Gently embedded between modern wood panelling, glass and béton brut, the Mansion zum Löwen in the village of Burgusio in the Upper Venosta Valley opens a window into an 800-year-old past. Each of the nine unique suites in the landmarked building complex tells mystic stories of life and laughter in a Gothic farmhouse, of chatting and cheating in the Chur prince-bishops’ merchant house, and of flings and fights in the former barn.
Ansitz Zum Löwen
in the small village of Burgusio in Val Venosta
from Gothic & Renaissance to Modernity
centuries ago, family-owned since 1871
a symbiosis of historic structure and modern architecture
Following a classy bath in an old smokehouse
guests may enjoy the pleasures of life in the neighbouring village café or the multiple-prize-winning gourmet restaurant
which make the Mansion zum Löwen the vibrant centre of village life to date.
Avant-garde: a well-made fusion of then and now.
»Architektur in Südtirol ist immer ein Dalassen, Weglassen und Zulassen.«