Pets are welcome!

Want to take your beloved pet dog along with you when you go on vacation? That’s not a problem here at the Strahlerhof in South Tyrol. We have enough space, and there’s also the “great outdoors” in which your four-legged friend can run and jump. In any case, your pets are cordially welcome here. We will charge you a one-time cleaning fee of € 30


A vacation apartment in the south of South Tyrol, for 2–4 occupants, with two balconies (northern / eastern exposure) where you can breakfast outside when the morning sun shows up early in the summertime. An apartment for connoisseurs of South Tyrol – and those eager to learn of its delights.


Two bedrooms with double-bed and/or French bed, fully-equipped kitchen with microwave oven, davenport (convertible) couch, extra bed or children’s bed upon request, bathroom with shower, WC, and bathroom sink, two large balconies (with eastern and northern exposure) with seating arrangement and breakfast table, room safe, satellite TV

Pets are welcome!

All-included services and amenities

Free WLAN, one parking space for your vehicle, fitness room (gym), health spa facilities, barbecue facilities, access to / use of herb garden, bicycles and hiking poles available for use, library

Low season 07.01.-22.03., 03.11.-01.12.
Two occupants
from 85 €
Three occupants
from 105 €
Four occupants
from 115 €
High season 23.03.-02.11., 02.12.-06.01.
Two occupants
from 105 €
Three occupants
from 125 €
Four occupants
from 135 €

Our little spa is equipped with a whirlpool, a Finnish sauna, or saunarium and can be used throughout the year. The use of the whirlpool is always free of charge. If you would like to use the sauna, just let us know in advance. Our wellness zone is also available for private and exclusive use. For you alone. A tote bag, bathrobe, and sauna towels are included.

Price per use for 2 persons: 30 €

Pets are welcome here. However, we charge a one-time surcharge of EURO 30,00.

Advance partial payment:
When you have paid the required advance partial payment, we will send you a confirmation of reservation, after which you can consider your booking as binding. In the event you cancel, this advance partial payment will not be refunded to you.

Forms of payment:
You can pay onsite prior to your departure in cash, or by means of bank transfer. In the event that you nonetheless wish to pay in advance by bank transfer, we are including our bank contact data as follows.

Bank contact data:
IBAN: IT22G 08255 58160 000300258211

Worry-free booking:
We recommend that you take advantage of our affordable “Roter Hahn” (“Red Rooster”) travel cancellation insurance. Then, in the event that you cancel, it will cover the cancellation fees. What better way to enjoy a worry-free holiday?

You can find all the important information about this travel cancellation insurance here:

Cancellation conditions:
In the event that you are unable to begin the vacation stay that you have booked or are forced to cancel it, please note the following: When cancelling between three months and 29 days prior to the beginning of your stay, we will charge you for three days of your stay. When cancelling within the last 28 days prior to the start, we will charge you 100% of the total cost of your reservation. In the event that you fail to appear, we will charge you 100% of the total cost. The advance partial payment you have already made will count towards this.

If you depart prior to the scheduled end of your stay, both the days you have already stayed and the remaining days of your stay will be charged to your account. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are unable to begin your stay.

Covid-19 cancellation conditions:
If you are unable to begin your stay due to Covid-19 (because the area is declared a high-risk area, if travel restrictions are imposed, or if a quarantine is imposed by your country on travelers from Italy), you can cancel up to seven days prior to the scheduled start of your stay free of charge. Generally speaking, we recommend that you obtain travel cancellation insurance through our “Roter Hahn.” (hyperlink)