In the idyllic village of Gudon above the Isarco Valley, between the church spire on one side and the medieval witch tower of Sommo Castle on the other, lies the Turmwirt Restaurant. Settled back in one of the many comfortable parlours—such as the ‘cup-bearer’s parlour’ with its original 1678 tiled stove—or facing a mountain panorama on the terrace, gleeful guests and summer vacationists indulge in self-made culinary treats or selected local wines.
in the picturesque village of Gudon above Valle Isarco
a 1678 court scribe’s house
authentic pleasures meet South Tyrolean tradition
1878 (fifth generation)
braised veal cheeks, oven-fresh grain bread
It is a place of encounter that has been home to peace and harmony for many generations.
Oven-fresh grain bread and other traditional recipes prepared with ingredients from local farmers …
offer all tired and hungry travellers the opportunity to treat themselves to a special break.
A nicely laid table. A good meal. Honest hospitality. And time.
»Shared time is something our guests value especially when they sit and eat. This is why I’m convinced that pubs are the future.«
»Braised veal cheeks, strong women, and other customs in lovely Gudon.«