Bëgngnüs to ciasa Tolpeit
Some of our guests have become close friends – this happens season after season, year after year.
What more could you ask of your work? Our work is based on good relationships and making guests feel good. We cannot wait to welcome you home, too.
Hospitality runs through my veins. After all, I am the fifth generation in my family to run the hotel. Simplicity is all I ask for, good manners never cost anything, and I like to ensure everything runs smoothly at the hotel. I am a sommelier, so you know good wine is always to be found in our cellar. Take a look.
I love cooking – and order, of course. Someone has to ensure everything works as it should, day in, day out. I plan the menus, stock the pantry, and know how to pamper guests after dinner with my sweets and first thing in the morning with baked goods and pastries. All homemade, of course. Have I whet your appetite?
As a guide, there is nothing better than revelling in the stunning locations in our area. Accompanying guests on a hike across the Dolomites is no hardship. Come to me for insider tips on cycling trails and Alpine skiing routes and, if the mood is just right, I will also organise wine tasting sessions in our cellar. Shall we go on a hike?
Have you ever stopped to listen to what our home says? Drown out the chatter of people, and tune in to what fresh flowers, small objects, textiles and tablecloths, blinds, glasses, cutlery and decor tells you. Everything I choose and place with care on the tables and in the rooms speaks just like us, just more simply and softly. Be our guest.
Nothing escapes the attention of Rita, Damiano, Moira and Daniel when waiting tables.
Chef Ossi and Ivan, Carmen, Damian, Duia and, obviously, Manuela take care of the delicacies we serve.
Antonia, Maria, Anna and Rita work hard to make your rooms beautiful, comfortable, welcoming and clean.