Built around 1850 in the traditional style of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, the stone farmhouse was then used by its owner to support unmarried girls in difficult financial conditions. They were allowed to live in it, and they created as homework rosaries for the church. This is the origin of the popular name of the building - the "Klösterle".
The stone house, which is owned by the same family since it was built, has been lovingly rearranged in 2008. Of course, the original Tyrolean wooden rooms, the bathrooms have been preserved in their originality, quality fabrics, and brought the entire house technology up to date.
This is an unique and distinctive object which is an absolute rarity in its beautiful state.
Enjoy Klösterle in the Tyrolean flair of its original wooden rooms, as they now can be exhibited in a local history museum only, without sacrificing modern comforts.
The antique preserved house demands respect from the residents for the old buildings and a loving approach to the original equipment still partly preserved, especially of the preserved original tyrolean farmhouse rooms with old wood paneling. The cash down will never be able to cover any damage occurred. Generally the house is not specially suitable for children. Parents are responsible for their children's safety. As the homeowner, I thank you in advance for your understanding.