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Gudon/Gufidaun, Klausen/Chiusa, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
2029 from Klausen/Chiusa center
Price on request

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Appartment 2-4
Max up to 4 guests
Appartment 2-3
Max up to 3 guests
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Snacks/Small dishes in-between
  • Garden
  • Roofed car park
  • Open car park
  • Underground car park
  • Dogs allowed
  • Südtirol Alto Adige Guest Pass
  • Farm holidays
Hotel description
At the Martscholerhof you can speak and have fun both indoors and outdoors while we pamper you with our traditional dishes and beverages such as: Speck, cheese, smoked sausages, traditional meaty Schlachtplatten with cabbage or dumplings, barley soup, chestnuts and Krapfen from the Valle Isarco, all paired with different home-grown wines and countless juices.

About the region

Starting from Brennerpass and extending to a hint of the Mediterranean in Bolzano/Bozen, the high peeks, gentle hills and dazzling valleys of Brixen and environs unfold with their characteristic apples, wine and chestnuts. Southern flair, enchanting cities and authentic South Tyrolean traditions await you during your holiday in the Valley of Trails.

Trails connect. North and south, villages and small cities, mountains and valleys, and landscapes both cultural and natural. In the region Brixen and environs, everything revolves around the trails that call out to be followed and discovered during your holiday. The thematic diversity of hiking possibilities extend from simple, family-oriented hikes to challenging high-altitude ascents, and from educational walks to traditional trails. In the cities of Brixen, Klausen/Chiusa and Sterzing/Vipiteno, whispers of the Mediterranean and a hint of urbanity are well-worth the trip. Shining with rich history, beautiful attractions and a successful mix of customs and innovation. The origins of a characteristic South Tyrolean tradition come alive in Brixen and environs: Every year during fall as part of Törggelen, young wines are sampled along with a series of speciality dishes and chestnuts in small Buschenschänken farmhouse inns.

Frequently asked question about Martscholerhof

Check-in at Martscholerhof is from 07:00 to 23:00.

Room options at Martscholerhof are:

  • apartments
  • Martscholerhof serves no breakfast.

    Martscholerhof is 2.03 Km from the center of Klausen/Chiusa. All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances may vary.

    Martscholerhof has no restaurant.

    Martscholerhof has no pool

    Yes, Martscholerhof allows small pets.

  • This kind of information is not available at the moment.
  • Underground car park
  • Yes, Martscholerhof is offering the Südtirol Guest Pass.