Do you want to escape the frenzy of city life to make way for the tranquillity and pure air of the Dolomites?
Then a holiday at the Löchlerhof is the ideal choice for you, as it can guarantee you all the relaxation you are looking for and need.
All you have to do is park your car in the special covered parking spot provided by this delightful accommodation, forget it for a few days and enjoy the wonders of nature, which can be discovered through the paths located in the suggestive Keschtenweg promenade.
The Löchlerhof is a residence in pure South Tyrolean style consisting of three newly built holiday homes.
These building jewels were created by a father’s hands who, together with his son, pursued the aim of creating a welcoming place for anyone who intends to stay there and return to a simple life, where smiles, genuine food and greeting neighbours are commonplace.
This place of peace and serenity is located in Renon, a town in the heart of South Tyrol and a few minutes’ drive from Bolzano.
The Löchlerhof is a farm with spacious, welcoming and comfortable rooms, and breath-taking views.
Another flagship of this accommodation facility is the strong welcome of the Reinstaller family, whose number one mission consists not only of making you feel at home, but also an integral part of the Renon community.
This place is enchanting in any season of the year: during winter you can ski on the snow-covered slopes, enjoy the magnificent warm colours of the leaves falling from the trees in autumn, while you can find some refreshment from the heat and hassle of the city in spring/summer.
It is located on the ground floor of the Löchlerhof farm, measures about 60 square meters and consists of two separate bedrooms, bathroom with shower and a living room with kitchenette where there is both a dining table and a sofa bed for a possible guest, or extra person.
Apartment with a surface of 55 square meters with a bedroom with double bed and one with two single beds located in the attic suitable for children. The sofa is equipped with a pull-out bed to accommodate a possible fifth person.
So you don’t like being idle even when you are on vacation? Don’t worry, because you can ask to participate in the daily activities of the farm, just think of the fruit and grape harvest for the production of wine, which in turn can be tasted.
The younger guests can instead meet face to face with cute ponies and rabbits.
Staying on a farm certainly represents an excellent excuse both to teach them a correct approach to animals and to make them put aside TVs and electronic devices, often responsible for isolation and mental alienation.