The Lungta proposes rooms inclusive of breakfast.

For meals you are welcome to join our host table. We cook vegetarian food, using mainly local and seasonal organic products.

The centre is smoke and alcohol free.

2014 Prices:

single room  CHF 60.-

double room CHF 42.50.-

children (3-12) CHF 25.-

evening meal CHF 20.- (2 dishes)

children meal (2-12) CHF 2.- per year

Prices per person, per night, breakfast & taxes included. An extra 10.- CHF/room,  will be charge for a single night occupation.


11 Responses to “The Guest Rooms”

  1. 1 justino March 22, 2011 at 11:21 am

    I would be heading to ticino and from 1st of may to the 3rd of may. i would like to enqiure whether there is any room for 4 people during this time. also it would be good to have dircetions from the verzasca dam to the accomodation.
    Thanks and hope to hear good news

    • 2 centrolungta March 22, 2011 at 1:08 pm

      Hi Justino,
      you are lucky, we have two rooms free for 4 people during this period. From the dam you can take the bus or walk, it is about 5 km maybe a little less. For both it is better to walk a little first, you have to cross the dam and take the small path at the other end. This path bring you to the road to go to Mergoscia. A little before the tunnel there is the bus station “Diga Verzasca”. You can go here to find the timetable: then you write from “Diga Verzasca” to “Mergoscia Posta”. The bus will bring you to the centre of Mergoscia, from there you can follow the indication for Centro Lungta. If you prefer to walk, you don’t need to take the tunnel but can walk on the old street, it is a little longer but so much nicer! you can then follow the street or try to explore small stairs. Just be aware that you have to go in the direction from the place of the village first. If you would like to make the reservation please send me an email with your adress and tel number. Thank you. Warm regards, julie

  2. 3 Mardi & Franziska April 20, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Fantastic location, site and hospitality. Clearly the welcomes are leanrt from a young age by the parents! Very peaceful and welcoming hosts and family. We would happlily stay again…Italian, French, Tibet fusion…outstanding. Thanks for hosting us….the children were a delight 🙂

  3. 4 Purdy August 23, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    Hi, I would like to book a double room for 2 nights from the 1st of September to the 3rd of September. Should you have no vacancies please could you give me the address of a B&B in your area? I look forward to hearing from you soon. Warm regards, Purdy

  4. 6 Malene Raun April 8, 2016 at 8:29 am

    Hi. We are a family of three, my husband, Pablo, our daughter, Nina (2yrs) and myself, Malene. We are interested in staying with you during the summer, most likely mid-August and for a week. Can you please let me know if there would be a room available for us? Kind regards, Malene

    • 7 centrolungta April 9, 2016 at 4:45 pm

      dear Malene,
      yes we will have possibilities in the summer! maybe you tell us what are your best dates and we look if this is maybe possible?
      with warmest regards julie

      • 8 Malene Raun May 13, 2016 at 12:34 pm

        Dear Julie, I didn’t see your response till now. Our schedule is quite open, however we were thinking to come around Aug 15 – Aug 20/22. How is the availability around those dates? Also, is it easy to get around without a car? Thank you, Malene

      • 9 Aquatic Poetry May 19, 2016 at 6:53 am

        As an extension to my previous message, we’ll also be able to come from Aug 11-17 if there is availability? Have a nice day, Malene

      • 10 centrolungta May 26, 2016 at 6:49 pm

        dear Malene, we will have a teaching from August the 14th to the 19th, in this period the rooms are not free. after the 19th it is ok! i don’t know if this can suit your plans?
        with warmest greetings

      • 11 Aquatic Poetry June 20, 2016 at 5:22 pm

        Dear Julie, I think it will be a bit too late for us to come around the 19th. If not this time, then we wold love to come sometime in the fall. I will get back to you then. Have a lovely summer, Malene

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