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Tschotsch - Gasthof

Frazione Sant´Osvaldo, 19, 39040, Castelrotto Italy
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#32 of 61 hotels in Castelrotto
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Gasthof Zu Tschoetsch is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Castelrotto, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Castelrotto, Gasthof Zu Tschoetsch is located a short distance from Chiesa di San Valentino (1.8 mi) and Piazza Kraus (2.0 mi).

Gasthof Zu Tschoetsch is a family-friendly hotel offering a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.

The hotel features room service, newspaper, and a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a lounge, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Castelrotto. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Castelrotto has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Zum Turm Alla Torre, Hexenkeller, and Schlernhex, which are serving up some great dishes.

During your visit, be sure to check out Pflegerhof (0.3 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.

Enjoy your stay in Castelrotto!

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DannyWJ wrote a review Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom1 contribution
It's true that, of all the wide variety of places we've stayed in - budget, luxury, all kinds - this ranks among the very best experiences. I've never left a review before, even when I've intended to do so, and even this has taken me a good few months to get round to doing, but I felt in this particular instance I really had to make the effort. We stayed towards the end of the summer, myself, my wife and our five-year-old daughter, part of a tour of Italy which had many memorable times, but our stay in Tschotscherhof stands out - and I really can't give higher praise than that. This was to do with the location and magnificent surroundings, but even more to do with the simple peace and beauty of the farm hotel, together with the unflagging hospitality of the family that runs it. As we all know, you can have the best days out - and we did! - but if the place you're coming back to at the end of the day is anything less than ideal it can take the edge off things. Well, this place was ideal, and more. We'll certainly be talking of our time in South Tyrol for many years to come, of taking cable cars high into the mountains and of driving and walking through the unparalleled landscape right close to Tschotscherhof - but still it was the little things when we returned each day which really help keep those memories as special as they are. The meal every night was great - simple (but far from uninteresting) home-cooked food - and the rooms were comfortable and welcoming, and to wake up each morning and step out onto our balcony overlooking mountains, farms, churches... it really couldn't have been better. But what made things more special was the time all the staff had to help and look after us. Mr. and Mrs. Jaider themselves spoke little English (in fact one of the things we liked was how the place seemed to be used predominantly by German and Italian families in the know, returning to their favourite place for winding down), but communicated through the warmth of their actions and smiles, and there were always others around more than happy to help with our own lack of language. Always advising, always listening, always doing anything they could to enhance our stay. And it was the small things, especially in how they were with our daughter, which counted as much as anything... the special child-friendly place settings at the table in the evening, the colouring books, and even things like the way the cleaner always arranged her toys so beautifully for her return to the room (the rooms, by the way, were immaculate). Also, her playing on the trampoline with the local children and being given a ride on the tractor... all memorable moments. I could go on. I am going on!! But it's really hard to express how warm and special this place was for us... I'm also aware of the danger of raising expectations, seeing as it was the simple things done well that counted, rather than anything particularly fancy or extravagant. I won't say much more in general terms, then. There is, though, one other thing well worth mentioning. Every Wednesday night (do check beforehand, but from what I can understand this is a long-running tradition), the Jaiders shuttle all the guests up to their mountain hut, where we ended up having the most wonderful night. In the most spectacular and panoramic location imaginable, we spent a long, leisurely time enjoying the canapes and drinks provided while taking in the mountain scenery. All so relaxed... then, eventually, after dark, we went in to the hut for a fine three-course meal (well worth opting overall for the half board option, by the way, when it includes such things, and - as others have noted - limited public transport at night and the precipitous roads make it the preferable option in this particular place, much as I normally like to explore a range of local eating places), after which the Jaiders entertained us with music - accordion, as well as Mr. Jaider's 'devil's stick'. We certainly have never had an evening anything like that laid on for us anywhere we've been paying guests, and it really gave an already memorable stay a fitting high point. We're not really ones to return places - always so much new to see - but in the case of Tschotscherhof, we would be sorely tempted! Thanks once again, the Jaider family.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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echobase wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom7 contributions
Not much to add to the title of this review. This is an isolated quiet place in the middle of nowhere (and yet easily reachable by far or bus), with splendid view of the landscape and at walking distance to the characteristic church. The restaurant is also next to a little museum showcasing some old tools used by villagers throughout the past. The food is very tasty and the staff try their best to be as kind as possible. I've been here many times and I shall certainly be back soon .
