The Jup house - the Stonehenge of the Alps
Dating back to the 15th century, the wooden house with its historic architecture, detailed Walser woodwork and its rustic charme was abandoned for a long time. Built on stone walls, that have seen a lot.
"Jup" – Josef Weissenbach – was the last mountain farmer, who took care of the house and the property, like generations before him. He lived alone in this house for over 30 years and was known as a stubborn, grim hermit. But he also had a good sense of humor and especially had a weak spot for children. He also always smoked a pipe. Jup and his pipe simply belonged together.
The house was carefully renovated and equipped with all conveniences, so the story can continue to be writte - with all the respect for the stock, the place and its surroundings. Craftsmanship, traditions, modern design and luxury are skillfully combined, creating spaces full of narrative power that bridge the gap between yesterday and today.
The perfect place to forget about time!
The JUP is perfect for anyone looking for a spacious retreat surrounded by nature with lots of atmosphere . A former mountain farm that perfectly combines history and modernity as a holiday home.
The JUP has been completely renovated and redesigned into a unique and exclusive holiday retreat - a luxury boutique chalet. It offers everything you need for a relaxing holiday - and probably beyond.