For more than half a millennium, the Reichhalter inn has shaped life in the South Tyrolean village of Lana. Once a mill, coffee house and finally a butcher's shop with inn - since summer 2018 a boutique hotel with eight rooms, café and restaurant. With a lot of heart and soul, the venerable traces of the past, the authentic, the genuine were preserved and combined with modern design stylish and unaffected. As an extension for their art of living and yoga hotel Schwarzschmied, which is only a few minutes walk away, Klaus Dissertori rebuilt the house, which was first mentioned in 1477, and had it reopened in summer 2018 as an "Eat & Sleep" location.
As soon as you enter the house, you are overcome by a feeling of familiar comfort. The heart beats more calmly. With just eight rooms, it is easy to feel at home.
Architect Zeno Bampi was able to bring a clear, calm line into the given architecture of the house, with all its peculiarities. Interior designer Christina von Berg knows how to accentuate the unique setting with design classics and precious finds from the past.
Eight rooms that carry the history of the house into the present and future. The room names recall former owners and the crafts that were once located in the house.
All rooms feature a bathroom with shower, wi-fi, safe, bathrobes, bath sandals, Susanne Kaufmann™ organic treats, Simmons Beautyrest® mattresses, Marshall Bluetooth speakers and a yoga mat.