Come on a hike through the spectacular mountain landscape of the Alps in South Tyrol and see the natural beauty of the craggy rocks and green alpine pastures with your own eyes. If, after an exhausting hike, you want relaxation, entertainment and homemade meals, our entire family is on hand to fill you with a sense of well-being at the 3-star superior Hotel Vierbrunnenhof.
Thomas runs the Vierbrunnenhof. As a farmer, certified hiking guide and active member of the mountain rescue team, he knows the mountains like the back of his hand. He will happily let you in on where the most breath-taking views can be found and which interesting routes take you through the sun-drenched Puster Valley.
A family-run hotel in the Antholz Valley is not complete without some pampering maternal care. At the Vierbrunnenhof, mama Rita gives her guests plenty of TLC with her homemade jams and elderberry juice. She is also fastidious in making sure her hotel and garden are in tip-top condition at all times.
Mara & Barbara
Sisters Mara and Barbara help their dairy farmer sisters to manage the hotel’s own Kumpflalm alpine cabin in the Antholz Valley. Mara also helps to create a lovely ambiance by playing her accordion in the cabin and at the hotel.
Uncle Konrad wields the wooden spoon at the Vierbrunnenhof. When he’s not conjuring up South Tyrolean delicacies as head chef, he is out working his magic in the gardens. So you can expect fresh local produce when gathering your strength for a climb early in the morning or on your return to the hotel with a grumbling belly in the evening.
Konrad’s wife Maria Martha is a hiking guide who will take you on tours of the Dolomites, a herbal expert who forages for and dries the local flora and a fitness instructor who will help your body and soul to become one with the Five Tibetan Rites workout.
And then there’s little Martin, whose smile enchants guests staying at the Vierbrunnenhof. The youngest member of the family will soon be accompanying his papa Thomas as he climbs the mountains surrounding the Antholz Valley.