Mountain views and comfort in the Dolomites
Haus Oberpauler is situated just 100m away from the village centre in St. Veit, a district of Sexten. Guests can not just look forward to staying in comfortable holiday flats here, but will be able to enjoy a cosy atmosphere and great views: while you can gaze at the peaks of the Sexten Sundial mountains from the south-east-facing balcony, the local 'Gsell' mountain, as well as the Haunold, Innichen, Innichberg, Helm and Mitterberg mountains, may be seen in the other directions.
Stefan Innerkofler runs the place along with his parents and grandmother, Martha. Trained as a baker, he has been deaf all his life, but does not let that keep him from chatting with his guests and taking care of their every holiday need! Besides local and regional products – the bread comes from the village bakery where Stefan works – Haus Oberpauler contributes towards protecting the environment by means of pellet heating, district heating, waste avoidance and waste separation. The hosts will also let guests in on some great tips on hikes and restaurants!
Guests really appreciate the cosy atmosphere at Haus Oberpauler. Elements from the farmhouse built in 1848 lend the holiday flats, renovated in 2016, that special something. A breakfast hamper from Val Pusteria, bread from Sexten, ski pass service, pick-up service - all these little touches help guests feel at their ease when staying at Haus Oberpauler!