Hotel Pfösl, Deutschnofen / South Tyrol
Surrounded by the majestic mountain backdrop of the Dolomites, Hotel Pfösl is situated on a sunny high plateau at just under 1’400 metres altitude – a newly interpreted architectural gem with tradition. The outer facade has been inspired by the colour and material of the listed Stadel (barn) from the former Pfösl farm, which complements the overall appearance like a mirror.
Sustainability, regionality and the experience of nature run like a thread through all sectors of the hotel, which was opened in 2017 following extensive conversion work. In the nature suites and exclusive forest chalets fitted with Alpine pine, you do not only get a wonderful night’s sleep but your eyes can rest in the reduced Alpine design. In the naturaspa you can disappear from daily life in the 25 metre long Infinity-Sole-Pool and the Kneipp path revitalises tired hiking feet. Both hosts maintain ancestral traditions in the garden – for example with old tree and rose varieties or carefully cultivated medicinal herb beds. Regional products are also favoured for use in the kitchen. In line with the motto “tasty and healthy“, the chef creates Alpine-Mediterranean dishes with a high degree of tradition. You can bake bread yourself in the over 300 year-old stone oven.
Surrounded by 35 hectares of meadow and forest, the guest finds a place of tranquillity and strength. The surrounding holiday region, Eggental, is seen as a hiking, biking and climbing paradise.
ADAM Activity tip:
Hiking: Striking massifs such as Sellastock, the highest mountain in the Dolomites – the 3’342 metre high Marmolata – and the well-known Drei Zinnen offer a number of sporting highlights.
Mountain biking: Guided bike tours are available directly from Deutschnofen to the mountain ranges of Rosengarten, Latemar and Karerpass.