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Palm trees & cypresses

users 2 bed 2 bath 1

Price from € 155  per room 

The grandeur of yesterday, the style of today. A country house in the Meranese style, preserved, maintained, and revitalized in the same family since the 1830s. A very special place

It's not a hotel in the classical sense. This country house, designed with aesthetic sensibility, is located near the town center of Meran. Everything is furnished and arranged in genuine Meranese style, with hosts who care for their guests individually. Situated in a tranquil location on the city’s Via Verdi with its beautiful lime trees, this traditional guesthouse offers peace, relaxation, and comfort. Whether you're in one of the 11 rooms with its exquisite antique family furniture, in the light and airy breakfast room, in the historic orangery, or in the large Mediterranean garden, you never really have the feeling of being in a hotel. It's more like a family home, one that was revitalized after a two-year renovation, determined by the family themselves. It is a place where the old and the grand meet the unconventional and the new. It truly is a little gem this is an idyllic, cozy refuge nestled in beautiful Mediterranean gardens with cypresses, citrus trees, palms, and oleanders. 


11 Rooms

There are no standard rooms, and no furniture straight out of the catalog: each item in the nine individually furnished rooms has been chosen with awareness, care, and passion.



Just to make sure, you understand the importance of this detail: Breakfast is heaven on earth in this lovely gem and we can just recommend sitting in this lovely garden and enjoying a perfect start to the day. They are big supporters of the slow food movement and therefore only use local ingredients when preparing breakfast.



Every Tuesday and Thursday night, they offer a seated dinner for all guests (“Tavolata”) prepared by their chef. Antipasti, a main course anddessert. Very charming and highly recommended. On the other days, you can order small dishes between 12 and 6 p.m.

*"Tavolata" is an Italian word that translates to "table" or "dining table" in English. It often refers to a communal or large dining table where people gather to eat together, emphasizing the social and convivial aspect of dining.


The Location

There is a lot to do, see and experience:

Merano Thermal Baths (Terme Merano): Relax and rejuvenate in the renowned thermal baths, featuring indoor and outdoor pools, saunas, and wellness treatments.

Trauttmansdorff Castle and Gardens: Explore the beautiful botanical gardens and the historical Trauttmansdorff Castle, home to a museum and events.

Kurhaus Merano: Visit this iconic building hosting concerts, exhibitions, and cultural events, set amidst the Kurpromenade.

Tappeiner Promenade: Enjoy a scenic walk along this beautiful promenade offering stunning views of Merano and the surrounding mountains.

Hiking and Nature Walks: Merano is surrounded by picturesque mountains offering a range of hiking trails and nature walks. The Merano High Mountain Trail is a popular choice.

Mountain Biking: Discover the stunning landscapes around Merano on a mountain bike. There are various biking trails for different levels of experience.

Merano 2000: A ski and hiking area accessible by a cable car offering both winter sports in the snowy season and hiking trails in the summer.

Passeier Valley: Explore the nearby Passeier Valley, offering scenic landscapes, traditional villages, and outdoor activities like hiking and skiing.

Eurac Research: For those interested in culture and history, visit Eurac Research, an institute focusing on Alpine regions, culture, and minority languages.

Food and Wine Tasting: Merano is known for its delicious South Tyrolean cuisine. Enjoy local specialties and wine at traditional restaurants and wineries.

Merano Christmas Market: If visiting during the winter season, experience the magical Merano Christmas Market with festive decorations, local crafts, and delicious treats.

Adige Cycle Path: Take a bike ride along the Adige Cycle Path, a scenic route that follows the Adige River.

Ötzi Archaeological Museum: Visit this museum in Bolzano to learn about Ötzi, the iceman, a well-preserved natural mummy from about 3,300 BC.

Day Trips: Consider day trips to nearby attractions like Bolzano, Trento, Lake Garda, or the Stelvio National Park.


Nearest airport 

Bolzano Airport [30 min]