Caldaro Apartment

  • Location: Town / Village
    Restaurants and shops: In walking distance
    Lake Caldaro: 4km (5 mins by car)
    Bolzano and Merano: 20-35km (25-35 mins by car)
    Merano 2000 for skiing or hiking: 40km (45 mins by car)
  • Verona Airport (VRN): 143km (1h 30 mins by car)
    Venice Airport (VCE): 218km (2hs 30 mins by car)
    Car recommended
    Free parking
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An introduction to Caldaro Apartment

How would you describe Caldaro Apartment in a nutshell?

Caldaro Apartment is a 3-bedroom 3-bathroom holiday apartment housed in a renovated 17th-century building right in the historic and picturesque centre of Caldaro. It’s a space designed to bring people together, make them share moments around the kitchen table and experience the area like a local. 

What is the story behind Caldaro Apartment, what was your inspiration to create 

When we decided to move from London to South Tyrol, where Daniel grew up, we fell in love with the building which is from the early 17th century and later used to belong to Daniel’s grandmother.

Daniel's parents had taken care of the building over the years and meticulously renovated it while preserving its originality. Because of our own love for traveling and discovering authentic places, as well as Myrtianna's passion for creating unique experiences, we decided to completely renovate the interior and open the house to guests, so they too could witness what we saw.

The apartment is a journey through past, present, and future. Its 400-years-old walls have witnessed unique life stories: friendships, cosy family dinners, love stories and many more meaningful shared moments. Moments that shape us, that stay in our memories and follow us forever. 

We want our guests to experience this precious sense of sharing, feel at home, build their own memories with their loved ones, and leave, in this way, their own little mark. 

How would you describe the atmosphere and the interior design of the apartment?

Since it is a historic building under protection, architectonic interventions have been kept to the minimum and in perfect harmony with the building’s original form.

Custom wooden furniture made by local craftsmen has been mixed with carefully selected design items, some designed by Daniel's studio, others by other respected designers. 
Natural materials, raw finishes and neutral hues create the perfect backdrop for a soothing and relaxing stay.

To you personally, what is so special about the apartment?

The way old and new coexist. You breathe history while still living in the present. It’s about bringing a bit of the region’s culture and craftsmanship into your everyday life by blending South Tyrolian elements, Italian architecture and contemporary design. 

Living area
Dining area and Kitchen
Living area
Living area
Living area
Dining area
Dining area
Kitchen and dining table
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Bedroom 3

Caldaro Apartment rooms & rates

The apartment can accommodate from 2 to 6 people. It offers three double bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dining area, a living room and a fully equipped kitchen.

As you enter the building from Caldaro’s main square, you go through the old wooden door up the preserved stairs, made from sandstone. The staircase is encased by glass walls to preserve the original structure and to offer unlimited views over the interior's vaults.

Entering the apartment, you find yourself in the former ‘loggia’ with the kitchen and dining area on your left and a lounge area on your right. Next to the kitchen area, there is a bedroom, which used to be the house’s ‘Stube’, on one side and a large bathroom with a shower on the other side. Next to the lounge area, you can find two more bedrooms, each with a door to its own bathroom with a shower.

  • Caldaro Apartment for 2-6 people / 150 m²
    445 / night
    • 3 Double bedrooms
    • 3 Shower rooms
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Baby cot (on req.)
Included in the rates
Rates include bed linen, towels, toiletries, WiFi, and one underground parking space. Additional parking spaces according to availability. We kindly ask our guests to let us know in advance so we can try to accommodate their request.
Optional extras
Weekly cleaning and change of linen can be provided upon request and at no extra cost for stays of 8 nights or more. If you have any special requests, please speak to us and we will try to accommodate them. Children welcome (baby crib upon request)
Extra charges
A local tourist tax of EUR 1.35 per person (14+ years) per night is payable on arrival.
Children & Extra beds
Children of all ages are welcome. A baby crib and baby highchair are available upon request. Children up to 2 years stay free.
Minimum stay
3 nights
Check in time
after 15:00
Check out time
before 11:00
Discounts/Special offers
10% off for bookings of more than 7 nights

