The farm Zimmererhof in the Isarco ValleyFarm holidays near Bressanone – South Tyrol
Would you like to discover one of the most charming landscapes of South Tyrol and spend your family vacation on a farm – far away from mass tourism? Be our guest and enjoy the wonderful holiday region around Bressanone and the local mountain Plose. From the farm Zimmererhof, you have easy access to all the natural beauties and sights of the Isarco Valley. Our four spacious holiday apartments are located in a sunny altitude, surrounded by striking mountains and with a view of the Eores Odle. Whether you come for hiking, mountain biking, Törggelen or skiing – during your farm holiday here with us in Bressanone you will make unforgettable memories at any time of the year.
Everything is ready for your family vacation at the farm
Families with children are always welcome at the farm Zimmererhof in the Isarco Valley. While your children may play and romp freely in the open nature and discover our farm, you can make yourself comfortable on our large lawn. Relax, let your mind wander, and look forward to the barbecue evening on the farm. For a family vacation on the farm with the highest level of comfort, we are happy to offer you a laundry service. In order to get to know South Tyrol from its most beautiful side as soon as you arrive in Bressanone, we will be happy to pick you up from the bus stop in Plancios and take you back there on the day of departure. During your farm holiday in Bressanone, you will also enjoy all the advantages of the BrixenCard that is included in the room rate.
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Carefree farm holidays for children
Young guests will have a particularly good time here with us. There are cots, baby seats, toys, painting as well as handicraft utensils available for them during a family holiday on the farm. Many small and large adventures await you around the house, in the stable with the animals or at the nature playground, where you’ll find a swing, a slide, a sandbox, a seesaw, and a pedal tractor. Of course, your kids can watch us farmers feed the cattle and pigs or even give us a hand. This way, they will soon make friends with the farm animals. You will not believe how much fun your children will have while gathering eggs in the chicken coop followed by hay hopping!
Fresh from the farm: delicious breakfast baskets & farm products
After the South Tyrolean sun has woken you up, a hearty breakfast with our delicious home-made farm products is a natural choice. We will be happy to put together a breakfast basket for you and organize a fresh bread delivery service. The basket contains, for example, eggs from happy chickens, homemade juices, elderberry syrup, aromatic raspberry, blackberry and currant jams from our sun-ripened berries, homemade pastries, and spicy bacon (“Speck”). Furthermore, our breakfast basket is filled with fresh bread rolls from the local baker, farm cheese, South Tyrolean butter, yoghurt and milk, fresh fruit, honey from the local beekeeper, muesli, coffee, and tea. You should definitely try our seasonal vegetables from the farm garden and our aromatic herbs. Of course, you can also take the taste of the Isarco Valley home with you. Our product corner has plenty to offer – aromatic raspberry, blackberry and currant fruit spread, elderflower, lemon balm and currant syrup, free range eggs from happy chickens, spicy bacon, and seasonal vegetables from our farm garden.
Your hostess at the farm Zimmererhof
Allow me to introduce myself: I am Katharina Bacher, your hostess on the farm Zimmererhof in Bressanone. Your well-being is particularly important to me, which is why you may talk to me about your wishes and needs at any time during your most beautiful time of the year. I passionately believe in the South Tyrolean hospitality out of tradition and responsibility. I also take loving care of the animals that live here at the farm – cattle, pigs, and chickens. I cultivate the fields with great ambition, tend to the magnificent flowers and the garden. I look forward to meeting you soon in the Isarco Valley on Mount Plose.