Experience spring warmth and culture in Klausen, Brixen and Bozen, climb the peaks of the Dolomites, enjoy the delights of autumn with törggelen along the “Way of the Chestnuts”, have winter fun skiing in the Gröden valley and on the Seiser Alm: witness the most beautiful aspects of South Tyrol throughout the year. Our hotel in the Eisack Valley, located close to the best destinations, is the starting point for your personal voyage of discovery.
Following (or even during) your voyage of discovery through South Tyrol and the Dolomites, the Brunnerhof’s restaurant, popular with locals and visitors alike, invites you to dine. The menu offers the Alpine and Mediterranean cuisine of the region in all its delicious variety. The culinary delicacies on offer range from spaghetti to knödel (dumplings) and from Mediterranean dishes to local recipes.
Journey off the beaten track through the Eisacktal Valley and South Tyrol, encountering the people, culture and nature of this multi-faceted region. After all these experiences it is a pleasure to return for a good night’s sleep to the cosy atmosphere of your comfortable room, harmoniously outfitted in wood. Reinvigorated, you can then enjoy breakfast either from the buffet or with half-board from the Brunnerhof’s own kitchen.
Occupancy: 1–3 people
Double room, most outfitted in natural wood with desk, internet access, safe, phone, satellite TV, bath/shower, bidet, WC, hairdryer
from 40,00 €
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Occupancy: 2–3 people
Triple room, most outfitted in natural wood with desk, internet access, safe, phone, satellite TV, bath/shower, bidet, WC, hairdryer
from 32,00 €
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Occupancy: 1 person
Single room, most outfitted in natural wood with desk, internet access, safe, phone, satellite TV, bath/shower, bidet, WC, hairdryer
from 52,00 €
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Occupancy: 2–4 people
Family apartment, most outfitted in natural wood with desk, internet access, safe, phone, satellite TV, bath/shower, bidet, WC, hairdryer
from 30,00 €
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After a long hike, an adventurous ski tour or simply if you have tense muscles, enjoy a visit to the sauna oasis at the Brunnerhof. This little realm is a welcome relief for our guests. The combination of heat, steam and quiet all strengthen the circulation, help order the thought processes and bring effective relaxation – an ideal way to prepare yourself for the next day’s walking or skiing exertions.
Summer means joie de vivre! This vital feeling can be appreciated especially in the Eisacktal Valley and its surrounding mountains, in the communities of Feldthurns and Villanders and the surrounding valleys such as Gröden or on the Seiser Alm. Go walking with panoramic views of the Dolomites, enjoy mountain-biking on forest or meadow trails, try peak-bagging or experience the wonders of nature. As a guest at the Brunnerhof you can quickly and easily reach numerous walking and cultural destinations. What are you waiting for!?
The Dolomites, a UNESCO world natural heritage site, are just a stone’s throw away: In the neighbouring Villnöss Valley the famous Geisler peaks tower upwards, while the Seiser Alm offers the world-famous peaks of the Peitlerkofel and Schlern, with walking routes that range from the gentle to the extreme. Mountain pastures, mountain climbing, mountain panoramas: walking destinations around the Brunnerhof include the sunny Eisacktal ridges, the pasturelands around Villanders and Seis and the high-Alpine regions of the Sarntal Alps and the Dolomites themselves.
Known as the “fifth season” to the people of South Tyrol, for our guests this is the opportunity to partake of the most popular custom in the land: törggelen. This has its origins in the Eisacktal and can thus be enjoyed in its most original form in a Buschenschank (farmhouse inn) along the “Way of the Chestnuts” around Klausen, as well as at the Martscholerhof, our true native soil. From October to November, a gentle autumn stroll can be followed by a visit to a stube (inn parlour) to taste the “new” wine together with such delicacies as Schlutzkrapfen (pasta pockets), Geselchtes (smoked meat) with sauerkraut and roast chestnuts.
The season for piste lovers! Overnight the white splendours of the Eisacktal and the Dolomites are transformed into popular winter sports areas with ski pistes, toboggan runs and cross-country skiing trails for activities in the snow. The mountains around the Eisacktal also show off the unspoilt side of winter: protected by the gigantic Alpine summits, caressed by gentle sunshine, those of a romantic disposition can enjoy winter walks and realise their dreams of a holiday in white.
The pistes of the Seiser Alm and Gröden in the Dolomites are truly a paradise for winter sports. The classic Dolomiti Superski, the world’s largest ski carousel with 1,200 kilometres of pistes, can be reached in just a few minutes by car. The Plose ski mountain also offers perfectly prepared pistes and traditional ski huts, and is accessible using the same ski pass. The ski region also includes the 44 kilometres of piste in the connecting ski area of Gitschberg-Jochtal. The Eisacktal is a compact, idyllic winter sports arena offering sunshine, snow and 360° summit panoramas.
Tourist tax: € 1,50 per person per day (aged 14 years and over) - from 2020: € 2,10
For cancellations made up to 31 days before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
For cancellations within 30 to 15 days prior to arrival, 40% of the total booking will be charged.
For cancellations within 14 to 8 days prior to arrival, 60% of the total booking will be charged.
For cancellations within 7 to 4 days prior to arrival, 70% of the total booking will be charged.
For cancellations within 3 days prior to arrival, 100% of the total booking will be charged.
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From the north: from the Brenner Pass or from the Pustertal Valley, take the autobahn exit to Klausen (autobahn exit for Villnöss, Seiser Alm and Gröden Valley). The Brunnerhof Hotel is centrally located in the town.
From the south: from Bozen, take the autobahn exit to Klausen (autobahn exit for Villnöss, Seiser Alm and Gröden Valley). The Brunnerhof Hotel is centrally located in the town.