Lower Gugelberg House
origin. 16th c., 1621 house Schnell, 1630 new after fire
The house displays the simple shapes typical of the time, yet it looks stately and is an important space-defining element in this location. Inside there are vaulted rooms and one of the largest vaulted cellars of the “Bündner Herrschaft” (historic name of this region). Both Duke Henri de Rohan (1579-1638) and the pioneer of the women's movement, Hortensia v. Salis, widow of v. Gugelberg (1659-1715) lived in the house.