Ottmanngut is a charming small boutique hotel that lies nestled in an enchanting Mediterranean garden with beautiful views of the Alpine mountain tops.
How would you describe Gasthof Zum Riesen in a nutshell?
The historic Gasthof Zum Riesen which is a bit off the beaten track is a house steeped in history. What is unique is that it was once a pilgrimage site and has now been restored and expanded with great love and care.
What’s the story behind Zum Riesen?
The guesthouse has been run by the same family for generations, always with a strong female figure in the house. Ms. Alexandra dell’Agnolo has taken on the wonderful task of running the house. And her sister Sylvia, who is an award-winning architect with a lot of experience in the renovation of listed houses, restored the guesthouse with a lot of love.
How would you describe the atmosphere and the interior design?
Our guests are always impressed by the tranquility that reigns inside and outside, the architecture, the combination of the new and old, and the breakfast which is served at the table.
To you personally, what is so special about Zum Riesen?
It's always a little difficult for me to praise the guesthouse. That is why I would like to express it in the words of our guests, who often say that they calm down as soon as they enter. It seems to have a soothing and relaxing effect on them. They slow down.
Is Zum Riesen best suited for couples, families, groups? What’s your policy on kids?
The guesthouse is generally suitable for people who are seeking peace and quiet. We mainly have guests traveling alone and couples, including young couples. Families are welcome, but there are only a very few and we do not offer any extra services for families.