Chesa Wazzau in the centre of the old village of Bever is an original Engadine house from the 17th century surrounded by a beautiful garden. Ten rooms covering 275 square metres over three floors provide space for up to twelve guests. Tasteful, careful renovations have turned Chesa Wazzau into a rare treasure: the kitchen, corridor and bathrooms have granite floors and the bathroom and kitchen have underfloor heating. The ground floor has two living rooms, a spacious kitchen with a vaulted ceiling, a large bathroom with a vaulted ceiling, a single bedroom and a large entrance room where a big group can happily relax together. The accommodation on the two upper floors consists of five bedrooms and one small bathroom.