Stuben & terraces

Blue ‚Stube‘

The blue Stube, made of Cembra pine wood, is the bigger of the two Stuben and has been rebuilt during a renovation in 1996. Depending on the disposal of the tables, it provides room for 35-45 persons.

In the evenings this Stube is reserved for our house guests.

During the day, however, the blue Stube is also open for day guests. Moreover, it is a beautiful room for bigger celebrations like birthdays, weddings etc.

Red ‚Stube‘

The red Stube is slightly smaller than the blue one and is therefore very homely.

During our first renovation in 1993, the former ironing room was transformed into this small Stube with the traditional coffered ceiling made of spruce wood. The room offers space for 25-30 persons. This Stube is perfect if you want to celebrate with a smaller number of guests.


Our bar has been refurbished in 1996. It has a direct access to our restaurant terrace.
Below the ceiling you can see a series of historic paintings which the former proprietor made during the long winter months when the Zallinger guest-house was still closed. They are lovely and very interesting to look at.
They were also renovated during the rebuilding in 1996. Like our ‘Stuben’, the bar is a lovely place to enjoy a meal. Thanks to its many windows, the bar offers a panoramic view ...

Sun terrace

On the first floor there is a sun terrace reserved exclusively for our house guests. It is accessible from all rooms via the corridor. You may enjoy the sun lying in one of our comfortable deck chairs or admire the majestic mountain landscape that will soon make you forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get you into a holiday mood.

Restaurant terrace with panoramic view

Our terrace offers you a panorama that normally only the Gods deserve. From the Sassopiatto and the Passo Molignon to the Sciliar and the Ötztal Alps you can enjoy a 200° panoramic view that is unparalleled.

You may feel a little bit like in heaven. And what could be better than enjoying one of our numerous delicious meals and a glass of South Tyrolean Vernatsch or Lagrein wine to accompany the breathtaking view?
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