When we were children, we used to run barefoot through the meadows and woods. We loved to play in the high grass and kick around the pine cones. Our mother made us herbal tea, but as kids we didn't exactly appreciate its taste. These childhood memories - and this magical spot - have stayed with us forever.
Our goal was to create a place where we could share our past with people from all over the world. Since 2017, we've been thrilled to be a Michelin two-star restaurant. Our restaurant is the highest-lying Michelin-starred restaurant in all of Italy, with cuisine that is both modern and organic.
Three heads, three characters, one shared dream. We three are hosts with heart and soul. Gisela, the soul of the house, can be found at the reception, in the service and in the wine cellar. Heinrich is the artist in the kitchen and constantly fiddles with new creations. Karl is responsible for the marketing, but he can also give you valuable suggestions and will gladly sit down with you for a little chat. So this is how a visit to our small house, with only 10 rooms, feels like. Where you can chat with your hosts, but also where you can just be when you are looking for peace and quiet.
Our hotel has just ten rooms, each designed with a unique personal style that is sure to make you feel at home. We love being a hotspot for gourmets, connoisseurs, wine lovers, individualists, explorers, and those who are eager to discover new things. Our guests come for a break in the middle of nature, to indulge in our culinary offerings and our way of life up here in the mountains.
Guests can enjoy our small and cozy wellness area, which features an herbal steam bath, a Finnish sauna, and a natural hay bath. On the top floor, our jacuzzi beckons you to step in and unwind. Enveloped by the warm and bubbly water, your gaze is bound to roam over the treetops and into the enchanting world of the Dolomites.
Our massages and treatments, also inspired by the unique mountainous surroundings of South Tyrol, incorporate aromatic mountain pine from Sarentino Valley, invigorating silver quartzite from Val di Vizze, and the purest of glacier water from Senales Valley.