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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LUDWIG_Wayfarer wrote a review Oct 2015
Richmond, Canada70 contributions61 helpful votes
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My girlfriend and I spent six late September nights at the beautiful Tschötscherhof St. Oswald. The tiny hamlet of Oswald is smack dab in the middle of the picturesque South Tirol countryside. Where ever one looks there are green pasture fields, apple orchards, quaint villages, peaceful woods and the breathtaking peaks and crags of the Dolomites. The hotel is part of a small complex surrounding the 500-year-old main farmhouse of the Jaider family. Dinner is had in the historic and rustic main house, decorated in charming traditional Tyrolean style. Our lodgings were in a newer house (built in traditional style) nearby, with view of a meadow and forest. The inside room was comfortable and furnished in wood. Everything worked and was very clean. Nights were peaceful and quiet. If you wake up at night, go outside and on a clear night enjoy a star spangled sky. Tschötscherhof is on a handy local bus route which stops right in front of the hotel and crisscrosses the entire area, taking you to trail heads and surrounding villages. The main attraction, Europe’s largest high pasture of the Alpe de Suisi or Seisler Alm, can be reached by gondola or bus within about 20 minutes. The bus to and back from the Tschötscherhof to the gondola, leaves every hour or so but the last one is in the early evening. The time curfew of the bus meant that we ended up eating dinner at the Tschötscherhof every night. This was no problem, however; in fact after our daily excursions we looked forward to a warm reception and the best food on the whole Italy trip. There was knodel, goulash, schnitzel, trout, potato salad, pork roast and many other locally sourced comfort foods, all of generous proportions and reasonably priced. My favorite desert was a scrumptious dish of sponge cake with whipped cream, banana and chocolate sauce. I would recommend anyone visiting this beautiful land to stay and eat at the Tschötscherhof. Tips on the Area: Trails leading to nearby villages, along country lanes and woods, are everywhere as are the non-stop spectacular views. Many roads, however, though paved and of good shape, are extremely narrow and seeming scarcely wide enough for one vehicle. We chose to forgo our original intention of renting a car and did not regret it.
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Date of stay: September 2015
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hanseyankee wrote a review Aug 2014
Hamburg, Germany21 contributions28 helpful votes
We were very happy to return to Tschötscherhof for a second time this summer. For anyone looking to slow down from the hectic life and enjoy delicious food in a quaint setting, this is the place to stay. The Jaider family are friendly, helpful and very gracious hosts and one sees that everything is done with love. Our room was simple but very gemütlich and had a balcony with a great view of the sunset over the Eisack valley. The food is particularly good: every day we enjoyed a four-course fixed menu with generous portions of local specialties. The location is very convenient for treks, hikes and mountain climbs in the Dolomites with public transportation (bus stop directly adjacent) or your own car. For travelers without plans, the owners are quite happy to recommend treks, hikes as well as cabins where one can savor local delicacies.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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seowboon wrote a review Apr 2013
Singapore5 contributions3 helpful votes
This is the perfect place to be if even if you are not visiting the Dolomites to ski or hike. The rooms are warm and cosy, very rustic and comfortable. There is even wi-fi in the room, which I really wasn't expecting and was a pleasant surprise. The bus to Siusi or Castelrotto (towns that are about 15 minutes away) stops right in front of the house. On fine days, it is nice to just go walking in the village and near the house, see the village church, talk to the ponies, and admire the mountains. The locals are really friendly even though very little English is spoken there. Go for the half-board plan. The Jaider family serves up a splendid, robust dinner of local dishes and wines every night. Worth every penny!
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Date of stay: April 2013
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Luca Segantini wrote a review Jul 2012
Brussels, Belgium18 contributions42 helpful votes
We came back to this lovely hotel with our 4 children in July 2012. We used to come 10 years ago for unforgettable meals and a break from taxing hikes on the mountains around. It is still the same, a small wonder in a quiet small village not far from the more busy Siusi or Castelrotto. We particularly enjoyed the hospitality, the peace and the style which comes from owning the place since 500 years. Well done to the Jaider family!
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tschötsch - Gasthof
Which popular attractions are close to Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Nearby attractions include Sonnenplateau Ritten - Altopiano del Renon (3.1 miles), Alpe di Siusi (4.8 miles), and Bullaccia (4.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rösslwirt, Tschotsch Alm, and Cafe Ristorante Saalstuben.
Are pets allowed at Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Tschötsch - Gasthof?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Tschötsch - Gasthof?
Many travellers enjoy visiting La parrocchia di Castelrotto (2.0 miles) and Villa Felseck (1.9 miles).
Does Tschötsch - Gasthof have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.