Casa al Sole
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Casa al Sole

A place of timeless hospitality.

While looking for a healthy dose of cosy downtime, spectacular nature, and an excellent breakfast, one might even come across traces of South-Tyrolean history at this quaint inn led by Alexandra and Manuel Dellago. The house was built in the 1930s and is an example of rational architecture right in the midst of the Dolomite Mountains, where its geometrical shapes replaced the more playful style of Tyrolean and Habsburg architecture. Monumental and functional on the outside, warm and hospitable on the inside: a leisurely pace, quiet and deliberation mark the authentic character of this place – along with a passion for the mountains!

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“Manuel and Alexandra’s small inn is the best proof that alpine design doesn’t always need to be rustic in order to exude warm hospitality.”
Benjamin & Julia Skardarasy | La Loupe


A laid-back, simple retro style and natural materials like untreated wood, natural rock, clay, felt, and gravel make up the perfect surroundings for peaceful sleep: spread out over two floors, the 12 atmospheric and unostentatious rooms have been carefully furnished and equipped with only the essential. Light, cosy and without distractions (none of the rooms have a TV!), in short: perfect for enjoying the panoramic view of the Dolomite Mountains.

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particularities | highlights

A stay at Casa al Sole does not just come with a promise of extraordinary hospitality but also untamed passion for travelling: the house is located in St. Ulrich, at the centre of the Dolomite Mountains in Grödnertal valley, and very close to the lifts Raschötz, Seceda, and Seiser Alm where numerous leisure time activities beckon; both in summer and in winter. Among them are hiking, cycling, skiing, and rock climbing. And, of course, the surrounding nature in the stunning Ladin mountain valleys can be enjoyed year round, though for mushroom connoisseurs autumn is the perfect season.

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culinary delights | restaurant | bar

Not only the range of leisure time activities is extremely varied, breakfast, too, is a little different every day. Be it savoury, sweet, or both – at Casa al Sole breakfast really is the most enjoyable meal of the day. In the afternoons and evenings, guests can round off their days with a glass of natural wine or a beer from a local microbrewery, accompanied by an assortment of tasty snacks.

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Manuel Alexandra
“A stylishly renovated house, a breakfast that’s tasty and down-to-earth; heartfelt hospitality – we look forward to welcoming our guests.”
Alexandra & Manuel Dellago | Casa al Sole

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