Take a break between meadow, forest and lake
At the end of the village of Santa Valburga in the Ulten Valley stands the Haus Grünfeld, run by the Gamper family. It is approximately one kilometre from the village centre, while shops and a bus stop are just 100 metres away. The garden features comfortable seating and from the balcony can be seen the dam, part of the Zoggler reservoir, and the surrounding forests. There is plenty of parking outside the house.
The Gamper family consists of Marlene and Roland, their children Julian, Alexandra and Maximilian, plus Grandma Jolanda. Together they all contribute to the much appreciated hospitality. Marlene runs the business with the assistance of Grandma Jolanda, tending to the garden and flowers and always ready with suggestions for walks. The Gamper family emphasise personal contact with their guests, always aiming to meet their needs to ensure their holidays are as relaxed as possible.
The fixtures and furnishings in the rooms, the work of the local carpenter, and the up-to-date information pack are particularly popular with guests. Your hostess regularly serves coffee and delicious homemade cakes, while a fresh bread roll service is also available.
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