A summer morning. The castle reposes on a hilltop, surrounded by terraced gardens, fruit trees and grape vines. Walk along the sunny walls, past lavishly set breakfast tables. A babbling fountain in the courtyard, a few hens. Step inside your room and flop into your canopy bed, ceiling beams of dark wood above your head. Silence, only your heartbeat – something new is about to begin.
Stylistically-pure gothic castle in South Tyrol
On solid porphyry rock with broad views across the valley
Late Middle Ages
South Tyrolean Late Gothic
Owners and Hosts
Count and Countess Johannes and Maria Khuen-Belasi
Castle Hotel Englar offers eight rooms in the 500-year-old west wing, of which three are junior suites and one is a tower room. The walls enclose a secluded inner courtyard with tall cedars. Also belonging to the castle are the surrounding vineyards, a Gothic chapel and farm buildings with a variety of animals.
A gothic castle, courtyard amid old cedars, the surrounding walls overgrown with ivy and roses, bright and sunny terraces, romantic gardens, a rooster crows and geese cackle outside the farm buildings, the chapel of St. Sebastian stands in the middle of an organically run vineyard. A small paradise, casual, long breakfasts, country lifestyle, refreshment in the pool, wine enjoyment and regal accommodations in the 8 charming guest rooms of Schloss Englar.
39057 St. Michael - Eppan (BZ)