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Gasthof Bad Dreikirchen

Summer-resort in South Tyrol: At the Bad Dreikirchen guest house you can go on holiday like in they did in the past. The hotel is located at 1,120 meters above sea level and can only be reached on foot or by taxi jeep. The house from the 14th Century maintains its historical spirit without being old-fashioned. Here, tradition is combined with a dash of modernity. The rooms are basic and simply furnished with old country furniture, but have modern bathrooms that have been carefully integrated into the historical setting. The dining room features stunning wall and ceiling paintings and surprises you with a modern fireplace. The large veranda draws you out with its impressive mountain views, and a swimming pool in the field cools you off after a mountain hike. If the weather won’t cooperate, you can relax in the library or in the music room (with piano).

What to do

Heated pool, hiking, relaxation, enjoying nature. Trips to Klausen with the monastery Säben, to the castle Trostburg or to the cities of Bolzano and Bressanone.

Why we like this house

A house with a history where you can spend your holidays as in the old days.

This house is great for

Nature lovers and hikers


No car needed


Region IT – Italy, South Tyrol, Barbian
Name Gasthof Bad Dreikirchen
Scenery Dolomite Alps
Completed 1928
Design Lazzarini Pickering Architetti, Rom
Published AD Juni 2000, Abitare Januar 2005, Interni März 2009
Specials located 1120m above sea level in a car-free nature reserve. Open from May to October.
Awards Project of restructuring the hotel was selected for exhibition in the Italian pavillon, Venice Architecture Biennale in 2003.
Architecture Listed building - old, Old, Old & new
Accomodation Hotel
Criteria Rooms for 1-4 (hotel), Garden, Hiking, Mountains, Music, Pool, Restaurant, No car needed

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christoph beckmanns sagt:
Bad Dreikirchen - unter der Egide von Matthias Wodenegg - bietet die Erfüllung dessen, was unter einem"Paradies auf Erden" verstanden werden kann. Natürlich ist das stets subjektiv. Für mich ist es ein Paradies auf Erden. Landschaft, Aus- und Einblicke, Luft, Ruhe, Gast-Wirtschaft, Gastfreundschaft, Gäste und Gastgeber ergänzen sich zu einem "Gesamtkunstwerk" - das seines Gleichen sucht. Ambiente, Küche und Weinkeller runden mein Glücksgefühl völlig stimmig - wie ein großes Streichquartett - ab.
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eva-maria und rainer ullmann sagt:
Ein guter Ort, ehrlich und klar und einfach nur wohltuend. Statusgetue spielt keine Rolle, es begegnen sich Menschen, Alte, Junge, sehr wohlerzogene Kinder. Eine Atmosphäre, die zum Wesentlichen führen kann, wenn man will und sich einlässt auf die Natur, die grandiosen Blicke in die Dolomiten und die Spiele des Lichts. Familie Wodenegg und ihr wunderbares Personal haben miteinander genau den richtigen Ton gefunden. Sie verwöhnen mit Aufmerksamkeit und frischen Produkten, Essen und Trinken sind vom Feinsten und wunderbar leicht (das Menü am Abend mit besten Weinempfehlungen). Und: Die Zimmer duften lebendig, nach Holz und altmodischer Sommerfrische. Ein Ort zum Immer-Wiederkommen.
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