Modern castle romantic: The more than 500-year-old “Pfisterhaus” (bakers’ house) is located at the foot of the Sonnenburg in the South Tyrolian Pustertal. Integrated into the castle walls, the building originally served as a gatehouse and was later used as a monastery bakery. The now glazed loopholes and the preserved oven are a reminder of its diverse past. Inside the house, the rocks upon which the house was built are visible. Along with the thick walls and the old beams, a very special atmosphere has been created. You almost feel like you’re in the Middle Ages, but the equipment clearly stems from the present. The “Pfisterhaus” is a hideaway of peace not only inside – outside you can relax beautifully as well: in the adjoining terrace gardens, the historic monastery gardens or in the infinity pool.