Style, tradition & elegance
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01.03.2021
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Hotel Castel

Tales of family, tradition and hospitality.

The host family Rier, the "Wolkensteiner" in Castelrotto and the founders of Castel Oswald von Wolkenstein.

Once upon a time... in 1975, the junior boss Siegfried from the Hotel Sonnenhof in Castelrotto fell in love with a young maiden who worked there as a waitress. She was called Adelheid. Always hard-working, ambitious and friendly, they soon took all guests to their hearts, as did the young host. Friedl and Heidi soon celebrated their wedding and in 1977 they built the Hotel Oswald von Wolkenstein together, which became a cozy home for their six children and their loyal guests.
In 2007, after 30 years of happy work, the Castel Oswald von Wolkenstein was created in a new splendor as a result of a complete redesign and generous expansion. As a result, renovations and redesigns have been carried out again and again to this day. In 2018, the hotel garden was expanded with another sunny meadow plot and offers additional cozy, comfortable spaces to relax.
The eldest son Michael as a trained chef and the youngest daughter Gabriele at the reception as the contact person for all guests' concerns and wishes have been in charge of the fortunes of the Castel. Senior boss Adelheid will also stay with our guests as the good soul of the house.

In the spirit of the cheerful minstrel Oswald von Wolkenstein, who grew up and lived in this region of the Sciliar area, we have created a special kind of holiday home. A touch of the great times of noble knights and romantic castles permeates the ambience: a symphony of stylish elegance, South Tyrolean cosiness and valuable tradition.
The tradition of our family hospitality in the second generation and our warmth lives in all niches and rooms of our house and is particularly evident in the attention to detail. It is our concern that you feel completely at ease.

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11 Mar
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