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Albergo Eggerhof

Marling Marlengo, Jochweg 4 Vicolo Joch
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Albergo Eggerhof

Marling Marlengo, Jochweg 4 Vicolo Joch

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Informationen zu Albergo Eggerhof

The historic Eggerhof (1267 m) is a really cosy mountain inn, a place of hospitality and enjoyment – with all senses. On the panoramic terrace your gaze wanders far across the magnificent landscape of South Tyrol: the Adige Valley, the Texel Group and the Hirzer region.

And when you have made yourself comfortable on the sun-drenched veranda or in the rustic "Schnauzerstube", which South Tyrol's most famous cartoonist Peppi Tischler has designed with great attention to detail, you immediately feel it: it's a good place to arrive!

The Eggerhof has a long tradition as a popular stopover for hikers, bikers, nature lovers, families and connoisseurs. Here you can linger over a good glass of wine, coffee and homemade cake and enjoy the creations of the ambitious, down-to-earth cuisine.

The award "Real Quality in the Mountains" received by the IDM South Tyrol confirms the Eggerhof's passion for high-quality and authentic gastronomy!

At the hub of numerous hiking and mountain bike trails, the inn is also easily accessible by car. The asphalt road branches off the main road at Tell, near the station of the famous Ferrovia Val Venosta. Drive towards the "Quadrat" and keep left until you reach the large parking lot after about 20 minutes, a one minute walk from the inn.

The Eggerhof is a great place for family or company celebrations, with special menus created according to your wishes. All important information about the Eggerhof and current events can be found on the Facebook page of the inn: Eggerhof by Emi & Fabi.

Emilia and Fabian are looking forward to your visit!

Further information

  • Regional cuisine
  • Italian cuisine
  • Garden
  • Playground
  • Hiking
  • Livestock farm
  • Vegetarian cuisine
  • Motorbikes welcome
  • Sales of home-made products
  • Cyclists
  • Groups accepted
  • Families
  • Bankomat/Maestro
  • Quietly situated
  • Dogs allowed
  • Lounge

Located near the San Vigilio Pass, the rustic Eggerhof Restaurant, open from mid-March, offers its guests delicious food in traditional surroundings.

Kitchen and cellar - Man is what he eats (and drinks)

That is quality too: the innkeepers of the Eggerhof love what they do. And they do it holistically. On the farm, highland cattle, sheep and pigs are raised as species-appropriate as possible. And what the farm does not provide is sourced from neighbours or from farmers in the immediate vicinity who work according to the principles of sustainable and organic farming.

The Eggerhof deliberately keeps the menu small and is consistently oriented towards the seasonal treasures of gardens, fields and forests.

Surrounded by wood!

Freshness and quality guaranteed

In autumn and winter you can enjoy hearty farmer's food, such as barley soup or homemade sauerkraut and smoked sausages. In spring and summer, on the other hand, some lighter Mediterranean dishes are served, such as homemade cream cheese with salads, carpaccio or yoghurt with fresh berries. The classics, such as the "Schnauzermarende" with farmhouse delicacies, as well as exquisite South Tyrolean sausage and cheese specialities and the much sought-after favourites, the dumplings in all imaginable variations, are of course in high season all year round!

On the wine list you will find wines that the innkeepers themselves are enthusiastic about and convinced of. The emphasis is on wines from South Tyrol, many come directly from the producers. Here, too, preference is given to winegrowers who work according to organic and biodynamic cultivation methods.

Soft drinks from global players in the beverage industry are not on the table – homemade syrups and juices are much more popular!

Don't forget to leave room for one of our home-made desserts.