with care. Furthermore, although technologically equipped contemporary, do not comply with certain functional details now common standards and pose a possible safety hazard. These circumstances are known to the tenant. The owner, e-domizil and the foundation Ferien im Baudenkmal disclaim all liability.