Facilities & services

  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • TV
  • Central heating
  • Safe box
  • Hair dryer

, TV in each room, 
Central heating, Safe box, 
Hair dryer, Garment steamer, Kettle, 
Espresso machine, Hob, 
Bluetooth speaker / DAB+ radio, 
Silent ventilators (no air condition to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and respect the 
original architecture)
, 1 Garage parking spot 100m from the property (more parking available on request and 
according to availability)

Things to do in South Tyrol & Caldaro

  • Art / Culture
  • Shopping / Markets
  • Wine tastings
  • Golf
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Horseback riding

There is plenty of stuff to do around Caldaro and wine tasting is definitely one of them as there are plenty of wineries to be explored and local wine varieties to be tasted.

Also, there are several cycling and hiking routes as well as nearby lakes. The closest, Lake Caldaro, is approximately 4.5 km away. Walking there is a beautiful and picturesque hike through the vineyards. In summer, Caldaro lake turns into a hot spot for water sports lovers.

The Mendola Cablecar (a 15 min walk away) brings you up to an altitude of 1400m in a matter of minutes, while other mountaineering or skiing options are never too far away. 
Even if Caldaro is not situated right on the slopes, Pampeago / Obereggen, Val Gardena or Alpe di Siusi ski resorts are only a 45 min drive away. Our personal favourite is night sledding at Latemar Ski Centre in Obereggen.

Art lovers can also visit the Museion or the Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare in Bolzano or drive for ca. 50min to the Museum of Modern Art 'Mart' in Rovereto.

Our 3 highlights are: Manincor Wine Estate, a biodynamic winery, is one of our favourites in the area, because of both, its wines and architecture. The underground tasting room's terrace with unspoilt views over the lake alone is well worth a visit.

Intimate and upscale restaurant ‘In viaggio’ in Bolzano with its 5 dining tables is a superb alternative to South Tyrol's more traditional food options.

Last but not least, the morning or evening walks around Caldaro and its vineyards. It is our favourite way to unplug.

The location of Caldaro Apartment

The apartment is located in a pedestrian area on Caldaro’s main square. This is where locals get together for special celebrations, where they buy their groceries or sip their morning coffee. It’s surrounded by cobbled streets, typical South Tyrolean architecture and the old church with its impressive 72-meter-high Gothic steeple among others. Being right in the heart of the village, makes you feel part of the local life and at times like you have travelled back in time.

A grocery shop selling fresh fruits and vegetables, one of South Tyrol’s best ice cream shops as well as several bars and restaurants are literally on your doorstep. The closest minimarket is a minute away (50m) while a bigger supermarket is 4 min away on foot (400m). Other restaurants, a bit more sophisticated, are also just a short drive away. 

In terms of distances, everything is so close by: Closest bus stop: 100m
 Lake Caldaro: 4.5km (1 hour on foot, 5 min by car/public transport)
 Lake Monticolo: 13km (20 min by car) 
Bolzano: 20km (25 min by car/public transport) 
Merano: 37km (35 min by car) 
Cable cars with connections to ‘Merano 2000’ & Alpe Di Siusi ski slopes (Dolomites): 
40km (45 min by car) 
Lake Carezza: 43km (55 min by car) 
Trento: 51km (45 min by car) 
Val Gardena (Dolomites): 53km (1 hr by car) 
Val di Funes (Dolomites): 60km (1 hr by car) 
Lake Garda: 100km (1 hr 15 min by car) 
Verona Airport: 143km (1 hr 30 min by car) 
Venice Marco Polo Airport: 218km (2 hr 30 min by car)
 Milan Linate Airport: 260km (2 hr 50 min by car) 
Milan Malpensa Airport: 312km (3 hr 30 min by car)

When is the best time to visit South Tyrol?

Honestly, Caldaro and its surroundings continuously change through the seasons and this is what we love the most. Autumn walks are so picturesque with trees and vineyards turning orange or yellow. Winter is when everyone heads to the slopes. Everything becomes a bit more Christmassy and the village's large Christmas tree is set just outside your window. Spring is ideal for cycling through the apple orchards in bloom or eating local asparagus. During summer everything turns lush and green and there is no better time for hikes at higher altitudes.