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In the small village of Lasa, in Val Venosta, known for the extraction of the famous Laas marble, the Garni Schwarzer Adler is a popular place for inexpensive holidays. Guests are welcomed by the Verdroß family and received in the time-honored house – its friendly atmosphere helps to feel immediately at home.
Several simply furnished rooms are perfect for restful nights. The bright rooms are equipped with all the necessities and mindfully maintained. Enjoy the charm of the old house and the refreshing coolness of the thick walls in the hot summer months.
The Val Venosta is ideal for an active holiday. Whether by bike or on foot, the area around Laas is lined with hiking trails, mountain tours and well-marked bicycle paths. Enjoy your holidays in the fresh air and being spoiled by the evening meals. Welcome to the Gasthof Schwarzer Adler in Laas.
The Garni Schwarzer Adler is located in the center of Lasa in Val Venosta, offering authentic cuisine and family atmosphere.
The simply furnished rooms at the Gasthof Schwarzer Adler are well maintained and offer enough space for privacy and to recover. With wood furniture, the rooms are very homey, and guests can enjoy and relax here. Reservations are accepted by telephone and e-mails will be answered within 24 hours!
In the city centre!
Tasty dishes made from fresh ingredients delight guests of Schwarzer Adler in Laas. Lovingly prepared and exquisitely presented, delicious meals are served to guests. Delicious entrees and heavenly desserts with seasonal products will convince the connoisseur's palate. Excellent wines from the well-stocked wine cellar will accompany your meals.
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