Snow-capped mountains and rustic comforts with the cuddle factor
Visitors to South Tyrol in winter will get to see its rustic side when they stay on a farm. Whether tucking into a hearty farm breakfast, having a sheep’s wool wrap, doing arts and crafts with the farmwomen or having fun in the snow; when there is not as much work to be done in the fields, there’s more time to relax.
A Farm Holiday in South Tyrol means having lots of space in fully equipped, cosy holiday flats, a warm welcome from the farm family, and meeting various furry and feathered friends, as well as healthy farm products. Lovingly furnished flats or rooms fitted out with natural materials entice guests to sit around and take it easy after a snowshoe walk or a romantic horse-drawn sledge ride – often the wooden furniture comes from the trees in the farm woodland. A cosy atmosphere is created by alpine living accessories, soft light, warm colours and high quality materials. And it gets even more atmospheric in the evening, when guests can cuddle up in front of the tiled stove, tuck into delicious food from the farm kitchen or lend the farmwomen a hand with their craftwork, where they can learn about local myths, legends and customs with the added bonus of taking a piece of South Tyrol that they have made themselves home with them.
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Rural alpine spas
Alpine wellness enjoys a long tradition in South Tyrol’s rural culture: medicinal herbs have long been growing around farms and houses, and wisdom about nature’s powers has been passed down from generation to generation. Centuries-old farmhouse knowledge joins the latest health and beauty developments, meaning that guests can get to enjoy regional spa treatments, from hay and wool wraps to herbal packs – combined with a genuine holiday experience and the person touch.
5 steps to rest and relaxation
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